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Thursday, April 01, 2010

Recent Prince George's County News (1 Apr 2010)

Public Safety
  • Post: Pr. George's officer faces DUI, traffic charges http://bit.ly/aNAkrT
  • Gazette: Family, friends gather to remember slain mother, daughter; Memorial for Loftons killed in Largo home Jan 2009 http://bit.ly/d0RP2V 
  • Gazette: Police pursuit ends in Oxon Hill; 4 dead, others wounded in drive-by attack in DC http://bit.ly/bOHnoI St Barnabas Rd & Larry Av
  • Gazette: Forestville shooting, April 2009, ruled homicide; Victim succumbed to gunshot wound nine months after shooting http://bit.ly/dz9JzW 
  • Gazette: New police community resource center opens at BLVD; designed to improve communication and surrounding security http://bit.ly/cjWdV4 
  • Gazette: Police continue search after woman, child burned in Oxon Hull chemical attack; likely domestic-related http://bit.ly/cckKjw 
  • Gazette: Program has flagged 109 for possible deportation; PG is first in state to take part in Secure Communities plan http://bit.ly/dbn135 
  • Post: Paramedics on job after mistaken call http://bit.ly/cD1SI9 
  • Examiner: US Marshals: It's time for alleged PG drug dealer to return to justice; seek public's help finding fugitive http://bit.ly/cD1SI9
2010 Election
  • rt @ Charles_Lollar (R cand H5) Speaking at The Solomons Island Tea Party Sat Apr 10th 10 - 11 am Solomons Island, MD http://bit.ly/bZDp1n
  • Post: Prince George's County Sheriff Michael Jackson kicks off run for county executive http://bit.ly/a9ilYc 
2010 General Assembly
  • Gazette: Pols hope to make test site for tracking devices; Late bill would force those who violate restraining orders to be monitored - Del. Barnes, D-21, would have government track accused (guilty before trial?) in PG County only http://bit.ly/9In0Ql 
  • rt @CNSmd House votes to eliminate leg. scholarships after nearly hour of debate, 78-55. State, not leg., would distribute $11 million.
  • rt @ABC7News Maryland Senate Bill Aims to Keep Student Victims Safe from their predators: http://clkurl.com/i.cfm/tw721516
  • rt @MDReporter House, Sen disagree on how to adjust rules for taking state aid from counties that cut ed spending http://tinyurl.com/yztu6wj 
  • Gazette: Grapes of wrath; State lawmakers support bill to permit PG county wineries; direct wine ship measure on hold http://bit.ly/dBmD7U 
  • Gazette: Gambling card games @ Rosecroft faces legislative hurdles; Muse, D-26, Miller, D-27, push for gambling @ track http://bit.ly/a2fCZD 
  • Gazette: Pension shift would burden county budget; School officials worry additional programs would need to be cut http://bit.ly/a5niGd
Other Politics
  • Gazette: College Park City Council approves speed cameras http://bit.ly/aDaqdD (Big Brother wins again) 
  • rt @CNSmd Sen. President Mike Miller (D-27): How about my President coming out in favor of offshore drilling? I thought it was April fool's. 
  • Gazette: Council reviews new pay increase proposal; could boost salaries over $100K during next 4 years; never decrease http://bit.ly/cRCTyJ 
  • Gazette: Council reviews pay increase proposal; New package could boost salaries above $100K over next four years http://bit.ly/biqnGL 
  • Gazette: Sharing the pain; Council pay must reflect burden on county employees, residents (Editorial) http://bit.ly/dz9JzW PG Council members the highest paid in the state at $96,400 each 
  • Gazette: Greenbelt Council opposes transit changes; Proposed moves include eliminating R3, restructuring R12, T16, T17 http://bit.ly/9In0Ql 
  • Gazette: College Park, UM at odds over economic study; Council members worry that study could be biased w/o city input http://bit.ly/d0RP2V
  • Gazette: Schools, safety, government top priorities at Envision PG county forum; http://bit.ly/a5niGd 
  • Gazette: Failure to make up snow days ‘is a mistake' (Letter from Elizabeth Wellborn) http://bit.ly/cjWdV4 
  • Gazette: Census opens dozens of assistance centers in Prince George's http://bit.ly/9PyOzD
  • Gazette: Charting safer, defined paths near New Carrollton Metro; MNCPPC gets grant for pedestrian transportation study http://bit.ly/d86mtK
  • rt @postmetro Metro's current financial woes could affect other transit projects like the Purple Line & DC's streetcars http://bit.ly/c7QU9Q 
Recent candidate filings
  • Juanita D. Miller
    • Current: Member, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission
    • Former Delegate, District 25
    • Candidate for County Council, District 9
      • Filing information:
      • Miller, Juanita D.
      • Democratic 
      • Mailing Address P.O. Box 1762, Clinton, MD 20735
      • Public (301) 825-4002
      • Juris. Prince George`s  
      • EMail juanita4502@yahoo.com
      • Status Active 
      • Filed Regular - 03/31/10
  • Wendy A. Cartwright
    • Candidate for relection as Judge of the Orphans` Court
    • Filing information:
      • Cartwright, Wendy A. 
      • Democratic 
      • Mailing Address 10111 M.L. King Jr., Highway, Suite 101, Mitchellville, MD 20720
      • Public (301) 459-8240
      • Juris. Prince George`s  
      • EMail wendy_cartwright@verizon.net
      • Status Active 
      • Filed Regular - 03/31/10

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