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Thursday, September 09, 2010

Recent Prince George's County News (9 Sep 2010)

Public Safety
2010 Election
Other Politics
  • rt @TBDNewsTalk PG Exec Johnson defends payments to Dimensions that Tom Dernoga calls end-run "and possibly illegal." http://tbd.ly/ceSAbL 
  • PG Taxers: PG county elected officials and candidates who support alcohol tax increase http://bit.ly/9TGjli Source: http://bit.ly/aiFi3o 
  • Carroll Standard: As Stadiums Vanish, Their Debt Lives On http://bit.ly/9uxxWU 
  • Gazette: Alcohol tax hike gaining support; More than 140 candidates pledge to back increase http://bit.ly/cDyX9z 
  • Gazette: Bladensburg bridge named for late state senator; Britt was champion of railroad project, lawmakers say 
  • PG-Politics Re: County Wastes More $$ on PR Stunt: I've said it before, and I'll say it again - follow the money... http://yhoo.it/c8sA30.
  • Gazette: Springdale parents upset with Ardmore Elementary layoffs http://bit.ly/bjvZiL 
  • Gazette: PG to open first online classroom; Program allows high school juniors & seniors to work toward their diplomas http://bit.ly/cQYQCL
  • Gazette: UM could double cost to city for resident shuttle service; College Park seeks fee reduction for non-students http://bit.ly/aqkurl
  • CollegeParkPatch: Town-Gown Relations? What About Gown-Gun? Did police actually mend relations with univ with fun day? http://bit.ly/c7fyPT.
  • Gazette: Landover conference to aid homeowner associations http://bit.ly/9I7C7s 
  • rt @GreenbeltPatch Check out the latest story on call boxes to be installed in town: http://tiny.cc/zg1xx
  • Gazette: University Park hopes to spark interest getting energy program operational; $1.4 million project http://bit.ly/dsoA15
  • Gazette: District Heights starts planning fall streetscape project; County grant money to fund new shrubs, sidewalks http://bit.ly/dxV1Ez 
  • Gazette: Bowie-area residents work out deal to keep trees; BGE tells families to top trees, & they won't cut them down http://bit.ly/ds2d41 
  • Gazette: Prince George's hotels irate over new federal rates; ‘Nobody's happy,' says Beltsville executive http://bit.ly/c4c04E 
  • Gazette: Lake Arbor, Upper Marlboro golf clubs coming back online; Neighbors hopeful for course's future http://bit.ly/9I7C7s 
  • Gazette: Southern Prince George's County residents press for better Metro services; WMATA eyes bus service improvements http://bit.ly/cCEufY
  • Gazette: County fair opens in Upper Marlboro http://bit.ly/cnimqU 
  • Gazette: Greenbelt mini-library staying put until November; Temporary site to stay open while renovations are completed http://bit.ly/cnimqU 
  • Gazette: Seeking improved transportation services (Letter from Maisha Khalfani) http://bit.ly/d3AGVM re Connect-a-Ride buses 
  • Gazette: Senior rehab program to continue; Bowie officials had stopped taking applications for program http://bit.ly/cxaL4y 
  • rt @stevebuttry New @TBD blog post: TBD, NPR to be featured in Sep 16 Georgetown discussion of news startups. http://tbd.ly/d0Mayy 
  • Bowie Living: This Week in the Bowie Blade-News http://bit.ly/cZa3vn 
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