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Thursday, April 07, 2011

Recent Prince George's County News (7 Apr 2011, incomplete)

Public Safety
2011 Maryland General Assembly
Government & Politics
  • County:
    • Gazette: New leaders, same questionable deals (Letter from Judy Robinson) http://is.gd/buez6E 
    • laurelleader PG County Health Dept. to monitor Reality Inc.'s operations following concerns over management http://bit.ly/gPKO7i  
    • Gazette: Prince George's council seeks meeting with state leaders to discuss funding shortfall http://is.gd/YURMHG 
    • Gazette: As Prince George's cuts charity funding by 30%, questions soar over distribution process http://is.gd/ewYhMA  
    • gazette_net Some nonprofits’ officials question whether discretionary doling of funds in Prince George’s makes for an unfair... http://fb.me/SaWmaapJ 
  • State:
  • Scandals and Ethics Reform:
    • See Filipino Teacher Scandal under Education, below. 
    • Gazette: Mathis election fraud trial continues Thursday; Former county council candidate could face 3 years in jail ... http://is.gd/R2tt0b
  • Big Brother:
    • LisaDCNN FAA, TSA in a #shutdown: Air traffic control and airport screening continue as-is. Considered essential to life and security. 
    • TSAgov 7 out of 10 Agents surveyed by the #TSA said they would work without pay as long as they got to feel-up passengers. 
  • Gazette: Budget cuts may pose threat to school-readiness progress in Prince George's http://is.gd/0jdaiC  
  • Gazette: Accokeek Acad moves closer to getting money for $19.6M renovation; State comptroller gives project ‘thumbs up' http://is.gd/fSOyd1 
  • Gazette: Battle continues over proposed busing change; County could move to fee-based system, fewer stops or area hubs http://is.gd/QJxQNk 
  • Examiner: MD lawmakers vote to regulate for-profit colleges; prevent students from receiving state aid http://is.gd/wsGaTf (Pinsky spons.) 
  • News_PGCounty High school students at PGCC starting next fall with new health academy http://fb.me/yQTZf9vO 
  • Gazette: University merger proposal raises questions; Impact on other schools, city must be weighed (Editorial) http://is.gd/oMNLDJ  
  • Filipino Teacher Scandal:
Business, Transportation & Development
Local (Municipalities)

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