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December 2015
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December E-News

 

 

In this Issue
1st Annual 25th District Holiday Party & Toy Drive
2016 Legislative Session
$390 Million Securing for FBI Relocation
Police Chief McGaw Retiring
Upcoming Events
New Year’s Day Office Closings
Helpful Links
Office Staff
Phylicia Henry
Chief of Staff
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December 2015


Friends,

I can’t believe it’s been a year already!  We’ve accomplished a lot, but still have much to do.  For now,  I encourage you to reflect on this season of giving, family, and peace.

From my family and staff, I wish you a joyous holiday season and prosperous New Year.  I look forward to serving in 2016.

Yours in service,

Delegate Darryl Barnes, D25

On behalf of the District 25 Team, thank you for supporting the 1st Annual District 25 Holiday Party & Toy Drive for the University of Maryland Children’s Hospital

December 9 – December 11 2015

When I decided to run for office, I knew there would always be core issues that I would also fight for – education, economic opportunities for small business and criminal justice reform.  During the 2016 Legislative Session, I will be introducing at least three pieces of legislation in the following areas:

  • Felony Expungment of Non-Violent Convictions – The State is beginning to acknowledge the impact felony convictions has on quality of life.  Marylanders who demonstrate a commitment to stay crime free, for an extended period of time, should have a pathway to felony expungement.
  • Prohibiting Human Trafficking in the Bodyworks Industry – Local governments throughout the State of Maryland are doing a great job of combating human trafficking in our communities.  As body works establishments do not fall under the State definition of a massage parlor, yet provide similar services, they are able to circumvent required licensing and regulation.
  • PG 412-16 – Property Tax Deferrals for the Elderly & Disabled – Sponsored in partnership with Senator Ulysses Currie, 412-16 was drafted to provide financial relief to seniors and the disabled through a property tax deferral program.

$390 Million Secured for FBI Headquarters in Prince George’s County

 

Everyone knows it – Prince George’s County has the most attractive sites to relocate the FBI in our region.  And this past week, Maryland’s Congressional Delegation announced millions in funding to secure the down payment needed to bring our vision to a reality.

To WATCH the press conference of our Congressional Leaders providing an update on the project, please click the video below.


Prince George’s County Police Chief, Mark MaGaw set to RetirePolice Chief Mark MaGaw has served us well.  Before becoming the Police Chief in 2010, he served three decades in the Prince George’s County Police Department.  Chief MaGaw will be moving on to serve as the head of Public Safety in the County.  Serving in the interim will be, Deputy Police Chief, Henry Stawinski.To read the full article on Police Chief’s MaGaw announcement of his retirement, please click HERE.

Prince George’s County Announces New Year’s Day Office Closing

 

Happy New Year’s!  The Prince George’s County Department of the Environment has released New Year’s Day office Closing, please see below and share with your neighbors!

Animal Services Facility

(3750 Brown Station Road)

Brown Station Road Sanitary Landfill

Brown Station Road Public Convenience Center

Electronics Recycling Acceptance Site

(Located at the Brown Station Road Sanitary Landfill)

Household Hazardous Waste Acceptance Site

(Located at the Brown Station Road Sanitary Landfill)

Missouri Avenue Solid Waste Acceptance and Recycling Center

Prince George’s County Yard Waste Composting Facility

Bulky Trash Collection

(By appointment only)

Trash Collection in County-Contracted Areas
Curbside Recycling Collection

Holiday Reception Honoring State Delegate Darryl Barnes
Lake Presidential Gold Club
December 10, 2015

Upcoming Events 

Forestville Military Academy / High School Proposed Consolidation/Closure

On December 16, 2015, the Prince George’s County School System held a open forum to discuss the Boundaries and Buildings platform related to the Master Plan Support Project (MPSP) Presentation and MPSP Report Recommendations in addition to the “Process and Timeline of Boundary Studies & Implementation Guidelines”.  Forestville Military Academy / Forestville High School was captured as a possible campus to be consolidated/closed 

On January 12, 2015 at 6:30 PM, school/community meeting will be held at Forestville Military Academy/High School located at 7001-Beltz Drive, Forestville, Maryland to provide an opportunity for faculty, alumni, students and parents to voice their concerns and discuss the findings of the MPSP.

Please make your calendars and plan to attend.

 

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