Legislation introduced to ban slots in PGCo, Kindles/IPad compatible with your local library, Fire Commissions being stripped of power,Â MarylandÂ DHCD move heavily questioned
Councilman E. Olson (D-College Park) introduced legislation to ban slots in the County.Â Citing high foreclosure rates and an unstable economic environment, Olson said that slots “are not a good fit” for Prince George’s County.Â I have to agree.Â Thinking of Atlantic City, Las Vegas, Charleston, WV, I don’t see where the economies or school districts of these cities have improved as a result of having gambling establishments.
Libraries have come a long way, especially in PGCo.Â Now you can choose from more than 6,800 titles available for your Kindle device or download compatible device.Â At the end of your loan, the title simply expires from your device.
PGCo and Montgomery County are both making legislative moves to strip fire commissions of their powers of oversight andÂ budget.
BG&E being blasted after their response to Hurricane Irene while Pepco being praised.Â Oh how the tables have turned.Â You have to hand it to Pepco’s damage control staff.Â They really worked hard to regain the public’s trust.
- BG&E, whatcha gonna do?
Seems that a LOT of people are against the Department of Housing and Community Development’s move from Anne Arundel County to Prince George’s County.Â This article is all over the place in reasons for not moving or spending money to move; one salient point is that a majority of employees live in Anne Arundel County but being one who lives in PGCo and works in DC, I’m just not that moved.Â If you don’t want to move, there are PGCo residents who will gladly take your job.