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  • Karen Coakley

News You Can Use July 2024




Fire and Ambulance response times are at risk! Fire Chief cutting staffing at several Fire Stations! Beltsville! Calverton! Vansville! Laurel! College Park! Greenbelt! Berwyn Heights! Residents! Business Owners@ Employees! Your Lives! Homes and Businesses are at Risk! Seconds matter for a medical emergency! Seconds Matter with a Fire! Tell Friends and Neighbors to call and email! We Need to Stand Up! We Need to Stand Up Together! We Need to be Seen and Heard Together! Our Communities Matter! Our Businesses Matter! Our Homes Matter and Our LIVES MATTER! Keep PGFD Career Firefighters and EMT at Beltsville Volunteer Fire Station 31! We Need to Keep BVFD 31 FULLY STAFFED 24/7. We Need to KEEP Career Firefighters and EMT (Ambulance) at Greenbelt and Berwyn Heights Stations Too! Beginning July 1st Fire Chief Green is pulling County Fire and EMT from stations along the Route 1 and Maryland 201 corridor. Bunker Hill and Berwyn Heights are losing All of their County Fire and EMT. Greenbelt will only have EMT (Ambulance) 11 am - 11 pm. Moving forward there will be 3 Fully Staffed stations from College Park to Laurel. College Park, Beltsville and Calverton. Please Call and write

 

County Executive Angela Alsobrooks

301-952-4131

 

 Council Chairperson Jolene Ivey

301-952-3864

 

Councilmember Tom Dernoga

301-952-3887

 

Councildistrict1@co.pg.md.us At Large Member Calvin Hawkins

301-952-2136

 

Fire Chief Tiffany Green

301-883-5200 

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