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On The Agenda October 2022 by President, Karen M. Coakley

Updated: Nov 3


Exciting news! The end is in sight for Maryland 212/Powder Mill Road. Milling and paving will finally begin October 3rd (weather permitting). The first phase of paving will be between Pine Street and Garrett Avenue. The second phase will be between Route 1 and Rhode Island Avenue. The third phase will be between Rhode Island Avenue and Garrett Avenue. Paving will take place between 11:00 am and 10:00 PM. During this last phase I strongly suggest avoiding Powder Mill Road.

The Citizens Association will be co-hosting a meeting with our elected officials in lieu of our regular monthly meeting. We encourage Beltsville residents to attend two community Town Halls.

1. The Women’s Community Club of Beltsville is hosting a Domestic Violence Town Hall on October 20 at 7:00 pm. The presentation will also cover “Teen Dating” Guest Speaker Jessica L. Garth (she/her/hers) Chief, Special Victims and Family Violence Unit, Legislative and Policy Chair State’s Attorney’s Office for Prince George’s County, Maryland. Look for details in the Women's Community Club of Beltsville article. This will be a Zoom Meeting You can attend virtually of call in.


2. Annapolis Legislative Wrap Up Session for 2022 and Planning 2023. Beltsville, Calverton and Vansville Heights Citizens Association are inviting you to a Zoom meeting with State Senator Jim Rosapepe, Delegates Ben Barnes, Joseline Pena-Melnyk and Mary Lehman will give a summary of the past session. This is also Your opportunity to share your concerns, ideas for the 2023 Legislative session. If you have a specific question or concern that you would like to discuss please email karenmcoakley@gmail.com by October 19th. You can find details in this edition of the Beltsville News.


As always, if you have a community concern, I can be reached at 301-741-7672 or karenmcoakley@gmail.com

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