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The Latest News from Senator Rosapepe's Office: October 2021

Missing your vaccine card?

Got the vaccines but don't have your vaccine record card? The state will provide a replacement proof of vaccination online, just visit

Are you still looking for a place to get your vaccine? There are plenty of providers in Beltsville with no wait time, visit to find the closest to you.

New Preschool opens in North College Park!

We’re happy to say the new nonprofit Monarch Preschool/College Park is open for families who live or work in the area. We recruited Monarch to come to our community and got them a $250,000 state grant to help hold down tuition.

Monarch Preschool College Park is a high-quality, project-based learning pre-kindergarten for children ages 3-5. A place where care is not passive—spaces, curriculum, and teachers are all active, engaged, and helping children apply their learning to real-world issues. Learn more about the preschool and how to enroll here: Please let others know who may be interested.

Delegate Mary Lehman, me, Delegate Joseline Peña Melnyk, and Delegate Ben Barnes filed for reelection on September 3rd to represent Beltsville in the 2022 elections.

Energy assistance

The Maryland Office of People's Counsel has created an energy assistance toolkit to help Maryland households facing utility turn-off notices keep their power on. This toolkit includes videos, application forms, resource guides and more. Visit and click on "Energy Assistance Tool Ki.t"

Amid economic recovery, Maryland Retains Triple AAA Bond Rating Last month, all three credit-rating agencies reaffirmed Maryland's AAA bond rating. "We are pleased that as the vaccine rollout allows Maryland to begin recovering from the impact of COVID-19, the rating agencies recognize that the State’s proactive response to the pandemic," said State Treasurer Nancy Kopp. " Maryland’s dynamic economy, highly educated workforce, and above-average wealth and income levels have put us in a strong position as we move forward." To read Maryland Treasurer Nancy Kopp's report on our state's economy and finances, visit

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