Notice of Community Information Meeting: Proposed Wawa to be Located at 9100 Riggs Road

Many of you may have received a letter from the law firm Gibbs and Haller dated June 19, 2020, concerning a proposed Wawa to be Located at 9100 Riggs Road.

The purpose of the meeting is to review the approved plans, answer questions and provide the estimated construction timeline, prior to the commencement of grading associated with the project.  Due to health concerns associated with COVID-19, the meeting will be held virtually.  You may join either by computer or by phone.

Further meeting connection options can be found in the letter (in English, Spanish, and French) linked to in this post.

 

 

 

 

21st District Cool Spring Terrace Town Hall, Sat May 16, 11 AM

Please join your Cool Spring Terrace Civic Association in a neighborhood Town Hall with the 21st District Delegation, via Zoom on Saturday May 16, at 11 AM.

We have a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Cool Springs and 21st District Delegation Town Hall

Time: May 16, 2020 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 625 151 8337

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Face Masks for Sale!

The sincere wishes of your Cool Spring Terrace Civic Association leadership is that you are sheltering in place, if possible, and using social distancing practices and face masks or coverings should you need to venture from home.

One of our neighbors, Brenda Marroquin, is making face masks and offering them to the community for sale.  Please contact Brenda at 301-395-7017 for further information.

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According to immediate Past President Marguerite Mickens-Mosley, “I also purchased one myself. Very well made. Washable and reusable.” She can be seen here modeling her purchase.  And here is a picture of the variety of patterns available.

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Census Day is April 1st!

Census 2020

from the CouncilConnection Newsletter, February 28, 2020

Census Day is April 1st.   The County Council and the County’s Census Team teamed up at the FY 2021 Budget Town Hall meeting on February 25th, to promote a Complete Count in the 2020 Census for Prince George’s County.  Important Census 2020 materials were shared with residents as a reminder that households will receive an invitation to complete the Census online or by phone as early as March 12th.  We want to make sure every Prince Georgian is counted!  Please plan to participate and encourage your friends and neighbors to do the same. It’s easy, safe and important.  For more information, visit www.PGCensus2020.org

District 2 Call to Action: Tick Tock (Hearing Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at 10AM)

UPDATE — Tues February 25 from Jon Robinson, CSTCA representative at the hearing

 

There was a great turnout. The Liquor board decided that with 4 liquor stores within a mile of the Tic Toc [sic] location, we didn’t need a fifth.  (No pun intended, well maybe).
It was a great win for all the surrounding communities.

 

Tick TockCSTCA has been notified by Councilmember Taveras of the upcoming hearing Liquor License Transfer Request:  Siddhartha Maharjan, Owner and Prabjot Batra, Manager; have a Class B+, Beer, Wine and Liquor to be used at RMPB Enterprises, LLC in Gee’s Liquor (3415 52nd Avenue, Cheverly, MD 20781) and to the request a transfer to 1820 University BLVD E, Adelphi, MD 20783 also known as Tick Tock Liquors. The hearing will be held at 9200 Basil Court, Room 410, Largo, Maryland 20774, 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, February 25, 2020.

We are asking all residents for a Call-To-Action to deny this alcoholic beverage license.  This business will bring an increase in police calls, loitering and traffic, and a feared resurrected venue that would portend a reversal of positive trends taking place in the neighborhood.  Therefore, we are encouraging all residents to sign a petition.  Also, come out to the public hearing because, this would affect your community.

If any residents are in need of transportation please contact Councilwoman Taveras’ office at (301) 952-4436 no later than Mon February 24, 2020.  They will have (2) locations pick-ups at Rollingcrest Community Center and Langley Park Community Center, btween 8:45 nd 9 AM.

Upcoming M-NCPPC Community Planning Events

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Northern Gateway SPACEs Sidewalk and Streetscape Improvements Plan Community Meeting 

Langley Park Community Center

1500 Merrimac Drive, Langley Park, MD 20783

Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

For more info: Flyer

Monday, January 30, 2020

Preliminary Northern Gateway Wayfinding Systems and Signage Plan Community Meeting

Langley Park Community Center

1500 Merrimac Drive, Langley Park, MD 20783

Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

For more info: Website, Flyer

Purple Line Transit Partners: Meet the Concessionaires

Purple Line Transit Partners (PLTP) will host two open house events to introduce the concessionaire team to local communities. The public is encouraged to attend, meet the team, and learn about the publicprivate partnership (P3) that will make the Purple Line a reality. At the events, the project team will be on-hand and attendees can view the design of the Purple Line and its twenty-one stations.

Prince George’s County Meeting
Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017, 6:30pm-8:30pm
College Park Community Center
5051 Pierce Avenue, College Park, MD 20740

Montgomery County Meeting
Wednesday, May 24th, 2017, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Montgomery Blair High School
51 University Blvd E., Silver Spring, MD 20901

For more information visit PurpleLineTransitPartners.com

View the event flyer here.

Project to restore erosion damage along the Northwest Branch hiker-biker trail

By Andrea Kenner

Here are some photos I took this morning of the work that has already been done to restore the section of the Northwest Branch Trail near the power lines that cross Cool Spring Road.

They laid the big rocks along the curve of the creek and built up the bank beside the part of the trail that had eroded away. It looks like the next step will be to roll out some new asphalt and repave the missing parts of the trail.