Send us tips/photos/videos


Council sets priorities for upcoming legislative breakfast

Add Your Heading Text Here

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.

Posted on: October 9, 2015

BY REBECCA BENNETT — The Hyattsville City Council set several city priorities to be presented to a groups of county and state officials and other community leaders at a legislative breakfast on Nov. 4.

  • Structured parking facility
  • PG County Public Schools school infrastructure funding
  • Completing the Trolley Trail to Armentrout Drive
  • County paid sick leave legislation
  • West Hyattsville Metro development
  • Traffic lights on Nicholson Street at Queens Chapel and Ager Roads

To read more about these issues, view the council packet from the Oct. 5 meeting.



The Streetcar Suburbs Spotlight

Local news and events straight to your inbox

Free! Cancel anytime.

Have a tip?

Send us tips/photos/videos

Related Posts

By HEATHER WRIGHT AND KIT SLACK During the June 3 virtual city council meeting, Claire Panak Tombes attempted to read a comment summarizing an article...

By CLAIRE PANAK TOMBES Hyattsville’s fiscal year 2025 budget proposes $27.5 million in revenue and $32.3 million in expenditures and transfers, a $4.9 million excess...

In April, a state compliance board found that the Hyattsville City Council violated the Maryland Open Meetings Act during three recent meetings “by using the...