• SUPPORTERS
  • Alicia Adams
  • Montez Anderson
  • Howard Burnett
  • Raymond Butler
  • Dr. Valerie Callender
  • Kelly Epps-Anderson
  • Dr. Anu Esuola
  • Gordon Everett, Sr.
  • Ronald Harris
  • Council Woman Tonya Harrison
  • Jackie Hicks
  • Adrion Howell
  • Vicki Irvin
  • Walter Kirkland
  • The Honorable Gloria Lawlah
  • Rob Malone
  • Marcia Milton
  • Gordonb Sampson
  • Vicky Stanley
  • Carolyn Washington
  • Debora Whitehurst-Brown
  • A. Williams
  • Hallie Williams
  • Rev. Thea Wilson
  • Ateya Ball Lacey
  • Veronica Turner
  • McKinley Hayes
  • Maggie Holmes
  • Robert Johnson
  • Ola Hill
  • Leslie Graves
  • Daniel Bradley
  • Mayor Emeritus Vivian Dodson
  • Cereta Lee

QUALITY OF LIFE; STRENGTHENING OUR NEIGHBORHOODS

 

While excellent schools and safe neighborhoods are the bedrock of a quality life, there is more we can do to strengthen our community.  This means ensuring our neighborhoods have the level of county services they deserve to properly enforce rules governing property standards, keeping the county free of waste and litter and making sure that the people know how to get in touch with the County Executive’s Office and will get results when an issue requires attention.

 

The calling card for our community is how it appears.  Litter on our roadways and in our neighborhoods, medians with overgrown grass and weeds and mattresses at the curb waiting days for a pick up gives the impression that we accept a lesser standard in Prince George’s County.  We can and must do better to ensure that our neighborhoods and our communities are kept to the high standards that truly reflects who we are.