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CTV 76 News Interviews Education Board Candidates in October

Prince George's County cable television (CTV 76 News) plans to feature candidates for the upcoming school board elections from October 9th to November 3rd. These individual candidate spotlight interviews will give the voters more insight into each candidate's platform and vision for the upcoming school board.

The one or two minute segments will be part of the live CTV 76 news (Channel 76) broadcast at 4:40 pm and will re-air at 5:30, 8:30, and 11:30 pm. Following are the air dates for each candidate interviews:

MONDAY OCTOBER 9
Donna Hathaway-Beck (At-large)

TUESDAY OCTOBER 10
Ron Watson (At-large)

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11
Jeana Jacobs (At-large)

THURSDAY OCTOBER 12
Howard Stone (At-large)

FRIDAY OCTOBER 13
Nate Thomas (At-large)

MONDAY OCTOBER 16-Columbus Day no show

TUESDAY OCTOBER 17
Ken Johnson (At-large)

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18
Alicia Darensbourg (At-large)

THURSDAY OCTOBER 19
Rosalind Johnson (District 1)

FRIDAY OCTOBER 20
Robin Barnes-Shell (District 1)

MONDAY OCTOBER 23
Amber Waller (District 2)

TUESDAY OCTOBER 24
Heather Iliff (District 2)

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25
Pat Fletcher (District 3)

THURSDAY OCTOBER 26
Regina Williams (District 3)

FRIDAY OCTOBER 27
Judy Mickens Murray (District 3)

MONDAY OCTOBER 30
Steven Morris (District 4)

TUESDAY OCTOBER 31
Linda Thomas (District 4)

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1
Owen Johnson (District 5)

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2
Katie Costello (District 5)

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3
At-Large Candidate (TBA)

ICC Impact on Muirkirk RD & RT 197 Becoming Clearer

Ok. But there are still no plans ("proposed transportation projects") for how to handle predictably much higher traffic volumes and speeds eastbound and westbound along Muirkirk Rd and Rt. 197 between the east end of the ICC and the Baltimore-Washington Parkway.Proposed Route Said Crucial to Success of Konterra 'Mini-City' Project
Washington Post article, Sep 26, 2006 A01 http://tinyurl.com/nk9o3

New Emergency Warning System Coming to Laurel

Laurel City Press Release - Sep 25, 2006

Mayor Craig A. Moe is pleased to inform the residents of Laurel that the City has entered into a contract with Code RED to purchase a state of the art Emergency Warning System.

The Code RED Emergency Notification System is an extremely fast communication service available for mass Emergency Notifications. Code RED employs a one-of-a-kind Internet mapping capability for geographic targeting of calls, coupled with a high speed telephone calling system capable of delivering customized pre-recorded emergency messages directly to homes and businesses, live individuals and answering machines, at the rate of up to 60,000 calls per hour.

Mayor Craig Moe envisions using Code Red to notify residents and businesses during natural and man-made disasters, as well as warn residents and businesses in Laurel as to when flooding is possible.

Mayor Craig Moe is pleased that this new technology is now available to help keep the residents and businesses of Laurel informed and encourages everyone interested to visit www.coderedweb.com and check out their capabilities. If you have any questions, please call Emergency Operations Director, Marty Flemion, at 301-725-5300 ext. 203.

Town Center Face Lift - Update















Photo Sep 25, 2006

See July 30 article

Road Closed Under Main St. Railroad Bridge Sep 13

MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF LAUREL
Information Technology and Community Services Public Information Office

8103 Sandy Spring Road ·Laurel, Maryland 20707 (301) 725-5300 ext. 244
http://www.laurel.md.us · E- Mail - jcollins@laurel.md.us Fax (301) 490-5068

OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE

Date of Release: September 11, 2006

For Additional Information Contact: Jim Collins

Road Closure

Mayor Craig A. Moe is advising the public that WSSC is scheduled to repair an underground water leak on Main Street and Lafayette Avenue, located under the railroad bridge, on Wednesday, September 13, 2006, weather permitting.

The road will be closed to ALL traffic, vehicular and pedestrian, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. that day.
The residents and businesses on Lafayette Avenue will be informed of this work.

If you have any questions, please contact Joseph Ajayi, the Public Works Inspector, at 301-725-0088 ext. 208