Local News & Announcements
- Undaunted Weekend
August 23—24, 2014 The 200th Anniversary of the War of 1812 in Prince George’s County “Battle of Bladensburg Commemoration” Military Re-enactments / Living History performers; Food Truck Rally; Living History Village; Family Fun Village—featuring sing-along with the “Blue Sky Puppets”; Craft Demonstrations (spinners, weavers); Arts & Crafts Vendors; River Boat & Battlefield Trolley Tours; Evening concerts—featuring “The Navy Commodores”; & The area’s largest FIREWORKS show by Fireworks Extravaganza! Bladensburg Waterfront Park: 4601 Annapolis Road, Bladensburg 20710 www.princegeorges1812.org • 301-927-8819 For more information, contact our Historical Committee at: www.tumhc.com — The “TUMHC has walking tour booklets available at the Town Hall. If you have a free hour or so and a sunny day and would like to learn a little more about the historical sites in our Town, please stop by and grab a tour booklet.”
- June 2014—Town Meeting Minutes
Click on link to open the PDF to read the minutes for June’s Regular Town Meeting.
- Your Town . . . In The News!
click on the link to get the July 9th Gazette article about Main Street.
- “Landings” newsletters—July/August 2014
Open Link to read the Town’s newsletter for July/August 2014
- FY2015 Town Budget passed
The operating budget for the next fiscal year was passed at the June 3, 2014 Regular Town Meeting. Click on link to open the PDF to view Ordinance 2014-01 Town Operating Budget for Fiscal Year 2015
- May 2014 — Meeting Minutes
Click on link to open the PDF to read the minutes for May’s Regular Town Meeting
- Police Report — May 2014
Final totals for the month of May were not yet finalized when the June issue of the Landings newsletter was printed and delivered on May 23rd. Click on link to see the final May Police Report for The Town of Upper Marlboro—as of June 2, 2014.
- April 2014 — Meeting Minutes
Click on link to open the PDF to read the minutes for April’s Regular Town Meeting.
- Mosquito Control Program
The primary goal of this program is to prevent the occurrence of mosquito-borne disease in humans, pets and livestock. Residents can opt-out of the service by submitting a Mosquito Control Exemption Form available at Town Hall. When an address has opted-out, the spray is kept 300 feet from the property on either side. Testing of our area, and possible spraying, will commence on June 2nd, and run through September 18th. Typically, the testing & spraying occurs around dusk on Monday evenings, but, due to variable weather conditions, we cannot guarantee that this service will be performed in any given week. Click on the headline of this news item to find out more information, or, call Mosquito Control at 410-841-5870, or go to their website at: http://mda.maryland.gov/plants-pests/pages/mosquito_control.aspx
- “Landings” newsletter — June 2014
Open Link to read the Town’s newsletter for June 2014