The Board of Commissioners for the Town of Upper Marlboro is currently accepting input on two Town Ordinances that 1) Extend business hours until 2am and 2) Expand parking availability in Downtown Upper Marlboro (and two other items).

Input Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RJLQRV6

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Survey will CLOSE on Monday July 23rd at 11pm.

Code Enforcement Officer: Part Time Position. The Town of Upper Marlboro is looking for a highly motivated part-time Code Enforcement Officer to would work under general supervision of the Chief of Police and the Chief of Staff to perform a variety of technical duties in support of the Town’s new local code enforcement program; monitors and enforces a variety of applicable ordinances, codes, and regulations related to health and safety, blight, graffiti, and other matters of public concern; and serves as a resource and provides information on Town regulations to property owners, residents, businesses, and the general public. The officer would also assist the Police Department with issuing parking tickets, parking meter maintenance, and meter collection in the Downtown area.  Experience working for local government a plus. Requires a valid driver’s licence. This position starts at two days a week, however may transition to additional days or full-time in near future. Position open until filled. EOE. Hours are flexible. 

To Apply:

Fill Out Town Application: TOUM-application_e-sign

Send resume and application to Police Chief/Job Search, Town of Upper Marlboro, PO Box 280, Upper Marlboro, MD 20773 or cwashington@uppermarlboromd.gov

Contact Town Hall with any questions or concerns 301-627-6905.

Administrative Assistant: Full Time Position. The Town of Upper Marlboro is looking for a highly motivated Administrative Assistant who takes initiative to support key personnel within the Administration Department, primarily but not limited to the Board of Town Commissioners and the Town Clerk/Administrator. The ideal candidate for this Full-time position must be extremely proficient in Microsoft Office programs.. The Administrative Assistant role is customer-centric and engages with all levels of staff and the general public. The individual must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills and be able to exercise a high degree of discretion when dealing with confidential information. Routine duties include talking phone calls, assisting walk-in requests, with an emphasis on records management and office calendar maintenance. Experience working for local government a plus. Pay commensurate with experience, medical and retirement plans available. Position open until filled. EOE. Working hours are 8:30 am until 4:30pm Monday-Friday at the Upper Marlboro Town Hall 14211 School Lane Upper Marlboro MD 20772.

To Apply:

Fill Out Town Application: TOUM-application_e-sign

Send resume and application to Town Clerk/Job Search, Town of Upper Marlboro, PO Box 280, Upper Marlboro, MD 20773 or clerk@UpperMarlboroMD.gov

Contact Town Hall with any questions or concerns 301-627-6905 ex1102.

Position: Maintenance Worker 1

Department: Public Works

Full-time and Part-time entry level positions as Maintenance Worker I (MW-I) for the Town of Upper Marlboro Public Works Department are being accepted. Requires manual labor, unskilled and semi-skilled, for a variety of tasks in the Public Works Department.  Job requires working knowledge and skills in the safe operation of trucks, equipment, specialty tools and techniques, both motorized and hand-operated that are pertinent to tasks required. Good knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions. Possess ability to relate well to peers, supervisors and public. Understand and follow oral and/or written instructions and Town policies. Be able to perform manual labor for extended periods under adverse weather conditions. Can safely lift and carry 50 pounds for distance of at least 20 feet. Demonstrate ability to learn new skills. EOE. Town Public works are charged with maintenance of Town property, Town Streets, 

 

Town Application: TOUM-application_e-sign and email to Dbond@uppermarlboromd.gov

At their monthly Town Meeting on April 24, 2018, the Board of Town Commissioners passed Resolution 2018-03: Establishing a School Zone on Old Crain Hwy. This document works in conjunction with the recently adopted Ordinance 2018-02: Automated Traffic Enforcement.  The Board of Commissioners find that school-related activity occurs at or near the Sasscer Administration Building, including travel by students to or from school on foot or by bicycle; or the dropping off or picking up of students by school buses or other vehicles. The “Safety for Students” program created by the Town has a goal to increase safety for the motoring public as well as for students, parents, and teaching staff around schools with the use of automated speed enforcement to substantially protect the health, safety and welfare of the public.

Resolution: 2018-03_RES_Establishing a School Zone Along Old Crain Hwy_Apprvd_nosig

Exh A & B: Exh A B SMS

Exh C & D: Exh C D SMS

—Date & Time change this month!

The Board of Town Commissioners will hold a Public Hearing immediately proceeding its April 2018 Regular Town Meeting on Tuesday, April 24, 2018 starting at 7:00 p.m. at the Town Hall – 14211 School Lane, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772.

The evening will start at 7:00 p.m. with a Public Hearing concerning the recently passed Ordinance 2018-02: Automated Traffic Enforcement, and the current Resolution 2018-03: To implement and use a speed monitoring system, and establish a “School Zone” within the corporate boundaries of the Town.  Following the Public Hearing, and a short recess, the Board will reconvene to conduct the Regular April Town Meeting.

The draft Resolution and the meeting agenda will be posted on this website and Town’s social media outlets soon.

The meeting is open to the public, and time is allotted for public comment.

Please contact Town Hall with any questions or concerns Info@UpperMarlboroMD.gov or call: 301-627-6905.

Meeting Agenda: TM-agenda_042418

Final Draft Resolution: 2018-03_RES_Establishing a School Zone Along Old Crain Hwy_unApprvd

Exh A B SMS

Exh C D SMS

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OFFICIAL NOTICE

On March 27, 2018 the Board of Commissioners for The Town of Upper Marlboro approved Ordinance 2018-02: Automated Traffic Enforcement, for the purpose of establishing the “SAFETY FOR STUDENTS PROGRAM” and a “RED LIGHT ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM;” by adopting provisions governing speed monitoring systems, in order to authorize the implementation of such systems in designated school zones to detect speed limit violations using vehicle sensors…by defining school zones; by requiring the calibration and self-testing of systems, and the use and placement of systems in school zones; and by further requiring the Board President to designate an employee or official to review speed monitoring system citations and address questions or concerns from the public, and designate a program administrator to oversee the contract with a speed monitoring system contractor;…and generally relating to the regulation and control of vehicles and traffic and the use of technology to regulate traffic and improve public safety in the Town. The ordinance becomes effective April 17, 2018. Copies are available at Town Hall, 14211 School Lane, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 and online at www.UpperMarlboroMD.gov.

—Town of Upper Marlboro; By: M. David Williams, Town Clerk

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OFFICIAL NOTICE

On March 27, 2018 the Board of Commissioners for The Town of Upper Marlboro approved Ordinance 2018-01: FY2018 Budget Amendment, to amend Ordinance 2017-02, by moving $300,000 from unrestricted funds to cover a local income tax revenue shortfall resulting from the Maryland State Comptroller’s mid-budget-year reassessment and redistribution. Total Revenues and Expenditures for the FY18 Town Budget remain the same at $2,791,294, and amendments are limited to: 1.) Decreased total of Tax Revenue from $649,392 to $349,392; and, 2.) Increase in Unrestricted Fund Revenues from $1,793,973 to $2,093,973. All other Revenue and Expenditure line items and tax rates within the original FY2018 Town Budget Ordinance 2017-02 remain the same as previously published.  The ordinance becomes effective April 17, 2018. Copies are available at Town Hall, 14211 School Lane, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 and online at www.UpperMarlboroMD.gov.

—Town of Upper Marlboro; By: M. David Williams, Town Clerk

At the February 13, 2018 Regular Town Meeting, the Board of Commissioners introduced Ordinance 2018-01 FY18 Budget Adjustment ORdinance Draft 1. This Ordinance was introduced in response to a sudden cut in tax revenue from the State. This Ordinance would allow the Board to cover the revenue gap in the FY18 Budget by using Town reserve funds as a temporary measure until permanent solutions can be discussed.  The Town will be accepting written resident and public feedback/comment on the Ordinance after Draft 2 is introduced at the March 13, 2018 Regular Town Meeting. Please contact Info@UpperMarlboroMD.gov or 301-627-6905 with any questions or concerns,

You can read the Draft Ordinance by clicking below:

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The Town is accepting Public Comment on this Ordinance. visit here to submit comment online: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WM228SN Hard copies of comment forms are also available at Town Hall for pick-up.