District 6 Weekend Reader (October, 2019)


Take a peek at the construction of
UMCRH in Real Time!


We are eagerly anticipating the
arrival of the University of Maryland Capital Region Health to District 6! 

Shovels have been placed in the
ground.  Cranes are actively moving
dirt every day.  Now we have three
large banner signs at the site of the University of Maryland Capital Region Health!  Sometimes, you have to see it
to believe it.  Stop by the corner of
Arena Drive and Capital Centre
Boulevard when you get a chance!

Can't stop by in person?  You can keep track of the hospital's construction
by tuning into the online camera
portal, courtesy of Clark Construction: 



District VIII Police
Station Ribbon Cutting


On Thursday, October 3, 2019,
the District 6 Team was on hand
for the grand opening/Ribbon
Cutting ceremony for Prince
George’s Police Department’s
District 8 Station.


 We welcome Major Kirk McLean
and the entire Police District 8
Team into Council District 6 and
look forward to working with them
in their continued efforts to enhance
community policing and reduce
crime in our County.

Please copy and bookmark the official Police District 8 weblink for additional information: http://ow.ly/dSZs30pLikQ.

Ribbon Cutting for the
Prince George's Community
College Center for the Performing Arts



On Wednesday, September 25, 2019, Council Member Davis joined Prince George's Community College President, Dr. Charlene Dukes, the Prince George's Community College Board of Trustees,  state elected officials and community leaders for the grand opening/ribbon cutting ceremony of the Center for Performing Arts (CPA) at Prince George's Community College. 


The CPA is a premier facility that
nurtures and develops students’
passions for dance, music, theater, and communications, offering robust
offerings of performing arts academic programs and supports student success
in the creative arts field.  Year-round offerings of public performances and events at the Center for Performing Arts enrich the community and contribute to the growing demand for cultural arts entertainment in the greater metropolitan area.

Prince George's County
Community Associations Conference


The District 6 Team joined
residents in September at the
Community Associations Conference, hosted by Prince George's County 
State's Attorney Aisha Braveboy and 
the "Back to Basics" Common Ownership Communities Conference, hosted by the Prince George's County Office of Community Relations' Common Ownership Communities Commission

The conferences were important
opportunities for communities, homeowners and condominium associations to learn about roles, responsibilities and resources.  Strengthening common ownership community has been a key legislative initiative for Council Member Davis
since election to office.

Ayana J. McAllister Legacy Foundation
"Impact Couture"
Scholarship Dinner & Fashion Show


On Sunday, September 29, 2019,
the District 6 Team celebrated
the life and legacy of District 6
resident, Ayana McAlister, at the 2nd annual "Impact Couture" Fashion 
Show and Scholarship Benefit Dinner.

On March 20, 2017, Ayana McAlister
was murdered in Washington, D.C.  To
honor her memory and to bring awareness about the gun violence epidemic in our communities of color
disproportionately impacted by gun violence through advocacy and educational strategies, with the intention of significantly reducing incidents of homicide, suicide and acts of violence resulting from the irresponsible use of firearms by high risk individuals.

Prince George's County
Census Solutions Workshop


On Saturday, October 5, the District 6 Team participated in one of many Census Solutions Workshop Sessions, hosted by the Prince George's Census 2020 Team.

Attendees were provide a great
overview of the County's efforts to make sure every Prince Georgian is counted
in the 2020 Census, why the Census is
so important and interactive breakout sessions to brainstorm ideas for expanding outreach to hard to reach populations.  The U.S. Census is a
national population count that occurs every 10 years.  It counts every person living in the United States and the five U.S. territories.  The census provides critical data that lawmakers, business owners, teachers and many others use
to provide daily services, products and support for you and your community.  Every year, billions of dollars in federal funding go to hospitals, fire departments, schools, roads, and other resources
based on census data.

Visit the County's official
Census 2020 portal
for additional information and to sign up
for the next Census training.

Citizens Association


On Wednesday, October 23, 2019,
Council Member Davis met with
residents of the Roblee' Citizens Association of Upper Marlboro to
address concerns including road infrastructure, operations of
commercial businesses within
residential communities and pending legislation items before the Council.

Prince George's County
Providers Council 5th
Annual Employment Breakfast


In honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, the District 6 Team was in attendance to support the Prince George's Provider Council's 5th Annual "Pathway to Employment" Awards Breakfast on October 22, 2019.

The awards breakfast recognizes organizations and business who
support the organization's vision of a
community that empowers people
with in the community that empowers people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live full, inclusive lives in the community of
their choice through the shared responsibilities of public and private partnerships and fulfilling its efforts of increasing the quality and availability
of programs and services to meet the emerging  needs of people with intellectual/developmental disabilities
in Prince George's County.

District 6 Links

Constituent Services


Visit our District 6 Constituent Services page to access information/resources related to public safety, local utility companiesstate services, workforce training and resources for senior residents.

Development Projects in District 6


Want to know what's going on with Largo Town Center, Westphalia or the Central Avenue Connector Trail Project?  The District 6 Development page provides updated information on these and other development projects in District 6, courtesy of the Maryland-National
Capital Park & Planning Commission.




From community events to neighborhood meetings, follow Council Member Davis' journey in the heart of Prince George's County through pictures.

Visit the Prince George's
County Council Online!


Are you signed up to receive, CouncilConnection, the weekly wrap-up of the Prince George's County Council?  Read the latest newsletter
and sign up to receive notifications 
from the Prince George's County 
Council by visiting the following web link:  http://ow.ly/tVD330hEnCK.


You can also subscribe to CouncilConnection by texting "PGC COUNCIL" to 468311.  Spread the word and tell a friend!  Don't forget to bookmark the Council's official web portal, pgccouncil.us.

Government Resources


Have you signed up for County Executive Alsobrooks' newsletter, Community Connections?  Be sure to click on the link to read the latest edition of Community Connections and sign up to receive updates.

News You Can Use

Join the Office of Community
Relations for the 2019 Stuff-At-Truck Service Initiative (November, 2019)

The Prince George's County's Office
of Community Relations invites all residents to show they're proud to
give back this holiday season with its annual Stuff-A-Truck initiative
throughout the month of November!

Please help OCR in their efforts to 
collect non-perishable foods and
other items to support families in
need and local food banks who
provide resources to County residents.

You have several ways to participate: 

1.) Attend the official
Stuff-A-Truck Kickoff event on
Monday, November 4, 2019  at the
Wayne K. Curry Administrative Building
in Largo from 9:00am - 11:30am

(see details below)!


2.) Can't make the official kickoff event?  Make plans to drop off your non-perishable items at the Largo Plaza Shopping Center (Giant Foods and
Target locations) Wednesday,
November 6 and Thursday,
November 7 from 9:00am - 7:00pm.


3.) Can't make the Central County
drop off event?
  Visit the designated
Daily Drop Off location at The Sanctuary at Kingdom Square, located 5300 Crain Highway, Upper Marlboro, Maryland 20772 from 4:00pm - 7:00pm.



Acceptable donations include: canned vegetables, canned fruit, peanut butter, soup, nuts, whole grain boxed cereal, oatmeal, granola bars, crackers, pasta, rice, baby food, diapers and wipes.

For more information, contact Kevin Carter at kacarter@co.pg.md.us.




Submit and access County
non-emergency services using the CountyClick311 citizen portal!


Visit the Prince George’s Planning Department online!

  • Watch live video of Planning Board Meetings
  • Become a Person of Record
  • Register Your Community Association 
  • Receive Planning Board Meeting Notifications and Agendas
  • Sign up for Development Activity Notifications via PGAtlas.com
  • Check the status of development in the County through the Development Monitoring System  (DAMS)


Directory of
County Agencies and Departments.  Follow this link to access the directory.

Celebrating Growth and Prosperity


Greetings District 6 Residents, Businesses and Stakeholders,

We're excited to bring you the October edition of the District 6 Weekend Reader, full of exciting updates and news you can use.

It is a very exciting time to work, live and play in Council District 6, as we continue the heart of Prince George's County continues to grow and prosper.  We ushered in the month of October with the groundbreaking of the Hampton Park Development Project, featuring retail and residential amenities that local businesses and residents have long championed for along Central Avenue.  The project will also include a $35 million, 115,000-square-foot office building slated to house the Prince George's County departments of Health and Human Services, Veteran Affairs and Family Services and a 17,000-square-foot senior day center, further developing the Health Sciences Corridor that will soon include the highly anticipated University of Maryland Capital Region Health.  Did you hear? 

The Lidl grocery chain expanded its presence in Council District 6, with the grand opening of the newest Lidl Grocery store in District Heights.  With the additional of Lidl in District Heights, it not only spurs economic development activity but provides an additional grocer option for residents who live along the Marlboro Pike corridor.  We also celebrated the opening of Prince George's Police Department's District 8 Station (check out #DavisInTheDistrict to the left of this page).  Serving the communities of Capital Heights, District Heights, Forestville, Suitland and pockets of the Westphalia community, the creation of Police District 8 will reduce the number of miles covered in Police District 3.  Community-oriented policing is a crucial component in our County's continued reduction in crime.  The opening of Police District 8 signifies a continued commitment in devoting the resources necessary to allow officers to serve residents in our communities in a timely, more efficient manner.  

Not only do you see growth and prosperity taking place through development and county agency growth, but also in the work of  the Prince George's Council County Council in its authority on legislative and business matters, zoning and land use matters in its role as the District Council and health policy matters as the Board of Health.  A brief summary on legislative matters before the Council and links to Council sessions and committee meetings, along with important information on the Countywide Comprehensive Zoning Map Amendment  to are provided in the District 6 Council Corner below.

The great thing about the growth and prosperity taking place is that none of it occurs without your engagement.  Advocacy and engagement are the primary drivers behind the implementation of policy and sets the goals for the quality of service we seek to deliver. 

The Weekend Reader is your snapshot of the latest news, initiatives, and events relative to District 6, along with county-wide updates.  It is always my goal to connect with many of you regarding issues affecting your communities, on ways where County officials/agencies may be of assistance and to ensure that you are engaged and informed through every possible channel.  You can sign up for the Council's weekly electronic newsletter, CouncilConnection, providing you with a weekly wrap-up of all Council activity including links to Council sessions, committee meetings and pending legislation.  Our District 6 social media channels continue to be a great source of information for not only Council happenings but Countywide agency news and events.  I welcome your thoughts, suggestions, community event submissions, and story ideas.  If you have any questions or concerns, please provide your feedback via e-mail to councildistrict6@co.pg.md.us

Committed to Service, Committed to You!


Derrick Leon Davis
Council Member, District 6
Prince George's County Council

Council Member Davis
the Groundbreaking of
the Hampton Park Development Project


Council Member Derrick Leon Davis providing remarks at the the long awaited groundbreaking celebration for the $250-million Hampton Park Development Project on Friday, September 27.

On September 27, 2019, Council Member Derrick Leon Davis, county/state officials, community/faith leaders and residents gathered for a groundbreaking/kick-off celebration of the Hampton Park Development Project. 

The Hampton Park Development project is an environmentally responsible, quasi-urban, pedestrian-friendly revitalization of the approximately 25-acre site, formerly known as Hampton Mall.  The 500,000 square-foot, $250 million development will feature multi-story work-force housing, retail, county offices, a new multi-tenant retail building, and a state-of-the-art senior day center. 

The Hampton Park Project is designed to spur the revitalization of the legacy of communities located along the 214/Central Avenue corridor in central Prince George's County.  Construction begins September 2019, with completion expected in phases over a 30-month period.


District 6 In The News:
When Door Closes...


On Wednesday, October 2, 2019, Council Member Davis joined Council colleagues, County officials, state-elected officials and community leaders for The Sanctuary at Kingdom Square’s Road to 5300 Closing Worship Ceremony.  Along with Seat Pleasant Mayor Eugene Grant, the ministry has transformed lives and communities.  In 2003, The Sanctuary at Kingdom Square not only breathed new life into a dilapidated and blighted Hampton Mall through façade improvements, re-tenanting and investment but lifted the spirits of all who passed through its doors. Through its numerous ministries, partnerships and initiatives, The Sanctuary has served not only the Capital Heights community in District 6, but all of Prince George’s County.

While we would love The Sanctuary to remain in the District 6 community, we understand that growth demands change, so this is an exciting time of celebration. As The Sanctuary moves from District 6 along Central Avenue - also known as the “Health and Life Sciences Corridor” - to its new location, Prince George’s County’s new Health and Human Services building, along with many other businesses, and amenities will soon be located in the space once occupied by an organization that brought life and vitality to an area that once had little.

We celebrate The Sanctuary’s service to this community and the legacy that includes a strong and impactful presence in not only District 6, but all of Prince George’s County. The journey does not end here - it continues at 5300 Crain Highway.


Regionalism At Work


In his role as Vice Chair of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, Council Member Davis presided over the October Board of Directors Meeting, where the 2019 Climate and Energy Leadership Awardees, recognizing area government, school, and non-profit organizations for their efforts to not only reduce green but those projects and programs that engage and serve the region’s underserved communities that help the region achieve its climate and energy goals.



Our very own Prince George's County Department of the Environment was recognized for its Food Composting Program, promoting sustainable resource recovery through the establishment of the County's Organic Composting Facility, the largest municipal installation of its kind on the East Coast.  #DidYouKnow - Food waste constitutes about 23 percent of the waste stream in the county? DoE piloted a curbside collection of food scraps implemented from December 2017 to January 2019 with approximately 200 households from four diverse communities. An estimated total of 112,000 pounds or 56 tons of food scraps were collected and diverted from the landfill in 14 months. The program is now expanding to 3,000 households and plans county-wide deployment in the next two to three years.

The Chair of COG’s Police Chiefs Committee presented the results of the Annual Report on Crime and Crime Control, an analysis of regional crime statistics and trends, and discuss area crime-fighting priorities (http://ow.ly/WQLD30pHsWn). To read more about MWCOG's 2019 Climate and Energy Leadership Awardees, visit the weblink below. You can access audio from MWCOG's October Board of Directors meeting, agenda and meeting materials, please visit the following link: https://www.mwcog.org/events/…/10/10/cog-board-of-directors/.

*photo courtesy of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments*


Council Member Davis serves as
Panelist for "What the Future Holds
for Prince George's County"

Civic Engagement Discussion (9/28/2019)


On Saturday, September 28, 2019, Council Member Derrick Leon Davis joined representatives from The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Prince George's Planning Department, for a discussion on "What the Future Holds for Prince George's County". Hosted by First Baptist Church of Glenarden's Civic Engagement Ministry, attendees were given an overview of:

* - Plan 2035, the County's blueprint for long-term growth and development in Prince George's County, to include development around the County's Transit-Oriented Metro Centers (Largo Town Center, New Carrollton, Branch Avenue);

* - the newly adopted Zoning Ordinance and Subdivision Regulations that are aligned with Plan 2035 and;

* - the Comprehensive Zoning Map Amendment process, reclassifying the zoning for properties in Prince George's County.

Not only was there a wealth of information provided but a charge for residents to stay engaged/plugged into the process by becoming active participants through their civic/homeowners associations and through The Prince George's County Planning Board's meetings/activities/development notices.


Countywide Sectional Map Amendment
Regional Education Sessions (November, 2019)



Many residents have a notice regarding a Countywide, non-substantive rezoning process for most properties located within Prince George’s County. On July 23, 2019, the Prince George’s County Council authorized The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (through Council Resolution CR-27-2019) to prepare a Countywide Sectional Map Amendment (referred to as “CMA”) to implement the zones contained in a new Zoning Ordinance for the County adopted by the Council through Council Bill CB-13-2018 on October 23, 2018. The new Zoning Ordinance cannot be used until the new zones are applied to each property throughout the County.

Residents are encouraged to participate in one of three upcoming Regional Education Sessions that will be held in November, 2019.  The regional educational sessions are designed to help residents, property owners, and other County stakeholders to better understand how the CMA will be implemented through the Guide to New Zones process, learn how to use the Planning Department’s new digital tools, and see proposed zoning changes throughout the County.  These regional education sessions will focus on an overview of the project, feature initial rezoning recommendations, compare current and proposed zoning, and allow for questions and discussion.
Each regional education session will focus on the area within one of three areas: North, Central, and South.

North County Regional Meeting
College Park Airport Operations Building
1909 Corporal Frank Scott Drive, College Park, MD 20740
Thursday, November 7, 2019
6:00—8:00 p.m.

Central County Regional Meeting
Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex
8001 Sheriff Rd, Landover, MD 20785
Thursday, November 21, 2019
6:00—8:00 p.m.

South County Regional Meeting
Southern Regional Technology & Recreation Complex
7007 Bock Road, Fort Washington, MD 20744
Saturday, November 23, 2019
10:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m.

To learn more about the Zoning Ordinance Rewrite Project, the Countywide Sectional Map Amendment and to be added to the project mailing list, visit http://zoningpgc.pgplannning.com for interactive information and resources.  To review the official Notice of Initiation for a Countywide Sectional Map Amendment, please visit the following link: http://zoningpgc.pgplanning.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Zoning-Ordinance-Initiation-11x17-Brochure-FINALsmall.pdf.

Council Corner


County Council Highlights
The County Council meets as a legislative body at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays in the County Hearing Room on the first floor of the County Administration Building in Upper Marlboro (time is schedule to change).  The District Council meets at 10 a.m. on the second and fourth Mondays The Board of Health meets as required.  All sessions are open to the public, and citizens are encouraged to attend.


The Prince George’s County Council convened in legislative session on Tuesday, October 1st to consider legislative matters, and to receive a briefing from Metropolitan Washington Council
of Governments (COG) Executive Director Chuck Bean, and COG Community Planning and Services Director Paul DesJardin on the “Future of Housing in Greater Washington,” including goals for the region and potential needs in Prince George’s County. This coincides with the County’s discussion in the implementation of the 2019 Comprehensive Housing Strategy.

Watch the Prince George's County Council Session and Council of Governments Briefing (10/1/2019)

Watch the Prince George's County Council, sitting as the Committee of the Whole (10/1/2019)


The Council’s Committee of the Whole met on Tuesday, October 1st, to receive a briefing from the Prince George’s County Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for Government Operations Tara H. Jackson, on two proposed bills submitted by County Executive Angela D. Alsobrooks, concerning small wireless facilities in the County, CB-58-2019, and CB-59-2019.  CB-58-2019 creates the regulatory framework for the installation of small wireless facilities, equipment used to provide wireless broadband service along with the more traditional “microcell” towers currently present throughout the County.  The technology also lays the groundwork for the future deployment of fifth generation(5G) wireless technology.  CB-59-2019 is a companion bill that would amend the County’s Zoning continued its review of these bills during the Committee of Whole session on Tuesday, October 8th at 2:30 p.m. 

Watch the Committee of the Whole Briefing (10/1/2019)
Watch the Prince George's County Council, as the Committee of the Whole (10/8/2019)


Other Council Highlights:

Watch the Prince George's County Council, sitting as the District Council (10/7/2019)

Watch the Prince George's County Council Session (10/8/2019)

Watch the Prince George's County Council Session (10/15/2019)

Watch the Prince George's County Council, sitting as the District Council (10/15/2019)

Watch the Prince George's County Council Session (10/22/2019)

Watch the Prince George's County Council, as the Committee of the Whole (10/22/2019)



Operations and Fiscal Policy
In Legislative Year 2019, Council Member Davis has the pleasure of serving as chair of the Government Operations and Fiscal Policy Committee (GOFP) which is responsible for several issues and policies related to general government, labor agreements, bond issues, budget and financial management, and cable television and telecommunications.

On Thursday, September 27, 2019, the Government Operations and Fiscal Management (GOFP) committee met Thursday to consider the Executive appointment of Wanda M. Gibson as the next Director of the Prince George’s County Office of Information Technology.  The appointment was unanimously approved by GOFP committee members and moved forward for full Council consideration.   The committee also reviewed proposed legislation, including CB-006-2019, amending the County’s Code of Ethics to conform to State law; CB-043-2019, establishing the Homestead Property Tax Credit for the County property tax, for the taxable year beginning July 1, 2020; and CB-048-2019, an Act Concerning the Issuance and Sale of General Obligation and Stormwater Bonds. 

Watch the Government Operations and Fiscal Policy Committee Meeting (9/26/2019)

On Monday, October 7, the the Government Operations and Fiscal Management (GOFP) committee met to review legislation, including CB-053-2019, which seeks to expand the amount of parental leave to County employees eligible for family and medical leave; and CR-081-2019, a proposed Resolution establishing the Prince George’s County Responsible Legacy Task Force.  The task force would review all County monuments, schools, parks street names, County buildings, and other places of honor, and create a process to determine the future of names linked to a prejudiced past.

Watch the Government Operations and Fiscal Policy Committee Meeting (10/7/2019) 

2019 Council Standing Committee Assignments

To obtain upcoming committee meeting details and agendas, please visit the Council's Calendar/Agenda webpage: https://princegeorgescountymd.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx.


County and Council District
Native Joins the District 6 Team


Council Member Derrick Leon Davis and District 6 Team member Jeffery Taylor (pictured right) attending the 2019 Cameron Grove Memorial Day Parade.


We are pleased to welcome Prince George's County and Council District 6 native, Jeffery Taylor back to the office as he joins the team as a full time Citizen Services Specialist!

As a native Prince Georgian, Jeffery Taylor has always had a passion for servant leadership within his community.  During his early years of education, Jeffery served as the Student Board Member of the Prince George’s County Board of Education, Student Government Association President of Dr. Henry A Wise, Jr. High School and Intern in the District 6 Office. After graduating from Wise in 2015, Jeffery went on to pursue his B.A. in Political Science at Howard University where he participated in various academic and service based opportunities to include his service as Chair of the Howard University Policy Board, Local Elections Chair for the College of Arts and Sciences Student Council, as well as interning on Capitol Hill for the Honorable Elijah E. Cummings (MD-07).  With the completion of his Bachelor degree in May, 2019 from Howard University, Jeffery is continuing his education, actively pursuing his Masters of Education Policy and Leadership at American University.

District 6 Publications


District 6 Progress Report

From economic development and updates around the University of Maryland Capital Region Medical Center to legislative priorities and the formula for transformation, the District 6 Progress Report provides a narrative of our continued commitment to improving the quality of life for ALL Prince George's County residents: http://ow.ly/QEDh30mtM4w

County Council Publications


Prince George's County Council
2017 Legislative Annual Report

It is my pleasure to share the 2017 Legislative Annual Report for the Prince George's County Council, which tells our remarkable story of progress in the County, and highlights how, as a community, we are continuing to "Move Forward with Purpose." http://ow.ly/QoOS30lo9Gy.  As you page through this report, you will see our County Moving Forward with Purpose! You’ll read about projects that create the jobs and business opportunities we need to grow, provide enormous economic benefits for local businesses, and poise our County to become the regional economic powerhouse we all know it will be.



Prince George's County Council
2016 Legislative Annual Report

Investment. Vision. Growth. | Three guiding principles representing the work of the Prince George's County Council.  The 2016 Legislative Annual Report is a representation of the work of the Prince George's County Council.  Our work on zoning matters and land use policy, governing and guiding health policy, improving services and program for residents, or fulfilling our roles as faithful fiduciary stewards of County tax dollars are pieces of the larger puzzle and fulfills our vision in making Prince George's County the thriving powerhouse in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan region:  http://ow.ly/MLx130kVuTN.




Blue Ribbon Commission - Final Report

Established by Council Resolution 26-2015 as a part of the approved FY 2016 County Budget, the Blue Ribbon Commission was charged with recommending policies to the County Council and County Executive over the next year that would address the County's structural deficit - the imbalance caused when normal government spending exceeds tax revenues on an annual basis.

This final report is the culmination of the work of the Blue Ribbon Commission members regarding Prince George's County's fiscal health; policies and practices that affect Prince George's County's revenue structure and the strength of its tax base; the structure and fiscal dynamics of the Prince George's County Government; and feedback from community stakeholders concerning the County's budget and tax structure:  http://ow.ly/1pWF30loaIZ.



Continuous Business
Process Improvement Study

The long-awaited Continuous Business Process Improvement Study, also called the Performance Audit, is the first comprehensive assessment of County school operations in 18 years.   This initiative reflects a transformative partnership between the County Council, County Executive, Board of Education, CEO of Prince George's County Public Schools, and all stakeholders to ensure appropriate operations in five key areas of our public school system - Human Resources, Curriculum and Instruction, Supporting Services, Business and Management Services, and Information Technology - and offers a critical barometer for progress as we continue our work together to achieve the world-class school system students and Prince George's County deserve.  The Continuous Business Process Improvement Study, a continuous and ongoing process, will result in a more efficient and effectively run education system and ensure the highest return on the significant investment citizens consistently make in education in Prince George's County.  To access the final report and appendix, visit the official Council portal for the Continuous Business Process Improvement Study by visiting the following weblink:  http://ow.ly/pTzY30kVnbr.


Connect With Us!

Nellvenia W. Johnson
Chief of Staff/Legislative Aide

Rita D. Lassiter
Citizen Services Specialist

Jeffery A. Taylor
Citizen Services Specialist

Lenne' D. White
Office Manager/Administrative Aide

District 6 Office:  (301) 952-3426

District 6 Email: councildistrict6@co.pg.md.us