That’s what some counties’ economic development plans have fostered. Developer Tom Watts thinks St. Mary’s County has the ingredients to do it too.
If we can land a drone on a carrier, why can’t we make Lexington Park a nice place? Sixty-seven years of trying and we’re still planning.
Looking for a place to fill Furlough Fridays? Charlotte Hall Veterans Home runs a volunteer program that includes escorting vets to the annual Cruisin’ Southern Maryland for Veterans car show.
Great Mills Trading Post was contracted by St. Mary’s County to build the Lexington Park segment of FDR. It will be the first county-built road since construction of Pegg Road in 1989.
Tom Watts has re-purposed offices, even a warehouse into athletic venues. Could a super indoor facility re-purpose Lexington Park?
The skate park will be open beginning May 17th at 3 p.m. and from noon until sunset weekends for the spring season before opening seven days a week for summer/
This is the stuff of genuine community renewal. It doesn’t happen very often.
Only one segment of the plans to construct the rest of FDR Boulevard directly addresses the goal of the new road. It’s the only unfunded piece.
Lexington Park lost three pillars in the old year.
Patuxent Park is becoming the model of a live-where-you-work lifestyle.