Retail won’t save Great Mills Road. It doesn’t have to, the road already offers a growing array of services. Tom Watts suggests the next Lexington Park development plan capitalize on that.
The four major roads of Lexington Park are all state highways. Three of them are undergoing repaving and upgrading.
This is the stuff of genuine community renewal. It doesn’t happen very often.
The construction of FDR Boulevard between Great Mills Road and South Shangri-La Drive is finally underway.
SHA has begun resurfacing 2.5 miles of Great Mills Road, including the Chancellor’s Run Road intersection.
While financial uncertainty threatens the economy at the Pax River end of Great Mills Road, economic reports from the southern end are getting healthier.
Cherry Cove’s redevelopment of a huge swath of Great Mills Road heralded as accelerating revitalization of Lexington Park.
Commissioner Todd Morgan recently went on television to talk about issues affecting the Eighth District.
South FDR Boulevard, the new rescue squad building and the Pax Museum are scheduled for completion next year.
Project will replace a sewer line and extend a water line on both sides of the future FDR Blvd. South.