The Lexington Park Volunteer Rescue Squad unofficially opened FDR Boulevard Saturday to officially open their new station. LPVRS joins two other top-drawer community service organizations on the new road, Bay District Fire Dept. and Lexington Park Library.
“This is great news for us,” said Delegate John Bohanan. “This represents a significant future business base opportunity for us at Pax.”
For over a century, the Society has expanded its services and programs to support the changing needs of service members and their families.
The delegate pledges to continue fight on behalf of Pax and the Atlantic Test Range.
Del. John Bohanan reacts to governor’s veto of a delay in construction for DoD to study impacts huge windmills across the Chesapeake Bay will have on work at NAS:Pax River.
MD Speaker of the House of Delegates praises Del. John Bohanan for helping keep Maryland educational institutions top in the nation.
Bohanan: “The continued and increased availability of such funds are critical to our county’s ability to aid our present and future students in their education.”
Officials break ground on a $3.7 million MD 4 widening project to address the northbound MD 235 bottleneck of vehicles bound for the Gov. Thomas Johnson Bridge and activate a new traffic signal at Wildewood.
The bill prepared by Del. Bohanan also exempts St. Mary’s volunteer fire and rescue squad properties from water or sewer service charges.
Delegate John Bohanan announces a $10 million increase to state road funds headed to the counties, St. Mary’s gets more than $1 million with the increase.