The St. Mary’s County Metropolitan Commission is gearing up for the proposed St. Clements Shores Water System Replacement Phase 1 Project No. 2101WR by scheduling a public meeting to notify and inform the community at 6:30 pm Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016. The meeting will be in MetCom’s main conference room at 23121 Camden Way in California, MD, and presenters will discuss replacement of the waterline system.
US citizens have seen significant improvements in their home and work lives recently as the country continues to see economic recovery, according to a report from the US Census Bureau, and House Democratic Whip Steny H. Hoyer and Congresswoman Barbara Lee, chair of the Democratic Whip Task Force on Poverty, Income Inequality, and Opportunity, have released a statement to respond to the news.
In early September, Walden invited members of the community to participate in International Overdose Awareness Day by walking a complicated maze, encouraging inner reflection and peace. The event, held at Beacon of Hope, was attended by the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office as well as members of the community.
At the same time that College of Southern Maryland employee Alise Jorgensen was finding her perfect family pet, she was also finding out that the Humane Society of Charles County is the perfect site for used items that could no longer be used in her classroom.
The National Volunteer Fire Council just got a boost from the federal government. Congressman Steny H. Hoyer has announced that a $1,069,174 grant is being awarded to the NVFC through the Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program.
St. Mary’s County, Md., residents can pick up free mulch at the St. Andrew’s Landfill during regular operating hours. Bring your own shovel. Call for availability at 301-863-8400.
With the help of the St. Mary’s County Department of Public Works and Transportation, the Lions Club is now making it easier than ever to donate used eyeglasses and hearing aids to people in need.
Most students at the College of Southern Maryland intend to move on and pursue bachelor’s degrees, and the college wants to do everything possible to create an easy transition. During Transfer Awareness Week, Sept. 19-23, 2016, students can learn more about the transfer process.