Queen for the People: Belinda Queen Puts Community First to Create a More Scenic Prince George’s

To many Prince George’s County residents, Belinda Queen is known as “Mama Queen,” and for good reason. A vibrant and energetic community activist, Belinda always puts the people at the forefront of any endeavor she undertakes to improve the quality of life for Prince George’s County residents, whether fighting for better schools or more scenic…

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County Council Approves Shapiro for Planning Board

Thanks to the hundreds of Prince George’s County residents and community leaders who took action, the County Council approved Peter Shapiro’s nomination to lead the Planning Board this spring. Scenic Prince George’s joined a group of like-minded community organizations to urge the Council to approve his appointment. In a message to supporters, Scenic America and…

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PG County Development to Move Forward, with or without NFL Stadium

As the Washington Commanders explore the possibility of relocating from their long-time home at FedEx Field to another site in the Washington, D.C., metro area, Prince George’s County leaders have pledged to move forward with other major development projects in the area. This new transit-oriented development, focused around Central Avenue in the heart of the…

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Prince George’s County Scenic Leaders: Jazz Lewis

Jazz Lewis’ first experience with activism came while he was a student at the University of Maryland facing an unexpected tuition hike. “It would have priced me out,” he notes. To show their frustration with this unfair change, Jazz (his real name, as he points out) and some of his fellow students sat on the…

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