Under the proposed budget, the county is expected to invest more than $41 million in pedestrian safety.
Alsobrooks became Prince George’s County’s first female county executive in 2018 after serving as the state’s attorney in the county from 2011 to 2018.
The proposed bill would look to promote growth in county-defined transit hubs by placing a two-year pause on townhome development in areas that are not as transit-oriented.
Under the proposed budget, the county’s library system is expected to receive more than a $2 million increase in funding next year.
After current CEO Monica Goldson announced her planned retirement in January, the school system launched its first CEO search since 2019.
The presentations included the latest juvenile crime statistics in the county and the efforts by the county to stunt rising crime.
The bills both aim to create a rental assistance fund for lower-income county residents.
The launched the school system’s first CEO search since 2019 after Monica Goldson announced her retirement in January.
The initiative is a key part of the county’s “Transformation 2026” strategic plan, a roadmap developed in 2021 to close the achievement gap within a five-year period.
The bill would require the council to notify the public about late revisions to a development plan by developers, called text amendments.