The annual competition, organized by the Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship, featured young ventures from the University System of Maryland schools.
The company makes agricultural lending easier by enabling people working with small farmers and lenders to have access to data on soil fertility, yield estimates and more.
In a proposed budget for the 2023 fiscal year that begins July 14, the city includes a $145,000 payment that will cover the cost of the 22 cameras.
The College Park City Council shouldn't have defunded surveillance cameras. It's time they bring them back.
Cuts from the University System of Maryland’s budget were restored after the General Assembly adopted Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s budget for public higher education.
Some council members voiced concerns that UMPD had not shown enough data to warrant live monitoring of surveillance cameras.
Nearly one quarter of college students are parents.
The College Park City Council voted to cut funds in the spring of 2020.
The grants will go toward initiatives such as an environmental club and social and emotional learning resources.