Tuesday’s city council presentation came amid a rise in concern from students and city residents about College Park’s economic development.
Currently, the city’s mayor and council members serve two-year terms. The council can make its own decision on the issue regardless of voting results.
Kennedy dijo que cree que el concejo municipal no se está enfocando lo suficiente en iniciativas políticas más amplias, a las que ella da prioridad.
Kennedy said she thinks the city council isn’t focusing enough on larger policy initiatives, which she prioritizes.
City council members Fazlul Kabir, Kate Kennedy and Denise Mitchell, as well as political newcomer Bryan Haddad vied for residents’ votes at polling sites.
Election day voting will be held May 6 at City Hall from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Early voting will be at Davis Hall from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m May 2.
For many of her coworkers and colleagues, Schum didn’t just contribute to College Park during her tenure as planning and community development director. She built it into what it is today.
Monarch Preschool College Park is set to open in February at the earliest.
The program provides $15,000 toward closing costs for city and university employees for new home purchases in College Park.