Letter to Share with Your Neighbors

From The Greater Baden Aquasco Citizens Association (see letter to share with neighbors below after the intro): The Greater Baden Aquasco Citizens Association supports efforts to appeal the planned construction of the 3rd fossil fuel power plant in the immediate … Continue reading

Articles about Environmental Action by Brandywine Residents

 Recent news articles about Brandywine residents fighting a plethora of power plants: Blatant Environmental Racism: The State of Maryland Approved a 5th Power Plant in a Majority Black Community, Residents Sue – Atlanta Black Star – May 16, 2016 Environmental … Continue reading

Make a Positive Difference – Stop Power Plant

    Dear Neighbor, We are writing to ask for your help. We have launched a legal challenge to stop the construction of a third power plant in the immediate Brandywine area. Both the Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC) and … Continue reading

Upcoming Community Meetings

Brandywine-North Keys Civic Association: NEXT MEETING WILL BE HELD ON JANUARY 20, 2016, IN THE MEDIA CENTER AT THE BRANDYWINE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.  THE MEETING BEGINS AT 7:00PM. Brandywine/TB Southern Region Neighborhood Coalition: Rescheduled Dear Neighbor, You’re invited to our community … Continue reading

3 News Items: New Handyman Service, New Development Hearing, & HS Helps Former Cheerleader

There’s a new women-owned professional service business in town – Mr. Handyman of Ft. Washington and Clinton is actually based in Brandywine and serves all of southern Prince George’s County and areas to the south. This service closes the circle … Continue reading

Timothy Brandywine Development between Brandywine and Short Cut Roads, east of Rt. 301

From the Washington Post: Timothy Brandywine Investment 1 & 2, Crofton. A site plan was submitted for proposed grading and infrastructure work at the Villages of Timothy Branch. The 334-acre project calls for 1,200 residential units and 305,000 square feet … Continue reading

Rain Check Rebate Program at the Baden Fire Hall this Wednesday

There will be a presentation on the Prince George’s County Rain Check Rebate Program at the Baden Fire Hall this Wednesday March 19th 7:30pm, as part of the Greater Baden Aquasco Citizens Association’s, every other month, community meeting. The presentation … Continue reading