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 as Mr. Handyman is in all the DC & surrounding area now.

There is a news story about Gwynn Park community comes together to help cheerleader overcome cancer – nice work the high schoolers are doing.

There are new developments coming to Brandywine, Brandywine Crossing Phase II and Stephens Crossing. There will be a hearing about them on Thurs. – check here for the agenda. The latest staff report on Stephen’s Crossing is in PDF here  and there’s a resolution about the Mattawoman-Brandywine Commerce Center North dated July 2014 here. Note: a report from last year states: Widen US 301/MD 5 from a four-lane road to a six-lane road beginning at Timothy Branch (north of Cedarville Road) and extending northerly to the US 301/MD 5 interchange (at T.B.). The construction shall be in accordance with presently approved SHA plans. b. Install a traffic signal at the A-63/Cedarville Road intersection, provided said signal is deemed warranted by DPW&T…. and more. I couldn’t find Timothy Branch information as I believe it was approved a while ago, but there are mentions of it in the above documents.

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