Brandywine on CNN

“Cluster of power plants divides a Maryland community” Watch the video, but also see the article here on the CNN website The article has additional information, interviews, and photos. “Brandywine lies in the southeast corner of Maryland’s Prince George’s County. … Continue reading

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