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Sean S LaGrand

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Join Nextdoor, the neighborhood hub, and start connecting with your neighbors. nextdoor.com/!Q3GZ8JHey everyone! Last year the History Channel spent an afternoon at the Dr. Mudd House filming for a "project." That project turned out to be part of an episode of History's Greatest Mysteries and is scheduled to air at 9 pm on Saturday 12/5. The show will be focusing on the theories that surround the possibility that Booth survived the manhunt and went on to live a full life in disguise. Be sure to check it out!
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2 months ago

Brandywine, Maryland

It's getting cold!WINTER CHILL
Woah! Make sure to preheat the car and bring the winter coat with you tomorrow morning! Temps drop into the 30s overnight with wind gusts up to 20mph from the northwest. That combination will lead to Wind Chills (Feels Like Temps) in the 20s for many of us. This cold shot is sending us the message that it is Winter! 🥶🌬
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2 months ago

Brandywine, Maryland

Note this for Nov. 12 & be forewarned that we may not be able to have a “long-range” livable community here with this kind of activity. Hopefully more to come.A friend sent me this. He said it's to change what used to be Soil Safe land to heavy industrial. The sign is at the beginning of the entrance to what was Soil Safe down a dead end street where nobody who it will affect will see it. This is right behind Brandywine Heights Road and the new Timothy Branch development and Brandywine Crossing. Update: looks like they want to put warehouses in from what someone in the country is saying. We need to keep an eye on this. ...

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2 months ago

Heather McKee

A friend sent me this. He said it's to change what used to be Soil Safe land to heavy industrial. The sign is at the beginning of the entrance to what was Soil Safe down a dead end street where nobody who it will affect will see it. This is right behind Brandywine Heights Road and the new Timothy Branch development and Brandywine Crossing. Update: looks like they want to put warehouses in from what someone in the country is saying. We need to keep an eye on this. ...

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3 months ago

Sean S LaGrand

Please contact Governor Hogan to complain about GenOn the owners of the landfills and powerplants. I am providing a link to submit a complaint and a sample letter, you may copy and paste or write your own thank you.

Governor Hogan can you ask GenOn the owners of the three coal fly ash fields, one located in Prince George's Co. Brandywine MD, Brandywine Landfill, Charles County Co. Faulkner Landfill and Montgomery County, Westland Landfill that have been sued and had to pay 1.9 million dollars in a settlement , to clean up and remove these unlined coal fly ash landfills? These sites continue to leak toxic pollutants into underground waterways and creeks that makes its way into Maryland Rivers and Bay. Can you have GenOn removed these landfills that are not lined and clean them like other States have ordered coal companies to do? Also please ask GenOn to deactivate its Morgantown Powerplant coal fired generators or take them back to court if they refuse? Brandywine doesn't need a 5th powerplant
Thank you.
www.insurancejournal.com/news/southeast/2019/04/11/523407.htm

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