News Archives 2011

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Revitalization and Preservation Study & Early Family Historic District

An announcement was posted to the county site on Aug. 5, 2011: PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY EXECUTIVE RUSHERN L. BAKER, III APPROVES NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES NOMINATIONS. The fifth of these five nominations reads: Early Family Historic District The Early Family Historic District in Brandywine includes four late-19th and early-20th century single-family dwellings and a large commercial building (c. 1872) associated with several generations of the Early family, whose members were instrumental in settling and developing this crossroads village after the Civil War. More about the history of Brandywine is here.

The Brandywine Revitalization and Preservation Study hopes to make Brandywine into a walkable bikeable community. It was once walkable and bikeable, because there wasn’t so much traffic, especially truck traffic, as we have today.

Support your local civic association

Greater Baden Aquasco Citizens Association Monthly meetings are held on the third Wed. of every other odd month (Nov., skipping Dec., etc.). Click the link for their web site with further information.

Brandywine North Keys Civic Association also meets on the third Wed. Click the link for their web site with further information.

Brandywine/TB West Region Neighborhood Coalition
Blog: Voice Your Opinion About Your Community

Other county civic associations

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