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CSG Testimony in Support of PG 416-21: Finish the Countywide Rezoning

CSG Testimony in Support of PG 416-21: Finish the Countywide Rezoning

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RE: Testimony in Support for PG 416-21: Prince George’s County – Public Ethics – Definition of Application Click here for CSG testimony in support of PG-416-21Download At the Virtual Delegation Bill Hearing on Local/Bi-County Legislation By The Prince George’s County House Delegation, February 2, 20201 By Cheryl Cort, Policy Director,
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A big step toward ending Montgomery’s housing moratorium!

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Yesterday, the Planning Board voted to update the county’s draft growth policy (aka the Subdivision Staging Policy), which seeks to time public infrastructure like schools and transportation with population growth. Among other changes, the Planning Board draft would eliminate the counterproductive housing moratorium throughout most of the county, while adjusting
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CSG support for Prince George's Countywide Sectional Map Amendment

CSG support for Prince George’s Countywide Sectional Map Amendment

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CSG Support of Prince George's County Council advancing SMA July 2, 2019 The Honorable Todd Turner, Chairman Committee of the Whole Prince George’s County Council RE: Support for: CB-011-2019, An Ordinance Concerning the Countywide Sectional Map Amendment; CR-026-2019, A Resolution Concerning the Countywide Sectional Map Amendment; CR-027-2019, A Resolution Concerning
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Prince George’s OKs housing complex in Bowie business park

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“This proposal will perpetuate more residents driving long distances to get to work rather than focusing new housing closer to transit and concentrations of jobs,” the coalition’s policy director, Cheryl Cort, wrote in a statement.
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Testimony before the Prince George’s County House Delegation in Support of PG 420-13: School Facilities Surcharge

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Please accept these comments on behalf of the Coalition for Smarter Growth. Our organization works to ensure that transportation and development decisions in the Washington, D.C. region, including the Maryland suburbs, accommodate growth while revitalizing communities, providing more housing and travel choices, and conserving our natural and historic areas. We urge you to
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