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In the News…
- The US National Park Service (NPS) is currently reviewing its fees nationwide, and is considering usage fees for the C&O Canal National Historic Park. NPS requested the City of Brunswick provide space for one of a series of public meetings about their proposal, which was originally scheduled for tonight (1/21). Given the inclement weather anticipated (1-3” of snow is forecast by the National Weather Service), NPS has postponed the meeting. The rescheduled NPS meeting will take place Tuesday, February 17 2015, at 6:30p.m. at the City Park Building, 655 East Potomac Street, Brunswick, MD 21716.Given the City’s long partnership with the National Park Service, and the recreational and economic development opportunities associated with the C&O Canal Park and Towpath, the City hopes interested community members will learn more about this proposal, attend a meeting, and share their views with NPS during the public comment period (through February 22, 2015). While this is an NPS meeting and proposal, the City is assisting by providing space and publicizing new scheduling information about the meeting. More information on the NPS fee proposal can be found at: http://www.nps.gov/choh/parknews/c-and-o-canal-invites-feedback-on-proposal-to-increase-and-expand-entrance-and-other-fees-park-wide.htm
- Brunswick residents may drop off Christmas trees at Public Works, 600 Petersville Road, on Saturday, January 31st from 8am -12noon.
- On Wednesday, November 12, 2014, Mayor Tome issued the following statement: “On Monday, November 10th, the City invited Kristen Brown of WasteZero to make an informational presentation on what ONE type of trash metering might look like for Brunswick, by using actual numbers for our current trash and recycling pickups. This meeting was intended to get a discussion going on the subject, but it was NOT meant to imply that the City was moving forward any time soon on a system like this. More information will be forthcoming over the next few months and the Mayor and Council will NOT be making any decisions on this until it is fully vetted with the public. Thank you for your interest in this subject.”
- Commuter parking spaces are now available for lease in the City’s Railroad Square Parking Lot beside the train station. The cost is $330 per year, or $30 per month. Call 301-834-7500, ext. 206 for more information or to lease a space.