BALTIMORE, MD (March 19, 2018) The Maryland Department of Planning (Planning) is visiting Calvert County on Tuesday, March 27, as part of an outreach effort for the new state development plan. Governor Hogan signed an Executive Order in August, which began the process for the creation of a new plan called A Better Maryland.
A Better Maryland is a collaborative process working with local governments, recognizing common priorities, and identifying strategies and resources for responsible growth and resource protection. The first step will be a series of 24 listening session events in every Maryland County and Baltimore City. The purpose of the listening sessions is to connect with the public, local governments, state agencies, and other stakeholders across Maryland and solicit their feedback on what should be included in a state development plan. At the meeting, participants will engage with each other and with Planning staff on how A Better Maryland can advance local needs and contribute to collaborative planning across the state.
Planning is conducting listening sessions below on March 27th and encourages the public to attend the evening session to provide input to the state development plan, following the meetings with elected officials and government staff earlier in the day.
Times and Locations:
Tuesday, March 27
Board of County Commissioners
175 Main Street, Prince Frederick
11 am Session with Elected Officials
Harriet E. Brown Community Center
901 Dares Beach Road, Prince Frederick
2 pm Session with Planning Commissioners and Local Staff
Calvert Pines Senior Center
450 W Dares Beach Road, Prince Frederick
6 pm Public Session with the Community