County Council


Prince George's County, Maryland

COUNTY COUNCIL JOINS COUNTY EXECUTIVE BAKER, GOVERNOR O'MALLEY, SENATOR MIKULSKI, SENATOR CARDIN, REPRESENTATIVE HOYER AND REPRESENTATIVE EDWARDS FOR "WE'RE ALL IN: BRINGING THE FBI TO PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY"


For Immediate Release: 2/28/2014 3:00 PM

Contact: Angela Rouson 301-952-5182 CouncilMedia@co.pg.md.us

The Prince George’s County Council will join County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III, Governor Martin O’Malley, Senator Barbara Mikulski, Senator Ben Cardin, Representative Steny Hoyer, and Representative Donna F. Edwards to promote Prince George's County as the right choice for relocating the new, consolidated Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) headquarters. The new FBI headquarters is estimated to be a $2 billion economic development project and home to 11,000 jobs.  
 
WHAT:           We’re All In: Bringing the FBI to Prince George’s County
 
WHO:            County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III
Governor Martin O’Malley
Senator Barbara Mikulski
Senator Ben Cardin
Representative Steny Hoyer
Representative Donna Edwards
County Council Chairman Mel Franklin and County Council
University of Maryland President Wallace Loh
 
WHEN:          Monday, March 3, 2014, 1:00 p.m.
 
WHERE:        Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center
University of Maryland
College Park, MD
 
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