- Use the following link to submit written comment on this project and that you support it. http://cc.howardcountymd.
gov/ContactUs.aspx?id= 4294968799 Select all Council Members and then you'll be asked to enter your email, etc and then you will be able to write your comment of support for T-7107 - the Downtown - Patuxent Branch Trail Connector. Short and sweet is fine.
- Sign-up to testify and give your testimony in person. Here is the link to sign up.http://cc.howardcountymd.
gov/IframeTemplate.aspx?ID= 6442455146 Please select Budget Hearing - Capital, and then select: "DPW Trans Intersec". You will be asked for your contact information, etc and whether you suport the item. You want to select support... do this soon so you get on the list now.
- Ask others to testify or submit written comments. Anyone who lives in Jen Terrasa's district who supports the pathway is needed especially since the pathway is mostly in her district and she is the one hearing the angst from Allview.
At the Miller Library tonight:
Understanding U.S. Census Records: 1790-1940
Census records offer an important tool for family history research and can provide information on age, residence, place of birth, and occupation, among other significant facts. Using HCLS research tools, Family History Center volunteer Dottie Aleshire guides you through the history, details, and process of locating and recording United States census information from this historical period, including population census, mortality, agriculture, and slave schedules.
*Registration is required. Register online or by calling 410.313.1950.
Do you know we once had "orphan trains" in the United States that took orphan children from cities in the East and shipped them to the Midwest to mostly farms. Hear about a new novel that tells this story.