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LOCATIONS & CONTACTS


Washington, D.C.

400 North Capitol Street, NW, Suite 585
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 434-4776

Annapolis, Maryland

29 Francis Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: 410-280-5088
Fax: 410-280-1618

Upper Marlboro, Maryland

14408 Old Mill Road, Suite 201
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
Phone: 301-952-8885
Fax: 301-952-0290

LaPlata, Maryland

403 East Charles Street
LaPlata, MD 20646
Phone: 301-392-0888
Fax: 301-392-5881

 

Email contacts:

Gregory Steve Proctor
Dianne Proctor
Guy Andes
Sherrie Sims
Ashley Heffernan
Joe Green
Faye Porter-Larche
Dave Bambrick
Jeff Estepp
Charlita Ferguson

 

 

 

 



 

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Peters appointed majority leader in state Senate

Capitalgazette.com

Peters appointed majority leader in state Senate

By John McNamara

The changes resulting from the 2016 elections at the state and local levels have helped land State Sen. Douglas J.J. Peters, D-Bowie, the job as the new majority lead in the Maryland Senate.

"It's obviously an honor to be appointed as majority leader," said Peters, 52, who previously served on the Bowie City Council (1998-2002) and the Prince George's County Council (2002-06). "Prince George's County has not held that post since 1963 ... I worked my way up through the (Senate Democratic) caucus chair, which is a position where you help out your colleagues with fundraising, social media – whatever they need help with. Any way I could help them, I tried to be of service. The president saw that and thought I could be more help as majority leader."... Read more

MGM National Harbor Resort & Casino filled to capacity since opening

Washingtontimes.com

MGM National Harbor Resort & Casino filled to capacity since opening

By Ryan M. McDermott

Maryland’s sixth and newest casino opened Thursday night to a capacity crowd — and has been filled to capacity since then.

Within 12 hours of opening, more than 50,000 people had streamed through the massive MGM National Harbor Resort & Casino and passed its glittery array of 3,300 flashing slot machines, walked around its one-of-a-kind sculptures stretching up to a glass roof and strolled out onto an expansive terrace offering a chilly panorama of the Potomac River.

“It’s like you’re actually in Vegas. You get that,” said Shawn Tith, a poker player from Springfield, Virginia, wandering the atrium of the 125,000-square-foot casino. “Just look at the stuff around you.”... Read more

Donald Trump to leave businesses before inauguration

Washingtontimes.com

Donald Trump to leave businesses before inauguration

By Victor Morton

Donald Trump announced via Twitter late Monday night that he would “be leaving” his business before his inauguration next month.

However, he said the billion-dollar global Trump empire will be put under the control of his children, a move unlikely to quell charges of conflict of interest.

“Even though I am not mandated by law to do so, I will be leaving my businesses before January 20th so that I can focus full time on the Presidency. Two of my children, Don and Eric, plus executives, will manage them,” he posted over two tweets... Read more

Hyattsville will allow non-U.S. citizens to vote in city elections

WashingtonPost.com

Hyattsville will allow non-U.S. citizens to vote in city elections

By Arelis R. Hernández

Hyattsville has become the first municipality in Prince George’s County to extend voting privileges to non-U.S. citizens, joining six other Maryland cities that passed similar measures years ago... Read more