On Tuesday morning, representatives of the Board of Charles County Commissioners, the Charles County Chamber of Commerce, and the Maryland Department of Health briefed the press on plans to commence the county’s Phase I reopening plan on Friday, May 29, 2020. The speakers were: Reuben B. Collins II (D), President,
Nanjemoy and Cobb Neck, which will benefit from a $3 million state grant to provide wireless broadband coverage, are also the lowest responding areas in Charles County for the 2020 census, but county officials say that the lack of broadband coverage in both places is only one of the reasons.
County staff updated the Board of Charles County Commissioners on Tuesday on plans to reopen the Housing Choice Voucher waiting list for the first time in eight years and to develop a comprehensive licensing program for rental properties to ensure the county has the ability to enforce minimum health and
Charles County Department of Economic Development staff went on the defensive earlier this week in response to questions from District 1 Commissioner Gilbert Bowling III (D) over the disbursement of emergency relief funds to county businesses affected by the shutdown. Lucretia Freeman-Buster, the county’s chief of business development, told the