Creating a Safer Maryland Together
Lt. Governor Brown to host public safety town halls around the state
In the coming weeks, Lt. Governor Anthony Brown will be hosting a series of town halls around the state to connect with community members about the O'Malley-Brown Administration's proposed public safety legislation, answer questions and hear ideas for continuing to build a safer Maryland together. At each town hall the Lt. Governor will be also joined by a panel made up of State Police Superintendent Colonel Marcus Brown, State Superintendent of Schools Dr. Lillian Lowery, and Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Secretary Dr. Joshua M. Sharfstein. Community members, advocates, public safety officials, faith leaders, and other state and local officials will also participate.
"These Town Halls are a chance for us to continue our conversation with the community on how we can work towards a safer and stronger Maryland," said Lt. Governor Anthony Brown. "I'm looking forward to sharing our common-sense approach to reducing violence in our neighborhoods, and hearing ideas on how we can work together to keep our streets, schools, and homes safe."
February 5, 2013 - Prince George's County Town Hall with Council President Andrea Harrison
7:30pm - 9:00pm
Prince George's Community College
Community Room - Largo Student Center
301 Largo Road
RSVP for Prince George's County Town Hall
February 6, 2013 - Montgomery County Town Hall with County Executive Ike Leggett
7:30pm - 9:00pm
Montgomery County Council Hearing Room
Council Office Building
100 Maryland Avenue
RSVP for Montgomery County Town Hall
For Marylanders who are unable to attend one of the three scheduled town halls, Lt. Governor Brown and Cabinet leaders will hold an online town hall in the days following during which they will answer questions submitted either through the RSVP forms above or on Twitter using the hashtag #LGTownHall.
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