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  • 9am–12pm
    Saturday
    Only 5 boxes per person. Personal records only (no business). Must be present to shred. Please, no contaminants – NO BATTERIES Paint recycling! Cost - $5 per container Your old paint will be used in developing countries humanitarian construction projects. DO NOT mix paint in other containers. In order for the paint to be properly used, the contents on the inside need to match the label on the outside. If you are unable to attend the event, you may hire this service directly to come to your home for an additional $30 service fee. Yuck Old Paint, LLC 888-509-9825 (YUCK) www.YuckOldPaint.com Thank you for recycling!
    Centerway Parking Lot behind Credit Union
    FREE
  • Friday
    MARC and buses still run.
    Emergency maintenance
  • Saturday
    MARC and buses still run.
    Emergency maintenance
  • Sunday
    MARC and buses still run.
    Emergency maintenance

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News Stories

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April 27, 2017
On April 19, 16 members of the Greenbelt Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #32 issued a vote of no confidence in Acting Chief of Police Thomas Kemp. The FOP, currently in collective bargaining with the city, published a press release … Read More
April 27, 2017
During the past year, Greenbelt Museum Director Megan Searing-Young was faced with three major challenges, all of which are being satisfactorily resolved. Young reported on these issues as a part of her budget presentation to the Greenbelt City Council at … Read More
April 27, 2017
The Greenbelt Police Department sponsors a citizen-based Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), whose members provide support to the department by performing non-law enforcement duties. Lisa Hegwood and Laura Kressler represented CERT before the city council at its April 5 budget … Read More
Queen Chambliss of T-Rex, a HUBZone employee.
April 19, 2017
April 19, 2017
The Greenbelt City Council’s April 10 meeting featured proclamations for Earth Day and National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. First readings took place of two ordinances to revise Chapter 4 of the Greenbelt City Code, “Buildings and Building Regulations,” with requirements … Read More

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