My Two Cents

Letter to the Editor

October 14, 2019

By KURT BRINTZENHOFE — On May 15, the City of Hyattsville offered Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) two constructions sites: the Hyattsville Middle School (HMS) and the southeast corner of Magruder Park. The Hyattsville Life and Times (HL&T) reported on June 10 how the [read more]

My Two Cents: An education fight we can all support

September 3, 2019

By PETER DANIELS — Hyattsville residents have engaged in a vigorous debate recently over the location of a desperately needed new middle school. As students prepare for a new year of learning, I want everybody in our community to be aware of another crucial education debate that will play out [read more]

My Two Cents: A horrible Hyattsville Day happening

May 31, 2019

Update: As of May 30, police have charged four teenagers in the incident described below. By ROSE BYRNE — Actually, a letter to my Hyattsville neighbors. Did you know this happened on Hyattsville Day [April 27]? As I sat on my Hamilton Street porch on Sunday afternoon with neighbors, the mood was [read more]

My Two Cents: Our diverse community

August 1, 2018

By MARK GOODSON — When searching for a home eight years ago, my wife and I were most attracted by the neighborliness of the Hyattsville community. We met two neighbors while viewing our home; one had lived here for three decades, the other a lifetime. We were struck by the strength of the [read more]

My Two Cents: Fly the state flag properly

July 15, 2018

By TAYLOR MYERS — We Marylanders are unusually proud of our state flag — and for good reason. Unquestionably unique and recognizable, the Maryland flag combines the coats of arms of the Calvert and Crossland families, highlighting our state’s history. In recent years, the red, white, black [read more]

My Two Cents: Letters to the Editor

May 15, 2018

By ELIZABETH DAIGNEAU — I found [the April Letter to the Editor concerning the Werrlein Properties’ proposal] to be in extremely poor taste. I don’t object to [the writer’s] opposition to the proposed Magruder Pointe development, although I support [the development] and believe our [read more]

My Two Cents: Increase number of trees in the MD 500 project

April 15, 2018

By PAUL STEINKOENIG — It is with dismay that I learned at the March 14 Hyattsville Corridor Community (HCC) meeting that the number of trees for the MD 500 project has been reduced by 59 percent. That is a huge reduction. Hyattsville is missing a giant opportunity to increase the number of trees [read more]
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