GREENBELT, MD – This afternoon, Congressman Steny H. Hoyer (MD-05) met with mayors and representatives of municipalities in northern Prince George’s County to discuss the impact of federal budget cuts.
“I appreciated the opportunity to meet with mayors and representatives from Northern Prince George’s County this afternoon to discuss the impact potential federal budget cuts will have on their communities,” said Congressman Steny Hoyer. “During our discussion, I reiterated my commitment and strong support for a number of issues facing the County, including the relocation of the FBI headquarters to Prince George’s County, the completion of the Purple Line, and the safety of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.”
“I want to thank everyone for joining me in conversation this afternoon and discussing some of the issues most important to each of their communities,” continued Congressman Hoyer. “I will continue to work with community leaders to ensure the needs of Prince George’s County are represented at the federal level.”
Joining Congressman Hoyer in conversation was Greenbelt Council Member Leta Mach, Riverdale Park Mayor-elect Alan Thompson, Berwyn Heights Mayor Pro-Tem Jodie Kulpa-Eddy, and College Park Mayor Patrick Wojahn.