Lower Speed Limits Could Save Your (Our) City (and Life) 

The City of Glenarden has seen speeding go up on ML King HWY (704) and on residential streets. We also have seen an increase in major accidents and fatalities on MLK, since I have been Mayor in 2017. We have a speed camera program in place, but only on two residential streets that are major…

The dark specter of an authoritarian government hangs over the City of Glenarden

A City Councilmember that micromanages is, plain and simple, a control freak. The work environment is stifling because he wants control over all decisions. This Councilmember distrusts the team, so tasks rarely get delegated to others. Typically, you’ll find there’s hardly room for group discussion or input because the management style is autocratic, which limits…

6 Organizations Making a Big Impact on Smart Cities

Partnerships with nonprofits and foundations drive city innovation. For city governments, getting the most out of their digital transformations requires planning, engagement with residents and the ability to measure the impact of their investments. But because of limited resources and the demands of their day-to-day work, sometimes cities can be reactive to grant announcements or…

The Real Benefits Of Preventing 1 Million Tons of CO2 Emissions [Infographic]

Should Glenarden begin looking closer at solving this continuing proble as we grow in population and commercial and office development? While renewable energy sources account for more and more of our energy mix, the ever increasing global demand for energy means that reliance on fossil fuels will continue for the foreseeable future. That’s why carbon…