Prince George's Councilwoman Andrea Harrison (D-Dist. 5) of Glenarden (Courtesy of maryland.gov)
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More cash will end up in the wallets of minimum wage workers in Prince George's County thanks to the county council's approval of legislation that will bump hourly earnings to $11.50 by 2017.
New leadership is set to take the helm of the Prince George's County Council as members vote Tuesday to elect a new chair and vice chair.
Meeting to Focus on Economic Development, Smart Growth
Prince George's County residents curious about recent gains the county has made in economic development will get a chance to address officials during a town hall meeting next week in District Heights.
Members of the Prince George's County Council will join leaders from the District and Montgomery County Wednesday to announce their collaboration to raise the minimum wage in each jurisdiction to $11.50 by 2016.