Mount Rainier residents demand library service

Centered in the image, a white woman with grey hair, wearing a red blazer and dark blouse, looks across a conference table at a crowded meeting in a small white room.

Michael Theis/Route 1 Reporter

Roberta Phillips delivers remarks during a Feb. 19, 2019, Mount Rainier City Council meeting.

A packed-house of Mount Rainier residents, meeting Prince George's County's new library system CEO for the first time, had a single demand: re-open the Mount Rainier library branch. But what seemed before the meeting to be a singular task –  dealing with the presence of asbestos – was revealed to...
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One thought on “Mount Rainier residents demand library service

  1. Wow. Big surprise. The city of mount rainier was responsible for maintaining it so it’s in total disrepair. If I were the pgcpls I’d say adios.

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