Monday, February 29, 2016

MEET…LEARN…SHARE at the Business Meet-up - April 26, 2016

MEET…LEARN…SHARE at the Business Meet-up

The St. Mary’s Chamber of Commerce and the College of Southern Maryland are hosting a Business Meet-up on Tuesday, April 26, 2016 from 8:00 - 9:30AM at the CSM Leonardtown Campus Building C Room 203. 

This co-sponsored business-oriented event will be the first of a quarterly meet-up where business leaders throughout the county will have the opportunity to meet with other leaders, obtain valuable information to support your business growth, and learn how CSM as a community resource is providing business and industry support. 

This is a FREE event and all are invited to come and join in the conversation.  Please RSVP on the SMCCC or the CSM SBDC websites.


Monday, February 15, 2016

Trash and Recyling Collection Slides to next day

Due to unexpected snow accumulation the trash and recycling pick up schedule will slide one day later for the rest of the week.

Step carefully and be safe.

Tuesday, February 09, 2016

Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting moved to Tuesday, February 16, 2016 at 4:00 p.m.

The Town of Leonardtown Town office will be closed on Monday, February 15, 2016 for President's Day.

The Planning and Zoning Commission meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 16, 2016 at 4:00 p.m.


Wednesday, February 03, 2016

PNC Bank Building Sold - Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 2, 2016

Commissioners of Leonardtown
Media Contact: Laschelle McKay
301-475-9791, Laschelle.mckay@verizon.net

PNC Bank Building Sold

The Commissioners of Leonardtown are pleased to announce that Rainbow Construction, Inc.
has purchased the PNC Bank building in the heart of Leonardtown Square. This iconic facility
has been vacant for over two years and holds a key location in downtown Leonardtown. Mayor
Dan Burris stated, “We are pleased that this great historic building will once again be active.
This is another important step toward the economic security of the downtown business district.”

This project joins other key revitalization projects that have moved forward recently such as the
Washington Street Retail complex, formerly known as the Bell Motor Company Used Car Lot.
Owner Rayner Blair is extensively remodeling the existing building for a mix of restaurant/retail
and office uses and adding a Dunkin’ Donuts pad site. Additionally the Seymour Building,
formally Corner Critters Pet Store, has seen an amazing transformation by partners Mike
Mummaugh, Susan Dyer and Micheline Lopez-Estrada, featuring a restaurant on the first floor
and five luxury two-story apartments on the upper floors. Mixed use projects such as these are
important to the vitality of the town as it offers daytime and nighttime pedestrian traffic.

Mr. Mark Guadagnoli of Rainbow Construction stated, “We are very excited to be part of
Leonardtown and the revitalization of Downtown. Our immediate plans include converting the
upper floors of the First National Bank building to luxury loft apartments and renovating the first
floor to include retail spaces for lease. Maintaining the exterior fa├žade of the building is an
important part of the character of the project.”

For more information contact Rainbow Construction at 301-843-1018.