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Help Save Maryland Action Alert


REMINDER – TEA PARTY RALLY IN ANNAPOLIS

Help Save Maryland is a co-sponsor of the Wednesday January 13, 2010 Tea Party Taxpayer rally in Annapolis and will be one of the many speakers that evening.

We have $1.4 billion reasons to participate – that’s how much O’Malley and his cronies across the state spend on education, emergency healthcare and jail costs for aliens each year.  And that number is growing rapidly!  We can’t afford illegal immigration in Maryland anymore.   See the full costs by county on www.helpsavemaryland.com

It is important that we help support the great efforts of Americans for Prosperity and the other MD groups co-sponsoring the rally.

Make No Mistake – AFP Opposes Illegal Immigration and Amnesty for Illegal Aliens!

Please go to the rally website and sign up. http://site.marchonannapolis.com/

Location – Lawyers Mall – 7:00PM -8:30PM.  The mall surrounded by the State House, Governor’s Mansion, and the Mike Miller Senate Office Building. Make sure you bring your photo ID. This is the same location of HSM’s 2009 rally.

Transportation – Also take advantage of the buses that have been setup on the website.  Buses are leaving from about 12 counties, some with multiple locations. Its cheap and reliable transportation to get you safety to and from the rally.  Sign up for bus transportation on the website.

Bring signs opposing illegal immigration & CASA de Maryland, flags, snacks, lots of clothing, hat, gloves, etc.  Dress Warmly.

If you are driving:

Parking
Park at the
Navy Marine Corps Stadium – Lot D. Enter through Gate 6 off of Taylor Avenue.

Shuttle
A FREE shuttle bus will be provided to and from the parking lot.

BUDGET EVENT MONDAY JANUARY 11 IN GERMANTOWN

Please attend and ask Ike Leggett when is he going to realize that MC residents pay more than $234 million each year on education, emergency healthcare and jail costs for illegal aliens.  Cut off funding for illegal aliens and groups like CASA de Maryland, Catholic Charities and Identity Inc.  Furlough illegal aliens, Not Montgomery County police, teachers and firemen.

If Ike tries to cut you off and take away the microphone, remind this one-term wonder about his website quote:  “A cornerstone of my administration has been to bring everyone to the table and give them a voice in the outcome”  What chutzpah!

Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett will sponsor five budget forums in January to seek input from residents about the challenges facing the County in the upcoming Fiscal Year 2011 Operating Budget. These sessions are hosted by the Regional Services Center Directors and the Regional Services Center Citizens Advisory Boards and are open to residents from any part of the county. Staff from the County’s Office of Management and Budget will make presentations and be available to answer questions. The public is encouraged to attend and provide input on the upcoming challenges decision makers will face.


Monday, January 11, 2010, 7:30 to 9:00 p.m.

Upcounty Regional Services Center
12900 Middlebrook Road, Meeting Room A

Germantown, Maryland

TRAINING EVENT MONDAY JANUARY 25 – OPPORTUNITY FOR CITIZENS TO BE TRAINED TO HELP GET INTOXICATED ILLEGAL ALIENS OFF OUR STREETS

Seems like this county-funded crime reduction program could be improved by including loitering, urination in public, gang activities, etc.  instead of just limiting this to “… alcohol related social issues.”  Why not illegal alien or MS-13 gang related social issues?  Here’s just another example of the opportunities the county has at it’s fingertips to tackle its illegal alien problem if it only wanted to.

TRAINED  HELP SAVE MARYLAND MEMBERS WILL BE KEY TO THE SUCCESS OF THE PROGRAM!! PLEASE ATTEND

Facts: Business Alliances serve as a community based umbrella organization under which local business owners’ work with State, County and City governments to customize and implement comprehensive prevention, education and enforcement programs. Efforts include a Cops in Shops and Extra Eyes program, free or reduced cost server training certifications and a media campaign. Alliance initiatives have a direct impact on the neighborhood’s alcohol related social issues.

Designed to help business owners who are having issues with public drunkenness in and around their business, Cops in Shops is a program where Police and alcohol inspectors posing as store employees, work inside establishments to assist business owners in preventing the sale of alcohol to intoxicated individuals and youth under the age of 21.  Citizens trained by police, called “Extra Eyes,” work outside the businesses.  Armed with police radios, they report violations occurring in parking lots or surrounding areas.

Additional resources such as free certified alcohol awareness, server training in various languages will be available to any business with an alcohol license in the City of Gaithersburg, downtown Wheaton and Long Branch, Silver Spring. Efforts will run throughout spring of 2010.

Extra Eyes, a Montgomery County Police Department program, is training civilian volunteers to work as “extra eyes” calling in suspicious activities to local police as part of a collaborative effort to reduce alcohol

related crime.

When?

Monday, January 25, 2010

from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Where?

Montgomery Co. Dept. of Liquor Control

2nd Floor Training Room

16650 Crabbs Branch Way

Rockville, MD 20855

Interested? Have questions?

Call the Montgomery County Department of Liquor Control,

Community Outreach Office at 240-777-1989 or e-mail dlc@montgomerycountymd.gov.

Space is limited -Signup required!

Olga Bernstein Senior Executive Administrative Aide

Mid-CountyRegionalCenter

2424 Reedie Drive

Wheaton, MD20902

Tel. (240) 777-8103  Fax. (240) 777-8111

E-Mail: Olga.Bernstein@montgomerycountymd.gov

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