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Prince George’s Council retreat next week is open to public

The Prince George’s County Council is set to meet Monday and Tuesday in Baltimore for its annual retreat. The sessions, at the Admiral Fell Inn, are open to the public, but as of late Saturday, only limited information was available on the council’s Web site. Monday’s session begins at 10 a.m. and runs through early evening; Tuesday’s session begins at 9:30 and goes until 4 p.
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