Welcome to the Prince George’s County Tax Credit Reform Commission web page. In January 2018, the County Council’s Public Safety and Fiscal Management Committee held a briefing and policy discussion on tax credits and next steps.
Section 506 of the Charter provides that the Council may appoint, for designated periods, one or more temporary advisory boards of citizens of the County who shall assist in the coordination of County policies and programs.
In February 2018, the Tax Credit Reform Commission was established by Council Resolution CR-009-2018, to review and analyze all existing and proposed tax credits in the County to determine the tax credit’s effectiveness, utilization, and efficacy in the County, and to recommend reform of the tax credit policy based on its review and deliberations.
Linda Allen, Treasury Chief, Department of Finance Theresa Dudley, President, Prince George's County Educators' Association (PGCEA) Stanley Early, Director, Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Turkessa Green, Deputy County Auditor, Audits and Investigations David Harrington, President & CEO, Prince George's Chamber of Commerce Thomas Himler, DCAO, Budget, Finance, Economic Development & Administration David Iannucci, Assistant DCAO, Economic Development Dwayne Mingo, Council Representative, Prince George's County Realtors Association Andrew Pantelis, Chief, Fire Fighter Medic Battalion and Fire Department President Christian Rhodes, Chief, Strategic & External Affairs, Prince George's County Schools John Tabori, Member, Blue Ribbon Commission John Teletcha, President, Prince George's County Police Department Eric Watson, County Resident, Veteran's Commission Agnes Diane Williams, County Resident, Commission on Aging
Derrick Leon Davis, Council Member, District 6 Colette R. Gresham, Esq., Legislative Officer Howard W. Stone, Jr. Committee Director, Public Safety and Fiscal Management Maurice Simpson, Staff Assistant, Office of the Council Administrator