Save the Laurel Tastee Diner

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Felicia Edet
1 year ago
I've lived here for 18 years and have never stepped foot into this diner. Nonetheless, I would like to see a relic of an era past preserved.

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Thomas Jenkins
2 years ago
It should be saved for history!

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Matthew Liptak
2 years ago
Would the diner be eligible for this grant?:
Prince George’s County Historic Property Grant Program
The Prince George’s County Historic Property Grant Program (HPGP), in its 10th year, helps fund rehabilitation, restoration, preservation, or acquisition of historic property. Capital grants from the program are designed to preserve, protect, and enhance historic properties; encourage others to preserve, protect, and enhance historic properties; and promote interest in, and the study of, historic properties. The grant program is administered by the Prince George's County Planning Department of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) on behalf of the Prince George’s County Planning Board. http://www.pgparks.com/466/Grants

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Katie Wright
2 years ago
This is where my parents wrote their vows and where I’ve always dreamed of writing my own. I’ve spent late nights and early mornings here growing up. Even millennials would rather have this historic, important diner than another stupid dispensary.

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Fred Anderson
2 years ago
Tied of our childhood memories being removed and replaced!

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Trevon Giraud
2 years ago
History is always important

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Joan Sills
2 years ago
The diner reresents a classix time in our culture and architecture - the mid 20th century. The architecture, exteriors and interiors need to be reserved in their original form.

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Matthew Liptak
2 years ago
I care about Laurel. A gem of history should not be destroyed for simple profit.

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neil allen
2 years ago
The Tastee Diner is a Laurel and Maryland icon and deserves to be preserved

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Ken Winiecki Jr
2 years ago
It is literally a historic structure, it should be legally designated so that the owner legally obligated to maintain it. Whether that means leaving it, moving it, or selling it to someone else to move.