The following were among actions taken at Tuesday's meeting of the Prince George's County Council. For more information, call 952-5182.
BOND SALE -- The council, in a 5 to 0 vote, approved the sale of $33 million in county bonds to finance expansion of the Brown Station landfill in Upper Marlboro, which is almost at capacity, and the Sandy Hill landfill in Bowie, and to construct the county's first two refuse and recycling drop-off facilities in Cheltenham and Aquasco.
SCHOOLS CAPITAL BUDGET -- The council gave preliminary approval to a joint letter by County Executive Parris Glendening and the council supporting the county schools' fiscal 1992 capital budget request of $10.3 million from the state. If the request is granted, the county will contribute an additional $25.4 million to the capital budget. The state requires county governments to approve the capital budget requests of school systems prior to state action.
WATER AND SEWER HOOKUPS -- The council gave preliminary approval to joint letters by the county executive and the council approving water and sewer service for the proposed communities of Foxford Estates in Clinton and Shaffier Estates in Oxon Hill. Council action is required to approve major new developments.
Foxford Estates, 34 acres located north of the intersection of Surratts and Dangerfield roads, will contain 47 detached single-family homes with priced from $160,000. The builder is Leroy Hoeck.
Shaffier Estates, consisting of 4.6 acres on Allentown Road, will have eight detached single-family homes, also priced from $160,000. The builder is Fountain Construction Co. Inc.