Mayor and Council Back Goals Seeking to Counter Climate Change
The Mayor and Council on June 19 unanimously adopted a resolution supporting the Paris climate accord and reinforcing the city’s commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing Rockville’s resilience to climate change.
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New Law Codifies Procedures for How City’s Staff Engage with Public
Rockville’s Mayor and Council voted Monday, June 19 to adopt “Fostering Community Trust,” an ordinance that amends and adds a section to Chapter 11 of the City of Rockville’s “Human Rights” code.
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Legislation Would Formalize Police Approach to Civil Immigration Law
Rockville’s Mayor and Council will on June 19 consider adopting “Fostering Community Trust,” an ordinance that would amend and add a section to Chapter 11 of the City of Rockville’s “Human Rights” code.
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Officers and Dispatchers Recognized for Saving Lives
The 28th Annual Rockville Public Safety Awards were held June 14 at Lakewood Country Club. Members of the Rockville City Police Department receiving citations were (L to R): Police Communications Operator Monique Michael, Cpl. Javier Baquero, Officer Kevin McBride, Officer Brandon Thomas, Officer Brian Van Fossen and Police Communications Operator Karl Nadler. Not pictured: Officer Seth Creel and Police Communications Operator Edwina Ritchie.
Eight members of the Rockville City Police Department were honored for their service to the community at the 28th annual Rockville Public Safety Awards on June 14 at Lakewood Country Club.
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City contractors will repave 25 road segments across the city from mid-June through early July.
The City of Rockville is scheduled to repave 25 street segments over the next month.
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Seven decades and 291 productions later, Rockville Little Theatre (RLT) is still going strong. In May, the Mayor and Council recognized Rockville Little Theatre for their 70, which falls this year. th birthday
Formed in 1947 by six friends, the Rockville Little Theatre presented its first production on Nov. 26, 1948. In the 70 years since, the company’s 291 productions have featured thousands of actors and behind-the-scenes volunteers for audiences at the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre.
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Mayor Bridget Donnell Newton and city staff are scheduled to bring the following requests for federal support to a June 13 meeting with the city’s congressional delegation in Washington, D.C.
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Violation Could Lead to Municipal Infraction
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Patrons of Rockville’s bars and restaurants will no longer be able to smoke in outdoor serving areas in the city, following a vote on a prohibition by the Mayor and Council at their Monday, May 22 meeting.
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The Mayor and Council on May 15 honored a church congregation, a local business and two city programs with Environmental Excellence Awards recognizing their contributions to Rockville’s environmental health and sustainability.
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Rockville City Hall and most city facilities will be closed Monday, May 29 for Memorial Day.
Recycling, yard waste and refuse collection will be made one day later throughout the week. Find more information at
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