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Day: February 27, 2018

Save These Dates for Earth Month in Rockville

Earth Day is Sunday, April 22, and Rockville will mark it with a celebration beginning in March and including the following activities aimed at environmental sustainability: March 19: The Mayor and Council issue a proclamation recognizing Earth Hour and Earth Day in Rockville. March 24: Earth Hour. See the ticker,

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Wasilak Appointed Acting CPDS Director

Search for New Director is Ongoing The City of Rockville is actively looking for a new director to head its Community Planning and Development Services department. In the interim, longtime Chief of Zoning Jim Wasilak has been appointed as CPDS acting director.

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Meet Rockville Employees: The Water Main Repair Crew

Cold snaps in late winter and early spring keep city crews busy responding to broken water mains. Who are these dedicated employees who are in the trenches at all hours, working to bring water service back online for the Rockville community? Meet the team:

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Budget Watch: Fiscal Year 2019

Rockville’s Mayor and Council continue budget deliberations this month with a public hearing and work session focused on crafting a Fiscal Year 2019 budget that outlines the city’s priorities. Offer Ideas • At www.rockvillemd.gov/budget. • At public hearings during the March 19 and April 9 Mayor and Council meetings. Budget

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March 11: Spring Forward and Check Smoke Alarms

Daylight saving time begins March 11, which is the ideal reminder for homeowners to check their smoke alarms while setting clocks forward. State law from 2013 requires that battery-operated smoke alarms be replaced every 10 years from the date of manufacture. The devices should also be tested at least once

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An Evening of Cultures at International Night

Now in its second year at the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre, International Night returns March 23 with a festival of the world’s cultures. At this free event, audience members will be able to enjoy performances and costume displays, and can sample unique and traditional ethnic and cultural foods in the

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Rockville Pike Neighborhood Plan is Clear for Takeoff

Transformative Document Envisions a Thriving Area The Mayor and Council’s approval of zoning text and map amendments in January has cleared the way for the Rockville Pike Neighborhood Plan to become a reality. The plan was adopted in 2016 after more than a decade of intensive study, public hearings and

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County to Provide Update on Seven Locks Justice Complex

Representatives from Montgomery County will deliver an update on the Seven Locks Justice Complex during the Monday, April 29 meeting of Rockville’s Mayor and Council. The complex is proposed for the 25.8-acres county-owned detention facility site at 1451 Seven Locks Road. The Mayor and Council meet

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