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Day: February 27, 2019

REDI Looks Back on a Year of Growth

Rockville Economic Development, Inc.’s 2018 annual report highlights a year of growth and change that saw the introduction of new programs and a new executive director. REDI’s programs include the Maryland Women’s Business Center, which helps entrepreneurs start and grow women-owned businesses positioned for long-term growth. In 2018, MWBC helped

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Mayor and Council to Vote on MPDU Program Changes

The Mayor and Council are scheduled to vote Monday, April 1 on proposed changes to the Moderately Priced Dwelling Unit program. As proposed, applications would be submitted directly to the MPDU property. This would only affect the rental component of the MPDU program. The change creates a one-stop shop application

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Survey Seeks Public Input on City’s Boards and Commissions

An online survey seeks to gather input from community members about their opinions of and interactions with the city’s boards and commissions, including what new boards or commissions they might like to see established. The Boards and Commissions Task Force is undertaking a review of the city’s charter and code,

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Budget Watch: Fiscal Year 2020

Rockville’s Mayor and Council continue budget deliberations in March with a public hearing and work session focused on crafting a Fiscal Year 2020 budget that outlines the city’s priorities. City Manager Rob DiSpirito presented the Mayor and Council with a FY 2020 budget proposal on Feb. 25. Find video of

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Rockville Ranks High in Diversity Study

Rockville and three neighbors once again occupy the top four spots on WalletHub’s list of the most ethnically diverse small cities – and four of the top 10 spots among all cities, of any size, in the entire United States. Rockville ranks ninth overall and fourth among small cities. Gaithersburg

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Get Ready to Vote by Mail

Rockville’s 2019 election will be conducted by mail. The City of Rockville will conduct a vote by mail election for mayor and four councilmembers on Tuesday, Nov. 5. Be sure your ballot gets to you: Visit www.rockvillemd.gov/election. Check your address. Update your information. Register to vote. Ballots will be mailed

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Mayor and Council Amend APFS

The Mayor and Council adopted a resolution at their Monday, Feb. 4 meeting to amend the Adequate Public Facilities Standards. The amendments keep the city’s school adequacy test at 120 percent of school capacity for new residential development approvals — the same level as before.

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