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Mayor and Council to Vote on FY 2023 Budget in May

The Mayor and Council are scheduled to vote in May on the adoption of a city budget that focuses on several Mayor and Council priorities and addresses recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. The Mayor and Council discussed changes to the proposed budget during work sessions on March 21, April 18

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‘E’ is for Electronic, Efficient and Eliminating Paper

Rockville to Debut eSourcing Tools for Vendors Doing Business With City Government Rockville’s Procurement Division is scheduled to debut a new collaboration portal this month offering tools that will make it easier for vendors to do business with the city. The eSourcing and Vendor Collaboration Portal, scheduled to launch Friday,

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Mayor and Council Hear City Plans to Address Flooding

A citywide Flood Resiliency Master Plan and a program to provide property owners with grants for building improvements aimed at preventing flood damage are part of the city’s proposed plans to mitigate the impacts of flooding caused by more frequent and extreme storms.

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Rockville Earns Win Ensuring Reimbursement When Taxpayers Are Taxed Twice

County Council Approves Municipal Tax Duplication Legislation Rockville’s Mayor and Council played a vital role in a big win for county municipalities in March, helping to secure money to reimburse incorporated towns and cities for property tax duplication collected by Montgomery County. The County Council on March 1 unanimously approved

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