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Women in a Leading Role

Rockville celebrates Women’s History Month in March. Rockville’s Mayor and Council is the most diverse elected body in the city’s history, with the most women ever to serve at one time. Find Rockville 11’s Women’s History Month playlist at and throughout March on Montgomery County Verizon and Comcast cable

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Fourth Graders: What Would You Do If You Were Mayor?

March 8 is the Deadline for the ‘If I Were Mayor …’ Essay Contest Rockville fourth graders have a chance to meet Mayor Monique Ashton and imagine what they would do if they were mayor by taking part in the Maryland Municipal League’s statewide “If I Were Mayor” essay contest.

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Praise for Pierzchala

The Mayor and Council recognized Mark Pierzchala (shown at center with the Mayor and Council and his wife, Lesley Cross, fourth from left) and presented him a key to the city for his service as a Rockville councilmember. The recognition noted that Pierzchala “has served the City of Rockville with

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Mayor and Council Pass Resolution Rejecting Anti-Palestinian, Anti-Israeli, Anti-Arab, Antisemitism, Anti-Jewish and Anti-Muslim Hate

The Mayor and Council on Dec. 18 unanimously passed a resolution, “Rejecting Anti-Palestinian, Anti-Israeli, Anti-Arab, Antisemitism, Anti-Jewish, and Anti-Muslim Hate in the City of Rockville.”   Find video of the discussion and vote with the Dec. 18 Mayor and Council meeting listing at The resolution reads:  WHEREAS the Mayor and Council

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Mayor and Council Name Acting City Manager

The outgoing Mayor and Council on Nov. 15 appointed Craig L. Simoneau as Rockville’s acting city manager. Mayor Monique Ashton announced the appointment at the first meeting of the new Mayor and Council on Nov. 20.   The Mayor and Council are conducting a national search for a new city

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Rockville Certifies 2023 Vote-by-Mail Election Results 

Votes cast in the City of Rockville’s 2023 vote-by-mail election have been certified by the city’s Board of Supervisors of Elections. In addition to 12,637 ballots cast on Election Day, 133 provisional ballots were tallied, for a total of 12,770 votes.  The number of votes cast in the 2023 vote-by-mail

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