Contractors in March installed new energy-efficient light-emitting diode, also known as LED, lights with occupancy sensors at City Hall. The project upgrades 325 interior light fixtures on the second floor, including 256 sensors to reduce energy costs, maintenance and greenhouse gas emissions. Funding for the project leverages a $35,000 grant from the Maryland Energy Administration and Pepco utility rebates to work towards the Mayor and Council’s goals of leading by example to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions from municipal facilities.
CITY HALL, IN A NEW LIGHT
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Veirs Mill Road Camera-Related Speed Citations Begin March 1
Citations will be issued beginning March 1 for vehicles exceeding the speed limit on a segment of Veirs Mill Road where the city recently installed speed monitoring cameras.
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The Rockville Planning Commission and Chief of Zoning Jim Wasilak present “Zoning 101,” an introduction for the community about Rockville’s zoning ordinance rewrite, on the city’s YouTube channel. This will be a major city project over the next couple of
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