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Increased funding for school construction, partial restoration of funding for Program Open Space and the protection of funding for youth services were among the wins for Rockville during the 2016 Maryland General Assembly that concluded April 11.
An update to the city’s Comprehensive Master Plan, work on the “Rockville’s Pike Neighborhood Plan” and a push for increased school construction funding are among Mayor and Council priorities that the city is making progress on this spring.
I couldn’t be more excited to be in Rockville, an amazing, diverse community of strong neighborhoods, beautiful parks, high-performing schools and engaged citizens. My wife, Evangelina, and our kids and I truly look forward to making Rockville our new home.
My first objective is to go out and meet Rockville’s employees and residents, listen intently, and learn all I can about this great community, reaching out and hearing what matters to our residents, civic groups, schools, businesses, and other partners. Our best ideas for improvement often come from front-line employees and our customers themselves.
I encourage you to introduce yourselves to me and to share your ideas for Rockville’s future. I want to be accessible, and the Mayor and Council and I welcome your participation in your local government at all levels.
I will do my utmost to help the Mayor and Council, city employees and residents achieve their vision of a thriving future for this great city. To do this, I will draw upon my 20 years’ experience as city manager in two dynamic cities, and a total of 30 years’ local government experience in four states: Florida, Ohio, Texas and Pennsylvania.
It’s my honor to begin serving alongside a group of talented and caring city employees who hold Rockville’s best interests at heart.
We are here for you.
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