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Redesigned and Updated Development Watch Email Launches

The city recently updated and relaunched its Development Watch newsletter, a monthly email with details on projects and new residential, office, and commercial development in the City of Rockville.

The email will include: a link to a GIS map showing the newly submitted projects; plans and other information; and upcoming meeting dates when available.

The updated newsletter is among several initiatives underway to improve Rockville’s development review and permitting services under a project known as FAST, which stands for “faster, accountable, smarter and transparent.”

Sign up for the monthly update on the Development Watch webpage, at www.rockvillemd.gov/developmentwatch.

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