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Dates Set for Televised Candidate Forums in Rockville’s Vote by Mail Election

Rockville 11 (channel 11 on county cable systems) will broadcast live three candidate forums hosted by community groups.

Community members are invited to attend:

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Stay on top of key news from the City of Rockville’s Vote by Mail election with reminders sent by text.

How? It’s easy — text ROCKVOTES to 888777. You’ll receive a reply confirmation text that you’re signed up. 

You can find election-related information, check your address, register to vote and update your information at www.rockvillemd.gov/election.

Mayor and Council Consider What’s Next for RedGate Property

The Mayor and Council, at their Monday, June 17 meeting, voted to use a master planning process, with significant involvement from the public, that should help determine future uses for the former 18-hole course.

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Discussion Continues Monday on RedGate Property’s Future

The future of the 130-acre former RedGate Golf Course property returns to the agenda at the Mayor and Council’s Monday, June 17 evening meeting.

Topics up for discussion include:

  • Planning for uses other than golf at the site.
  • That alternative development options be considered, including for public park uses, private development or a mix of the two.
  • That a multidisciplinary consultant team be hired conduct a master planning process.

For more details, read the staff report.

Background material with the agenda item on RedGate includes a strategic report prepared by the National Golf Foundation evaluating the facility’s long-term future.

Rockville Mayor and Council meetings are broadcast live on channel 11 on county cable systems, livestreamed at www.rockvillemd.gov/rockville11 and available a day after the meeting at www.rockvillemd.gov/videoondemand.

Mayor and Council’s April 29 Meeting to Begin at 6:30 p.m.

The Mayor and Council will have an earlier-than-usual 6:30 p.m. start time for their Monday, April 29 meeting in the Mayor and Council Chambers at City Hall, 111 Maryland Ave.

The meeting will be preceded by a drop-in session, with Mayor Bridget Donnell Newton and Councilmember Beryl L. Feinberg, from 5:30 to 6:15 p.m.

View the meeting agenda at www.rockvillemd.gov/AgendaCenter/ViewFile/Agenda/_04292019-5576

Sign up to drop in at www.rockvillemd.gov/FormCenter/City-Clerk-11/Sign-up-for-Dropin-Meetings-227.

Rockville Mayor and Council meetings are broadcast live on channel 11 on county cable systems, livestreamed at www.rockvillemd.gov/rockville11 and available a day after the meeting at www.rockvillemd.gov/videoondemand.

ELECTION 2019: What Voters Need to Know About Vote by Mail

The City of Rockville will conduct a vote by mail election on Tuesday, Nov. 5 for mayor and four councilmembers. Now is the time to make sure you are registered. Wondering what voters and potential candidates need to know now? We’ve got answers to help ensure your ballot gets to you, and you get on the ballot:

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Rockville’s Mayor and Council Select Five Finalists to Fill Council Vacancy

The Mayor and Council have selected five finalists in their search for a candidate to fill a vacant seat on the council.

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N. Stonestreet Ave. Plan Amendment to go to Feb. 25 Public Hearing

The public will have an opportunity to comment on an amendment to the Comprehensive Master Plan for North Stonestreet Avenue at a public hearing held by the Mayor and Council at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 25.

The plan amendment covers the area where Montgomery County Public School facilities, the historic Lincoln High School and Crusader Baptist Church are located. The proposed plan amendment addresses one of five key opportunity areas identified in the 2018 Stonestreet Corridor Study.

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February is National African American History Month

The Mayor and Council will proclaim February as National African American History Month at their Monday, Feb. 4 meeting, recognizing “a time for all Americans to remember the stories of those who helped build our nation and took a stance against prejudice.”

Also known as Black History Month, it’s a time to reflect on the significant contributions made by the black community to Maryland, Montgomery County and Rockville. Here’s how you can do that:

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Mayor and Council Seek Comments on Sign Ordinance Revisions

The city will hold two forums in early February to brief business owners and residents on proposed revisions to how Rockville regulates commercial signs.

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