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  • Council's Statement Regarding President Trump's Comments on Charlottesville August 18, 2017
    We released the following statement regarding the events surrounding Charlottesville:Montgomery County Council Statement on President Trump’s Comments onWhite Nationalist Rally in CharlottesvilleMontgomery County has a long history of cultivating a welcoming community filled with acceptance and tolerance for all residents.  We stand together to reject bigotr […]
  • Total Eclipse in the Park August 18, 2017
    Experience the total eclipse at this fun event sponsored by Montgomery Parks.Ready for the solar eclipse? Don’t be left in the dark. Join Montgomery Parks on August 21st for Total Eclipse in the Park – our free “watch” party. We’ve got your eyes covered with free solar eclipse sunglasses (while supplies last). Pack a picnic as well as blankets or chairs, and […]
  • Montgomery County Council Seeks Applicants for Council Administrator August 17, 2017
    After 26 years of service to seven County Councils as Council Administrator, Steve Farber is retiring in February, 2018. Applications are currently being accepted until September 12. Here's the complete press release:ROCKVILLE, Md., August 14, 2017—The Montgomery County Council is seeking applicants for the position of Council Administrator.  On July 31 […]
  • Montgomery County Council Appeals Circuit Court Ruling Overturning Cosmetic Pesticides Ban August 16, 2017
    I was disappointed with the recent Circuit Court decision that overruled the ban on certain pesticides in the County, but I am pleased that the Council is appealing this ruling. Having battled breast cancer myself, I am particularly sensitive to the need to limit our exposure to toxic chemicals. I am concerned with the public’s health and welfare, and that a […]
  • Minimum Wage Impact Study August 2, 2017
    Hot off the press: here’s the Montgomery County, Maryland Minimum Wage Increase Impact Study.  The report addresses the impact on the county economy and labor market; the impact on the county government; the impact on county businesses; and the socioeconomic impacts. When the Council reconvenes in the fall we will take up Bill 28-17 that would increase the m […]