Gansler to announce bid for governor Tuesday in Rockville
Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler is expected to be in Rockville Tuesday to kick of his campaign for Maryland governor and is expected to announce his candidacy in the Democratic primary. He’s planned a tour stop at Montgomery County Courthouse Square, 12:30 p.m.
The announced Democratic candidates are Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and state Del. Heather Mizeur, of Montgomery County. Republican candidates include Harford County Executive David R. Craig, state Del. Ron George of Anne Arundel County and Charles Lollar, a Charles County business executive.
Public hearing set for proposed changes to city’s growth ordinance
During its regular meeting next week, the Rockville City Council will hold a public hearing on proposed changes to the city’s Adequate Public Facilities Standards (APFS), a set of rules meant to balance growth and development with the city’s ability to provide certain resources. View proposed changes submitted by Council Members John Hall Jr. and Tom Moore and changes proposed by developers at the city’s website.
>>>If you go: Public hearing on APFS, 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 30 at Rockville City Hall.
Montgomery College receives $250,000 federal grant from U.S. Citizenship
and Immigration Services
The grant will help support citizenship preparation services for permanent residents, Maryland Congressman Chris Van Hollen’s office announced. The college anticipates that 600 permanent residents will receive citizenship instruction and 300 permanent residents will receive naturalization application services.
Montgomery County cyclists are riding for climate change
A cadre of Montgomery County cyclists are embarking on a 300-mile charity bike ride that began in Manhattan on Saturday and is expected to end in Washington, DC on Wednesday (>>>See: Pedal Power: Montgomery County Cyclists Train for Charity Ride From Manhattan to Washington, DC). Track their progress on Facebook.
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