Leadership Montgomery engages local leaders through education, awareness and engagement to community development and…More improvement. The goal is to bring together government, business and non-profit leaders together across the generations.
The programs focus on county issues, including communities, transportation, education, public safety, sustainability, multiculturalism and the arts.
Exxon Rockville is a full service station with gas, service and a convenience store located down the street from…More White Flint Mall.
The fuel pumps are opened 24 hours a day. It also has two public restrooms.
The ASE technicians here can do manufacturer schedule service, minor repairs, air conditioning service, safety inspections. All work is done with ExxonMobil products. Work can be done on any foreign or domestic vehicle.
The convenience store is stocked with coffee, cappuccino, chips, candy, ice and newspapers. It also offers propane recharge/refills.
The nine-member Montgomery County Council meets in session every Tuesday and throughout the week in legislative…More committees focusing on education; health and human services; management and fiscal policy; planning, housing and economic development, public safety and transportation, infrastructure, energy and environment.
The council comprises five members elected from districts and four elected at large countywide. Council members are elected to four year terms. All nine seats are up for election in the same year.
The council president and vice president are elected by their colleagues and serve one-year terms.
The council meets at the Stella B. Werner Council Office Building, which has hearing rooms on the third and seventh floors and offices for legislative staff.