The Planning Commission is scheduled to give the Mayor and Council its Annual Report for 2010 at the June 20 meeting.
Each year, the Planning Commission highlights for the Mayor and Council the work the group has accomplished in the past year. The Planning Commission is charged with formulating a master plan for the City and revising the plan when necessary.
Find out what the Rockville City Council is talking about during the City Council talk show, "111 Maryland Avenue." Pilot episodes aired lived Friday, May 13, and then throughout the following week on Rockville 11. For residents who missed the show, they can see it online at www.rockvillemd.gov/rockville11/index.html.
The Mayor and Council voted in January to move forward with a Rockville 11 production of a roundtable talk show featuring two members of the council discussing the top issues in Rockville. Susan Kenedy, host of County Cable Montgomery, was chosen to serve as moderator of the show. The Mayor and Council will have to decide whether to continue the program regularly.
Always wanted to know what's going on in City Hall, but weren't sure how to navigate the departments? Come out to the City Booth at Hometown Holidays on Memorial Day weekend when you can get a more informal look at the city.
The City Booth offers you the chance to have your questions answered in a more casual atmosphere. It will be open and staffed with volunteers from 1-7 p.m. Saturday, May 28, and Sunday, May 29.
The City Booth is located on Maryland Avenue near the corner of East Montgomery Avenue. And to make it even more fun, Rockville 11 (cable channel 11) will be just up the street doing a live TV show.
Get ready to experience the best live show in Rockville: Hometown Holidays Live! You have the chance to be a part of a live television show in Town Square. Rockville 11 will be broadcasting live from Hometown Holidays on Saturday, May 28, and you can be a part of the show. With live interviews, special guests and fan participation.