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Holiday Giving Serves Thousands The City of Gaithersburg will be serving approximately 785 households through its Holiday Giving program. These families include about 1,660 children, 1,000 of whom are under the age of 10. The city’s distribution took place on…

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Need for Performing Arts Venue Under Consideration The Cultural Arts Advisory Committee is looking into the feasibility of a large performing arts venue for the City of Gaithersburg. At the Mayor and City Council’s Oct. 23 meeting, Jim Hoehn, committee…

Candidates Discuss Challenges Facing City

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Residents are encouraged to vote for candidates Jud Ashman, Jim McNulty, Mike Sesma, Laurie-Anne Sayles, and Yvette Monroe in the City of Gaithersburg Nov. 7 election.

Mayor Jud Ashman is running unopposed in the City of Gaithersburg Nov. 7 election. At the Kentlands Citizens Assembly’s Candidates Night on Oct. 11, he joked, “I like my chances.” But then he quickly struck a more serious tone, underscoring…

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Register to Vote in City Elections The City of Gaithersburg elections for mayor and two City Council positions will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 7. Mayor Jud Ashman is running for re-election unopposed. Four candidates—Yvette Monroe and Michael A. Sesma,…

Bus #201 Offers Convenient Run to BWI Marshall

By Kira Sansone Although the holidays may seem far away, it’s never too early to start planning for travel during the busiest time of the year. The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) #201 bus offers services from the Gaithersburg Park and…

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Public Hearing Planned for Proposed ROW Regulations The Mayor and City Council will hold a public hearing on Oct. 2, 7:30 p.m. at City Hall on proposed regulations for the installations of private facilities in roads and public rights-of-way (ROW)…

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Year-Round Lights Considered for Market Square City Manager Tony Tomasello said that the city is considering a request by Kentlands Under the Lights organizers to make event lights more of a year-round feature of the city park. He told the…

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CalAtlantic Builder for Enclave at Quince Orchard CalAtlantic Homes, the contract purchaser for The Enclave at Quince Orchard that was formerly known as the Johnson Property, shared plans with the community at a July 26 meeting at Thurgood Marshall Elementary.…