Category: City News

City Considers Amendments to Regulations for Small Cells

Photo | Submitted Industry provider Crown Castle shared this example of light pole mounted equipment with the City of Gaithersburg

The Mayor and City Council, at its Dec. 18, 2018 meeting, approved the introduction of amendments to regulations adopted in December 2017 that govern the installation of small cell/wireless facilities within city rights-of-ways (ROWs). Staff proposed these amendments in response…

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Register for Gaithersburg Spring Chorus The Gaithersburg Chorus, a non-audition ensemble, begins formal weekly rehearsals on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Activity Center at Bohrer Park. The chorus is a class, with sessions in the…

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Photo | City of Gaithersburg Rob Garretson, chair of the Kentlands Community Foundation, and Elisabeth Monaco, Foundation executive director, present a check for $11,000 to the City of Gaithersburg for its Dolores C. Swoyer Scholarship Fund.

Kentlands Community Foundation Donates $11K The Kentlands/Lakelands 5K, hosted by the Kentlands Community Foundation in partnership with the City of Gaithersburg, benefits local charities. On Monday, Dec. 3, the Foundation presented the city with a check for $11,000 for the…

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Gaithersburg Celebrates GIS Day With a Week of Activities The City of Gaithersburg celebrates GIS Day, an annual global event, in November with discussions and activities designed to promote geography awareness and showcase Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and how they…

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Holiday Giving Program Underway Monetary donations are now being accepted for the 2018 Gaithersburg Holiday Giving Program. The city anticipates serving more than 600 families at Thanksgiving and more than 1,500 children during the December holidays this year. Monetary and…

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Suspicious Person, 10/8/18. A suspicious person who was allegedly hiding in some bushes at Midtown and Booth Street was reported to the police. Nothing was found. In addition, several people claimed to have seen a similar person or a different…

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Rotary Plans Luncheon for World Polio Day The Rotary Club of Gaithersburg will hold its second annual “End Polio” luncheon on Oct. 23 at the Holiday Inn to mark World Polio Day. Non-Rotarians are invited to attend, with advance registration.…

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8.31.18, 100 block of Main Street—assault 8.31.18, unit block of Golden Ash Way—burglary 9.1.18, liquor law violation—300 block of Main Street 9.5.18, 1300 block of Main Mews—theft (illegal use of credit card) 9.6.18, 500 block of Sheila Street—theft 9.10.18, 700…

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7.24.18, 900 block of Hillside Lake Terrace—theft; confidence game 7.25.18, 200 block of Kentlands Boulevard—theft 7.26.18, 100 block of Edison Park Drive—assault 7.26.18, 300 block of Kentlands Boulevard—making a false police report 7.28.18, 200 block of Kentlands Boulevard—theft 7.28.18, 100…

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City Hosts School Supply Drive The City of Gaithersburg Educational Enrichment Committee is working with the Gaithersburg Youth Club and Student Union and other local businesses and organizations to collect school supplies that will be donated to area educators. The…