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MC and City Create Custom Management Training Program

Photo | Pam Schipper

On Feb. 8, 27 city managers graduated from the inaugural supervisory management training program given by the Montgomery College Gaithersburg Business Training Center.

City of Gaithersburg supervisors from a variety of departments recently graduated from the city’s inaugural, 10-week supervisory management training program that was created with and given by the Montgomery College Gaithersburg Business Training Center (GBTC). On Monday, Feb. 8, 27…

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City Receives Positive Ratings in Survey The city recently announced the results of their annual Citizen Survey, and more than eight in 10 residents described the city as an “excellent” or “good” place to live. Conducted by the National Research…

City Fights for Full Interchange

The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) is contemplating changes to the full diamond Watkins Mill Interchange, scheduled for construction this year. The project is fully funded, but SHA cancelled bids in November without informing the City of Gaithersburg. In an…

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Budget Forum Set Want your voice heard on how the City of Gaithersburg spends its money? Clear the evening of Feb. 8 because the city wants to hear from you. Gaithersburg Mayor Jud Ashman and the City Council will host the annual Budget Public Forum at City Hall beginning…

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City Awarded Grant Money Through State Program The City of Gaithersburg has been awarded a $100,000 grant to go toward construction for the new Olde Towne Park Plaza at the intersection of Summit and Diamond avenues. The money comes through…

No Sure Footing for 112 Ridgepoint Place

In late March 2014, the townhome at 112 Ridgepoint Place was one of two condemned by the City of Gaithersburg following the partial Quince Orchard retaining wall collapse. A review of Kentlands Citizens Assembly documents from 1992 to 2014 revealed…