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Elections

Residents new and old are reminded that Washington Grove is an incorporated municipality governed by its citizens on a volunteer basis. The office of Mayor and at least two of the six Town Council seats are open each year. Any Town resident who is a qualified voter...

Planning Commission Meeting Minutes August 2018

[Town Minutes Archive] 1 August 2018 | Approved: 5 September 2018 <!– in attendance –> Peter Nagrod called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. In attendance were Commissioners Charlie Challstrom, Georgette Cole, Dave Hix, and Deb Mehlferber. Also...

Ordinance 2018-04 Public Hearing

The Town Council will hold a public hearing on Monday, July 9, 2018, 7:30 p.m. in McCathran Hall. The purpose of this hearing is for public testimony regarding Ordinance No. 2018-04 with proposed amendments to the Washington Grove Zoning Ordinance to modify special...

Ordinance 2018-05 Public Hearing

The Town Council will hold a public hearing on Monday, July 9, 2018, 7:30 p.m. in McCathran Hall. The purpose of this hearing is for public testimony regarding Ordinance No. 2018-05 with proposed amendments to Article IV, Building Permit Regulations, to modify and...

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Ordinance 2018-02

The Washington Grove Town Council will hold a public hearing on Monday, June 11, 2018, 7:30 p.m., in McCathran Hall, 300 Grove Ave, Washington Grove, Maryland. The purpose of this hearing is to take public comment on proposed Ordinance 2018-02. This ordinance would...

Thank You to the Audit Committee!

(From Mary Challstrom, Treasurer, Mayor John Compton (2018-19), Mayor Joli McCathran (2014-18) Just a note to clarify responsibilities of the Audit Committee as described at the annual Town Meeting. Members of the Committee, on a rotating basis, open and reconcile the...

Town Meeting Adopts FY 2019 Budget and Tax Rate

The property tax rate for the fiscal year beginning July 1 will increase to the constant yield rate of $0.262/$100 assessed valuation. The dwelling unit charge, tied to the cost of trash and recycling collection, will rise to $130 per dwelling per year, to reflect the...

2018 ELECTION RESULTS

2018 Election Results.pdf Chairman of the Board of Election Supervisors Meredith Horan reported the results of the Town election at the Annual Meeting on May 12, 2018. 198 ballots were cast, including 31 absentee ballots. Mayor: John Compton 106 votes Joli McCathran...

Minutes of Annual Town Meeting 2016

[Minutes Archive] 14 May 2016 | Approved: 13 May 2017 [TC Annual Report – May 14, 2016] <!– in attendance –> Mayor Joli McCathran welcomed everyone and called the 80th Annual Town Meeting to order at 8:00 p.m. There were over 50 residents in...

Meet the Candidates and Town Leaders

On Sunday, May 6, six days before the Town elections, we hope to have a lively candidates forum in McCathran Hall at 3:00 P.M. Please join us! This is your chance to meet the candidates as well as officeholders not currently up for re-election. Come with your...

Town Elections

Town elections will be held on Saturday, May 12, from 4:00-7:00 PM. Any Town resident registered to vote in Montgomery County is qualified. This year there are four Council seats open: two three-year terms, one two-year term and one one-year term. Absentee ballots are...

Town Council Recommends FY 2019 Budget

Mayor Joli McCathran presented a draft budget to the Council for their March 26, 2018 work session. Priorities include continued implementation of the 2015 Forest Stewardship Plan, McCathran Hall foundation repairs, road resurfacing, restoration of walkways, and...

Town Elections Will Be Here Soon

Town elections will be held on Saturday, May 12, from 4:00-7:00 PM. Any Town resident registered to vote in Montgomery County is qualified. Any qualified voter who has lived in Town for two years immediately preceding the election is eligible to run for a one-year...
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