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Wed. Sept. 22 Joint TC, PC, HPC Meeting to Discuss Demolition of Historic Structures

A virtual joint public meeting will be held by the Town Council, the Planning Commission, and the Historic Preservation Commission on Wednesday September 22nd at 7:30p. The meeting will begin with a presentation by Fred Strachura, President of the Maryland Association...

Agenda for September 15, 2021 Planning Commission Session to Work on the Comprehensive Plan

Thursday, September 15, 2021 | 7:30 p.m. Remote Zoom Meeting Access Online Via Zoom—To join the Zoom meeting use: https://zoom.us/j/781347688 Or Dialing in to: 301-715-8592 and Follow instructions. Meeting ID is 781 347 688. The current draft (and previous...

Agenda for September 2, 2021 Planning Commission Session to Work on the Comprehensive Plan

Thursday, September 2, 2021 | 7:30 p.m. Remote Zoom Meeting Access Online Via Zoom—To join the Zoom meeting use: https://zoom.us/j/781347688 Or Dialing in to: 301-715-8592 and Follow instructions. Meeting ID is 781 347 688. The current draft (and previous...

Town Meeting Adopts FY 2022 Budget and Tax Rate

Maryland law requires municipal budgets to be adopted by ordinance. On May 17, the Town Council affirmed the action taken by the May 8 Town Meeting and enacted Ordinance 2021-05 adopting the identical budget and tax rates.

Town Council Meeting Minutes April 2021

[ Minutes Archive ] 12 April 2021 | Approved ( as Amended ) 17 May 2021 TC REPORT – April 2021 – Approved: 22 April 2021 The unprecedented emergency health crisis poses a challenge to all – individually and collectively. To protect ourselves and do...

Annual Town Elections 05.08.21

The Election is May 8: vote-by-mail and absentee ballots will be available beginning April 19. *See [ https://washingtongrovemd.org/government/government-overview/elections/ ] for more information Offices open: Mayor (one year-term) Town Council (three year-terms, two...

Town Elections…Only 4 Months Away!

Let’s bring talk of elections back into the news! In Washington Grove election day will be Saturday, May 8. Nominations close April 12. Open this year will be the Mayor’s office, a one-year term; and two Council seats with three-year terms. Irregularity-free and, for...

Yard Signs, Political and Other

In this political season it is not unusual to see signs of support for candidates in many yards. Residents are reminded that such signs should only be displayed on private property per Article VII, Section 6.3 (a). “Signs are permitted in each zone subject to the...
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