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Message from the Burgess (Summer 2017)

posted Aug 2, 2017, 8:23 AM by Beth Coyne   [ updated Aug 9, 2017, 9:22 AM ]

I want to wish everyone a happy and healthy summer. 

At the last meeting, the budget for next year was approved.  The only change from last year was to add more speed enforcement hours.  Last year we had 50 4-hour patrols for speed enforcement, next year we will have 75 4-hour patrols.  I have also asked the Sheriff’s Department to enforce the "No Trucks" on Petersville Road.  The State Highway Department did a survey of speed on Petersville Road, and it showed that most of the speeding was taking place between noon and 4 PM.  They are going to add some more patrols during that time period.

Unless some unexpected agenda items come up, the July meeting will be cancelled.

You may have noticed that the water was off for about half an hour last Thursday.  It was something in Brunswick and was back up quickly.

Be safe.   Tom...

Archived Newsflash (11/21/16)

posted Jul 14, 2017, 8:21 AM by Beth Coyne

INCOMING FUNDS (Nov 21):  You may have seen in the Frederick News Post that Frederick County owes the State of Maryland money from a mistake in the distribution of income taxes. Well, the good news is Maryland owes Rosemont $10,000.  We got a call from the Comptroller’s office saying the money is on the way.

MESSAGE FROM THE BURGESS (Spring 2017)

posted Jun 12, 2017, 9:22 AM by Beth Coyne   [ updated Jun 12, 2017, 9:29 AM ]

Hi Folks.

Here is some information from the last meeting:

Bulk trash pick up will be April 29. Please put your stuff out on Friday evening.  No tires, batteries, or hazardous materials.

Rosemont Elections will be Saturday, May 6, from 10:00 to 2:00 at Merryland Park. People running are as follows:  Burgess--Tom Watson; Commissioners--Steve Harshman, Joe Wiles, Dave Blackmon, and John Leach.

Work is soon to begin on the property on the south side of Rt. 17 that is in Rosemont.  This will all be open space with a dog park, garden space, and a parking lot..  The plans call for it to be well landscaped.  It will be called Overlook Park.

The next Rosemont meeting will be Monday, June 5.  The budget will be voted on at this meeting.    

--"Tom"

Agenda for June 5 Village Meeting

posted May 30, 2017, 5:31 AM by Beth Coyne   [ updated May 30, 2017, 5:34 AM ]

Agenda for June 5 Village Meeting (7pm, Merryland Park): Vote on the 2017-2018 budget.

MESSAGE FROM THE BURGESS (Winter 2016)

posted Apr 5, 2017, 3:45 PM by Beth Coyne

Hi Folks,

I wish everyone a very merry Christmas and a happy holiday.

 At the November meeting our auditor presented the audit for last year.  Good news, we had a budget surplus of $18,000 and on top of that, we are getting $10,000 from the State.  Somehow the State miscalculated the amount of income tax we were to receive. We plan to put this money into savings to replace the money we spent on the water lines.

 You may have noticed that Brunswick Crossing is building on the south side of Rt. 17.  None of these buildings will be in the section of land that is in Rosemont.  The plan calls for a parking lot and open space.  It looks like it is close, but it is not in Rosemont.

 The next Rosemont meeting will be March 20, 2017.  At this meeting, we will nominate the Burgess and Commissioners for the next 2 years.  Also, at this meeting I will present the budget for next year.

 Looking forward to seeing everyone at the March meeting

Agenda for March 20, 2017 Village Meeting

posted Mar 13, 2017, 5:13 PM by Beth Coyne   [ updated Mar 13, 2017, 5:23 PM ]

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Presentation by Sustainable Maryland; 

Discussion of:

  • donation request from the Brunswick Little League; 
  • bulk trash dates for this spring; 
  • moving some money to savings; 

Presentations on:

  • information on the "End of State Maintenance” signs;
  • plan for the Overlook Park, in Brunswick Crossing on the south side of Rt 17;
  • 2017-18 budget;

Nominations for Burgess and Commissioners;

Appointment of Linda Moss as election Judge.

Message from Burgess (Summer 2016)

posted Dec 20, 2016, 11:05 AM by Beth Coyne

Hi Folks, 

We do not have anything on the agenda for this month’s meeting so we will cancel the meeting.  The next meeting will be September 26.

I have noticed quite a few houses for sale in Rosemont.  If you have a new neighbor, ask them to check our web site or email me so I can add them to our email list.

Now that it is summer and people are working in their yards.  I want to remind you that you can take yard waste to the Brunswick drop off.  However, you will need a card from Rosemont to do that.  The Brunswick workers do not know who lives in Rosemont without the card.  If you need a card you can contact Dave Blackmon or email me, and we will see you get one.

 Have a great summer.

Agenda for the 11/27/16 Village Meeting

posted Nov 27, 2016, 11:31 AM by Beth Coyne   [ updated Nov 27, 2016, 11:32 AM ]

7 pm, Merryland Park.  Presentation of last year’s audit.  Update from Kathy Afzali on the happenings in Annapolis.  The Commissioners will vote on where to invest some cash.

Autumn 2016 News Flashes

posted Nov 27, 2016, 11:27 AM by Beth Coyne

PREDATOR ALERT (OCT. 1) Something or a pack of somethings killed five large domestic geese near a house on Petersville Rd. between 7:30 & 9:00 pm Friday.  Two carcasses and three missing birds.  There have been an above average number of reports of predator attacks throughout the Rosemont/Knoxville/Jefferson area since spring.  Be Aware.

SEPTEMBER ROSEMONT VILLAGE MEETING WAS CANCELLED as the Lion's Club building is under renovation and there is no pressing business. Next meeting will be in November.

Livable Frederick

posted Sep 21, 2016, 1:33 PM by Beth Coyne

PREVIOUSLY POSTED AS NEWS FLASH.  

County Executive Jan Gardner has invited residents to create a community-based vision for Frederick County through an innovative public outreach plan.  Her long-range comprehensive planning process called Livable Frederick will gather public input through a survey and public presentations with a “vision book” to help shape the future of the county.

“I’m excited to launch this unique community outreach plan to create a vision to guide us in moving forward,” said Executive Gardner.  “We’re taking Livable Frederick throughout the community utilizing the latest technologies and we encourage everyone to participate.”

 There are many ways to take part in the vision survey, whether on paper, computer or mobile device from home, a local library or other locations.  The survey will be available at www.LivableFrederick.org from May 16 through September 16.  Then, the committee will draft a vision for further public review in November.

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