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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.
You may have noticed activity at the Rosemont Alliance Church. Well, the church property has been sold. The new owner is the Potomac Believers Fellowship. The Potomac Believers have recently been meeting in the upstairs of the bus garage on Maple Ave. in Brunswick. They are working to make repairs so they can start having their services in Rosemont soon.
The next Rosemont Village Meeting will be March 28. The budget will be presented then. I will send out an agenda next month.
Voting on Proposed Budget. Unless there is some unexpected agenda item, there will be no meeting in July.
As we start the new year and are now in the darkest part of the year, please keep your eyes open for suspicious activity. We had a report of a possible break-in on Christmas Eve. If you see something that doesn't look right, call 911 and let the police check it out. Another good thing is to have lights on outside at night. With the new bulbs that only use 13 watts, it's not expensive to leave security lights on all night. I wish everyone a safe and happy new year.
Agenda: Mr Seamus Mooney, Director of Emergency Preparedness for Frederick County to talk about the Frederick County Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan. We will also discuss the bulk trash pick up for the spring, present the proposed 2016-2017 budget, and discuss a donation request from the Brunswick Railroaders Little League.
Agenda: Mr Seamus Mooney, Director of Emergency Preparedness for Frederick County to talk about the Frederick County Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan. We will also discuss the bulk trash pick up for the spring.
The next regular Rosemont meeting will be held this Monday, November 30, 7 PM at Merryland Park.
The agenda for the meeting: vote on the mowing contract extension; receive the audit for FY15 from the auditor ; public comment.
The audit should be posted here on our web site next week.
The meeting will start at 7pm at Merryland Park Agenda: Review of mowing contract (due soon for renewal) and then public comment.
I want to tell you about some things that were discussed at the last Rosemont meeting.
Bulk trash pick-up will be Saturday April 18. Put you stuff out on Friday night and Jesse will be early Saturday morning. No tires, batteries, or hazardous material.
Rosemont elections will be Saturday May 2 from 10am to 2 pm at Merryland Park. Those running for election are: Tom Watson (Burgess), Steve Harshman, Joe Wiles, Dave Blackmon, and John Leach (Commissioners).
The playground at the park will have new mulch put down this month. Dave Frye is installing playground certified mulch and installing a weed barrier.
The commission voted to not have a picnic this year.
The Proposed budget for next year is posted here. The budget will be voted on at the next meeting.
The next Rosemont meeting will be Monday June 1, 7pm at Merryland Park.
I want to thank the commissioners for agreeing to serve for two more years. We need to have people willing to serve on the commission in order to stay a municipality.
Any questions, give me a call or email.
Monday June 1, 7pm at Merryland Park.
1. Budget approval;
2. Visit from Mr. David E. Vogt, State Representative to Maryland House of Delegates