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Our next meeting will be our annual potluck Holiday party on Tuesday December 12th in the Pump House at 401 S. Horners Lane.

The Holiday Party is pot-luck, ERCA will provide drinks and paper goods. We’ll be celebrating the Christmas season as well as the first night of Chanukah. If you’re able to help set up and do some light decorating, please meet us at 6:30 p.m. Help with cleanup is always appreciated.

There will be a story and song time for little ones, pre-K (or smaller) through 3rd grade, in the Pump House kitchen from 6:30-7:00 p.m. Mr. Chas will play a few holiday songs and Mr. David will read a story. We ask that parents bring cookies or other snacks to share, and ERCA will provide hot cocoa and water.

We need a couple of volunteers to drive around and help judge our mostly no-rules holiday outdoor d├ęcor competition. Judging is tentatively set for Tuesday, December 19 beginning at 6:30 p.m., but depending on availability of judges can occur anytime between Sunday, December 17 and Wednesday, December 20. Final date will be posted on the ERCA website in early December.

General ERCA Information

If you cannot attend please email us your thoughts by clicking the "email ERCA" link on this page.The subdivisions of East Rockville are Burgandy Hills, Burgundy Knolls, Burgundy Village, Croydon Park, England’s Second Addition, Harriet Park, Janeta, Maryvale, Redgate Farms, and Rockville Park. Do I live in East Rockville? Follow this link for a map.The East Rockville Civic Association (ERCA) was established in 1981 to represent the ten subdivisions of East Rockville. Our purpose is to provide members of this community with a voice on matters that impact our neighborhood. For nearly twenty years, ERCA has been working for our community. We meet every second Tuesday of the month at 7:30 in the Pump House at 401 South Horners Lane. If you would like to know more about ERCA please send an email to president.erca@gmail.com You can also SUBSCRIBE to this site by entering your email in the box at the very bottom of this page. This will get you automatic email updates when changes are made to this site.Thank you for visiting.

How to contact ERCA

President - Suzan Pitman, president.erca@gmail.com

Vice President - Chas Hausheer, vp.erca@gmail.com

Secretary - Stephen Pollock, scpollock@gmail.com

Treasurer - Kashi Way, treas.erca@gmail.com

Snail Mail: ERCA, PO BOX 10126, Rockville, MD 20849

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Friday, December 1, 2017

Rockville News: December 2017

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eNeighborhood News | December

Let’s just take a moment right off the bat for us to wish you a very happy and festive season from our Rockville family to yours! We think you’re awesome!
Just a reminder that City Hall and other facilities will be closed Monday, Dec. 25 for Christmas Day and Monday, Jan. 1 for New Year’s Day. City Hall will also be closed 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 7, for an annual recognition event for city employees.
Have Your Say on a New Police Chief
Did you take the survey to help Rockville find its new police chief? If not, better hurry -- the deadline to take the survey is today!

Name the New Park
That’s right, Rockville needs a name for a new 6.4-acre park planned for the former site of Chestnut Lodge at 500 W. Montgomery Ave. Send your suggestions to us by Tuesday, Dec. 19 to be considered. Either email cityclerk@rockvillemd.gov or mail them the old-fashioned way to City Clerk/Director of Council Operations Office, 111 Maryland Ave., Rockville, MD 20850.

Whew, What a Year
2017 is nearly over, so “Rockville Reports” took its annual look back over a hectic year for the city, from a new city manager to the 60th anniversary of the Pinneberg-Rockville sister city connection to a perfect score for LGBTQ support. You can also see the Maryland Women’s Business Center’s year in review.

Next in Budget Discussions: Water and Sewer Rates
Following two public hearings on the Fiscal Year 2019 budget in the fall, the Mayor and Council are turning their attention in December to the city’s water and sewer rates, while continuing to seek input online about the community’s budget priorities. City staff will give a presentation about Rockville’s water and sewer rates during the Mayor and Council meeting on Monday, Dec. 11. A public hearing on Monday, Jan. 8 will give community members an opportunity to provide feedback.

Mayor and Council Testimony Calls for School Renovations
In November, the Mayor and Council advocated their priorities for city schools before the Montgomery County Public Schools Board of Education. They also set their legislative priorities for the Maryland General Assembly’s 90-day session, which begins Jan. 10, and presented those priorities to the Montgomery County Delegation on Nov. 13.

Community Organizations Invited to Apply for Grants
Nonprofits supporting the advancement of education and community engagement are invited to apply for grants that Rockville issues annually to local  organizations that partner with the city to enhance quality of life of Rockville residents. Applications are due by 5 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 20.

Peerless Rockville Honors the Peerless in Rockville
Efforts to preserve Rockville’s historic and architectural character were recognized Nov. 3 at Peerless Rockville’s 38th annual awards ceremony. RockvilleReports.com has the list.

Meet the Leaders of Tomorrow
Julius West Middle School students from the Jaguar Scholars Leadership Program – a group of high-achieving Latino and African-American youth, met with Mayor Bridget Donnell Newton, City Manager Rob DiSpirito and County Councilmember Sidney Katz on Oct. 30 at City Hall. Find video of the visit in a “Rock 11 Now Weekly” report.

Looking for a Really Worthwhile Gift?
How about giving a Rockville Rewards card as a gift this holiday season? That way, you’ll not only be giving a present to that special someone, but also giving back to the Rockville community. Nonprofits sell Rockville Rewards cards and keep 100 percent of the proceeds to support programs such as scholarships, homeless shelters and free medical clinics. You get a discount at nearly 145 area businesses. And the cards only cost $25. What a deal!

More Neighborhood News
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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Rockville 2040 - Upcoming Open House


Stonestreet Corridor Study

Good Evening, Stonestreet Corridor Study Community:

The next community meeting for the Stonestreet Corridor Study is scheduled for Tuesday, December 5 at 7:00 p.m. at the Lincoln Park Community Center, 357 Frederick Ave, Rockville.

At the kickoff meeting in May, several  opportunity spots were identified within the Study area, including the MCPS sites on N. Stonestreet, the former WINX site, the Park Road area where it intersects with N. Stonestreet, and the Rockville Metro/transit station area.  At the meeting on Dec. 5, we’ll ask for your thoughts on potential redevelopment concepts/visions for these areas.

Similar to the format in October, we’ll start the meeting with a presentation and then move into an open house format where you can take as much or as little time as needed to review the materials at each station, talk with staff, and share your feedback.

Hope to see you there,

Andrea
Andrea Gilles
City of Rockville
Community Planning & Development Services Department
Direct: 240-314-8273

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