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County Planning Trip to El Salvador (VIDEO)

Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett is scheduled to lead a delegation on a five-day trip to sister city Morazán, El Salvador in November. Visit our PEG partner County Cable Montgomery to view more of its local programming.

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Project Search Graduation (VIDEO)

It was a celebration of individuals who have graduated from the county’s Project Search. After ten months interning in various county departments, the group had the opportunity to gain experience and develop specific job skills that should help them grow and thrive in the workplace. Visit our PEG partner County Cable Montgomery to view more […]

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Ad Hoc Committee to Introduce Resolution on Liquor Control

The Montgomery County Council’s Ad Hoc Committee on Liquor Control will introduce a resolution at 9:40 a.m. on Tuesday, June 30, that asks Maryland lawmakers to change State law to permit the wholesale distribution of special order beer and wine products in Montgomery County by private wholesalers. According to a news release, amending Maryland law […]

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Leventhal: County Budget Cuts in Place by August (VIDEO)

Montgomery County Council President George Leventhal said he’s confident county departments will be able to meet a directive from the county executive’s Chief Administrative Officer Timothy Firestine ordering department heads to plan a 2 percent funding reduction for the fiscal year that begins July 1. You can read Firestine’s memo here.

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Leventhal News Briefing (VIDEO)

Montgomery County Council President George Leventhal met with reporters Monday morning for a news briefing during which he discussed the Purple Line; recent Supreme Court decision regarding same-sex marriage and the Affordable Care act; and the county’s financial status. You can watch the entire news conference here:

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Governor Hogan Posts Status Update after First Chemotherapy Treatment

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has posted a status update on his Facebook page after his first round of chemotherapy for cancer of the lymph nodes. “I’m happy to report that things could not be going any better,” Hogan said on his Facebook account. “I just made it through the first 24 hours of chemo. I […]

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“Made in Montgomery” Program Wins Emmy Award (PHOTO & VIDEO)

Congratulations to County Cable Montgomery (CCM) photographer and editor Mike Springirth and producer and reporter Susan Kenedy for winning a regional 2015 Emmy Award in the category of short format program for episode six of “Made in Montgomery.” The Emmy award ceremony was held on June 27th in Bethesda. “Made in Montgomery” is broadcast on […]

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Leggett Reacts to Hogan’s Purple Line Announcement (VIDEO)

In this MyMCMedia Extra video,  Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett shares his reaction to Governor Larry Hogan’s announcement that the Purple Line is moving forward and that other transportation improvements are in the works for improving congestion along I-270 in Montgomery and Frederick counties. Take a look: Related:

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Councilmember Berliner Talks Hogan’s Purple Line Decision (VIDEO)

In this MyMCMedia Extra, Montgomery County Councilmember Roger Berliner said Hogan’s Purple Line decision is a positive announcement but “we need to know the details.” Hogan said, at a news conference on June 25, the project will require an additional investment from both Montgomery and Prince George’s counties. “A little more we can do. A […]

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Council Committee to Receive CCT Update on Monday

Diagram of Corridor Cities Transitway Montgomery County Maryland

A Montgomery County Council Committee will learn more about the status of the Corridor Cities Transitway (CCT) on Monday morning. The Transportation, Infrastructure, Energy and Environment Committee is scheduled to receive an update on the CCT, which is a planned busway extension from the Shady Grove Metrorail Station north to Clarksburg. The Committee is chaired […]

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