Five Things to Know for Oct. 18 in Montgomery County

Here are five things to know today, Oct. 18, in Montgomery County, Maryland:

1. County combats gang violence: State’s Attorney John McCarthy and Police Chief Tom Manger describe how they’ll use new funding to deal with the growing problem of gang violence.

2. Council Committee policy session: The County Council Health and Human Services Committee meets with their Boards and Commissions to discuss priorities and establish goals for next year. Find the HHS staff packet, here.

3. Charter Review Commission public hearing: Residents are invited to share their thoughts on the composition of the County Council and other possible amendments to the Montgomery County Charter at a public hearing scheduled for 7 p.m. Residents can call 240.777.7928 or email to sign up to speak at the hearing.

4. Takoma Park City Council Session: appointments of judges for the 2017 City Election; banning pesticides with neonicotinoids; appointments to Tree Commission are on the agenda for the City Council meeting.

5. Rockville Community Meeting: A meeting at Ritchie Park Elementary School will explore residents opinions on a fourth community recreation center in the city.

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