Glenn Orlin

June 27, 2017 | Staff Writer

New Security Screening Equipment Installed at Council Office Building in Rockville

New metal detectors are being installed at the Council Office Building at 100 Maryland Avenue in Rockville. “It’s to screen materials that are coming into the building, to provide more security for everybody in the building, not just the Councilmembers,” explained Glenn Orlin, deputy Council administrator. Beginning on July 5, all visitors to the building will […]

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April 6, 2017 | Sonya Burke

UPDATED: Council Unanimously Approves Security Checkpoints for Council Office Building (VIDEO)

UPDATED Soon, visitors to the Council Office Building (COB) at 100 Maryland Avenue in downtown Rockville will have to pass thru a security checkpoint to enter the building. MyMCMedia’s Sonya Burke reports. On Tuesday, Councilmembers unanimously approved a special appropriations request of $302,000 for the installation and staffing for security checkpoints at the COB entrances […]

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March 3, 2016 | Staff Writer

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Westbard Sector Plan and MCPS (VIDEO)

The Council’s PHED Committee discussed the Westbard Sector Plan and the impact on transportation and schools at a meeting on Feb. 29th. During that meeting, Council President Nancy Floreen stressed that officials were looking at a 20 year plan. Take a look:

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March 3, 2015 | Krista Brick

County Council Postpones Discussion on Major Renovations to Council Office Building

A discussion on a proposal that could have the county council government either moving out of its space on Maryland Avenue and into a another county-owned building in Rockville or renovate its current building was pulled from the Government Operations and Fiscal Policy committee meeting scheduled for Thursday. According to Adam Fogel, chief of staff […]

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April 3, 2013 | Staff Writer

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Glenn Orlin Anticipates Funding for Transportation Projects (Video)

Glenn Orlin, Deputy Staff Director for Montgomery County Council spoke at the Harry Sanders Memorial dedication ceremony on March 28. Sanders, who passed away three years ago, is remembered for his advocacy work for the proposed 16-mile Purple Line.

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