From the Council President's Chair, November 6, 2014
Montgomery County Council Seeks Applicants for Positions on Two Task Forces to Study Potential Reforms of the County Procurement System Application Deadline is December 3, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.
Montgomery County makes first move to address Procurement Disparity President Craig L. Rice and Vice President George L. Leventhal are lead sponsors of legislation designed to create more opportunities for minority- and women-owned businesses to win contracts.
Council President Rice, Councilmember Navarro Join Faith Community, Hunger Non-Profits, Giant Food - Council President Rice, Councilmember Navarro Join Faith Community, Hunger Non-Profits, Giant Food
Montgomery County Launches Pedestrian Safety Campaign Educating Students on the Danger of Distracted Walking (Video)
YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE:
#YOLOwalksafe - (see link) Thank you for helping us spread the word about pedestrian safety!
"Human trafficking is one of the fastest growing and profitable criminal enterprises in the world and Maryland is not immune." (Maryland Association of Counties)
MONTGOMERY COUNTY 2015 FISCAL YEAR BUDGET links below
Montgomery County Fiscal Year 2015 Operating Budget and Capital Budget
Local leaders aim for Regional Approach:
After the success late last year in coordinating passage of a minimum wage bill among Montgomery and Prince George’s counties and the District of Columbia, leaders from local jurisdictions will meet periodically to address regional issues. Read the full article..
Council President Craig Rice and Prince George’s County Council Chairman Mel Franklin on "No Boundaries".
Montgomery County Council President Craig Rice and Prince George’s County Council Chairman Mel Franklin exchanged views on numerous issues and shared a few laughs when they were together for the taping of an upcoming edition in the unique series called No Boundaries on County Cable Montgomery (CCM).