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November 2019 Neighbor to Neighbor News
Posted on Nov 4th, 2019 Comments (0)
Happy November! Next HOA meeting is Wednesday November 13th, 7:00 pm at the Rockshire Community Room.  The board will vote to adopt the proposed 2020 budget that was distributed to the community.
Parking Lot Surface Repairs
A contractor will be performing some crack sealing work on the parking lot surfaces in the townhome areas between November 5 and 7.  The planned schedule is as follows:
Day 1: November 5 – Monet and half of Gormley adjacent to Monet, Ritchfield, Ingleside
Day 2: November 6 – Chantilly, Paulsboro, Kirkfield
Day 3: November 7 – Norhcliffe and half of Gormley adjacent to Northcliffe, Pender, Marwood
Rockshire Village Shopping Center Update
The City of Rockville published the report that was done by the consulting firm Rhodeside & Harwell that was hired by the city to research and report on the feedback from the member of the community and other sources regarding the future of the Rockshire Shopping Mall property.  The report is available here:
The board has received several questions and concerns from the community members regarding the new fence installed around the shopping center, the availability of parking spaces in the near future, potential exposure to hazardous materials and air pollution during demolition and construction, etc.
We checked with the City of Rockville department of Planning and Development, and received confirmation that at this stage, no imminent demolition and construction work is to take place.  The property owners and developers will schedule additional meeting with the community in the future, as they proceed with the development application process.
Pedestrian and Traffic Safety Campaign
We have installed some signs around the community asking drivers to slow down and be more careful of children on our community’s streets.  Other measures include repairing existing speed bumps and installing new speed bumps in additional spots.  We appreciate drivers’ attention to kids, pedestrians, and other drivers on our streets, and we also ask parent to talk to their children about safe practices when walking or playing outside.
Club Room Rental
The pool season may be over, but the Club Room is still available for parties and events. Visit for rental information and application form.
The State Highway Administration to host public workshops to provide an overview of plans for I- 270 between I- 370 and I-70
Posted on Oct 28th, 2019 Comments (0)
Dear Residents,
The State Highway Administration will host a series of public workshops in Frederick and Montgomery counties in mid-November to provide an overview of plans for Interstate 270 between interstates 370 and 70. The workshops will be held from 6:30-8:30 p.m. as follows:
  1. Tuesday, Nov. 12 at Clarksburg High School, 22500 Wims Road, Clarksburg.
  2. Wednesday, Nov. 13 at Lincoln Recreation Center, Lincoln Elementary School, 200 Madison Street, Frederick.
  3. Wednesday, Nov. 20 at the Urbana Fire Department Banquet Hall, 3602 Urbana Pike, Frederick.
  4. Thursday, Nov. 21 at the Activity Center at Bohrer Park, 506 South Frederick Avenue, Gaithersburg.
The workshops will provide an overview of the pre-National Environmental Policy Act activities and the NEPA process; discuss the transportation needs of the corridor; and identify potential solutions and existing environmental considerations. 
Pre-NEPA activities include a review of existing and future traffic, roadway, and environmental conditions to inform the development of alternatives. There will be a brief presentation at 7 p.m. during each workshop. Attendees will be able to review display boards and meet with SHA staff. 
Meeting materials, including an online presentation, will be available at