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County Executive Marc Elrich Announces Successful Sale of Revenue Bonds that Saves Taxpayers Nearly $8 million

County Executive Marc Elrich Announces Successful Sale of Revenue Bonds that Saves Taxpayers Nearly $8 million. Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich announced that the County successfully completed the sale of $46,100,000 of Revenue Bonds to refund two series of outstanding Alcohol Beverage Services (ABS, formerly known as Department of Liquor Control, or DLC) bonds. This sale saved the County approximately 16 percent over the original cost of the bonds, which equals almost $8 million in savings.
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Weekly Message From County Executive Marc Elrich

We continue to make tremendous progress in our fight against COVID-19. Our test positivity rate and our cases per 100,000 have consistently been among the lowest in the State. More than 60 percent of our residents have received their second shot. The big news is that Montgomery County is No....
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County Executive Marc Elrich and Councilmember Evan Glass Commemorate Pride Month with Progress Pride Flag Raising Ceremony

County Executive Marc Elrich and Councilmember Evan Glass Commemorate Pride Month with Progress Pride Flag Raising Ceremony. on Monday, June 7th, County Executive Marc Elrich, Councilmember Evan Glass, and other Councilmembers joined together to officially commemorate Pride Month in Montgomery County by raising the Progress Pride Flag in Rockville outside of the Executive Office Building. Since 2019, Councilmember Glass has spearheaded this annual commemoration and organized numerous community events to promote acceptance and inclusion across the community.
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Statement from Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich on Antisemitism

Statement from Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich on Antisemitism. Antisemitic language, threats, and actions have no place in Montgomery County, our state, and throughout our nation and world. Similar to recent violence and vitriol against our Asian American and Pacific Islander communities, the Jewish community of Montgomery County understandably is alarmed by the rise in antisemitic incidents that are currently occurring in our society.
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Message on Reopening From County Executive Marc Elrich

All COVID-19 capacity restrictions and many face covering requirements will be lifted tomorrow, Friday, May 28. This is happening because a majority of our residents are fully vaccinated, which is great news. You can see more about vaccination rates on the County’s COVID-19 information page and on the CDC information page.
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Marc Elrich Submits Letter to WMATA Requesting White Flint Metro Station to be Renamed ‘North Bethesda Metro Station’

Marc Elrich Submits Letter to WMATA Requesting White Flint Metro Station to be Renamed ‘North Bethesda Metro Station’. Last week, Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich submitted a letter to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) requesting the renaming of the White Flint Metro Station to be named the “North Bethesda Metro Station.”
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Statement from Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich on the County Council Passing the Fiscal Year 2022 Operating Budget

Statement from Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich on the County Council Passing the Fiscal Year 2022 Operating Budget. Yesterday the Montgomery County Council reached a preliminary agreement on my recommended fiscal year 2022 (FY 22) operating and capital budgets. I want to thank the Council for their thoughtful review, analysis, and questions regarding my budget proposals. To have the executive and legislative branch agreeing on virtually all of the total budget is a big win for our County residents.
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County Executive Marc Elrich Announces Reimagining School Safety and Students’ Well-Being Steering Committee Members

County Executive Marc Elrich Announces Reimagining School Safety and Students’ Well-Being Steering Committee Members. In April, Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich was joined by members of the County Council, members of the Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS), MCPS Board of Education, Department of Health and Human Services (MCHSS) and the Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD) to announce the launch of “The Reimagining School Safety and Students’ Well-Being Initiative” (RSSSW) – an interagency partnership to address school safety and student well-being. To watch this announcement, click here.
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Weekly Message from County Executive Marc Elrich

Weekly Message from County Executive Marc Elrich. We continue to head in the right direction in terms of the number of cases, positivity rates and vaccination rates. We are the second lowest in terms of positivity rates in Maryland (and the lowest among the big counties) and the fourth lowest case rate in the nation amongst jurisdictions over 800,000.
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Marc Elrich Announces Agreement That Will Enable County to Transition More Than 40 Buses from Diesel to Electric Power

Marc Elrich Announces Agreement That Will Enable County to Transition More Than 40 Buses from Diesel to Electric Power. Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich today announced an agreement with AlphaStruxure, a leader in Energy as a Service (EaaS) solutions, to deploy an integrated microgrid and electric bus charging infrastructure project at the Brookville Bus Depot, 8710 Brookville Rd, in Silver Spring. The project will enable at least 44 buses in the Ride On Montgomery County’s transit fleet to transition from diesel to electric power. This event, advancing the County’s goal to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2035, reducing lifetime emissions by over 155,000 tons, while delivering resilience to climate events and power outages.
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Statement from Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich on the I-495 Decision

Statement from Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich on the I-495 Decision. From my first day as County Executive, I have asked the Governor to take a different approach toward his plans for I-270 and Beltway expansion. I am pleased that today’s announcement changes the Recommended Preferred Alternative to “No Action” for I-495 east of Old Georgetown Road.
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Weekly Message From County Executive Marc Elrich

Weekly Message From County Executive Marc Elrich. Today is Nurse Appreciation Day, which is a great opportunity to thank all of our nurses. As a nation, we owe a huge debt of gratitude to the nurses, and all frontline health providers who tended to the sick and dying, comforted families and worked tirelessly. They have faced shortages of supplies and medical equipment, and situations where there was little knowledge about effective COVID-19 treatments. They have been met with emotions and tensions that combined to make their jobs more challenging than ever. We owe them our thanks and appreciation for all that they did and that they still are doing.
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Message from County Executive Marc Elrich

I am happy to report that today Montgomery County has the lowest average case rate in the region and the lowest among the large Maryland counties. We are the largest county in the state and have one of the lowest covid case rates. This is no small feat. We are...
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A Message from County Executive Marc Elrich

Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich talks about celebrating today, April 22, as Earth Day—while also reflecting that, if not for the COVID-19 health crisis, climate change would have been the natural disaster headline of the year, decade and century. He also offers his views on the long-term impact of the guilty verdict for a police officer in the death of George Floyd and provides an update on COVID-19 vaccinations.
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A Message from County Executive Marc Elrich

County Executive Marc Elrich thanks the Montgomery County Delegation to the General Assembly for its many accomplishments in this year’s session. Among the legislation passed was a measure that will move the County closer to implementing “Community Choice Energy.” He also addresses how the “pause” of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines will impact Montgomery County’s vaccine program.
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COVID-19 Vaccination Update From Marc Elrich

Marc Elrich discusses the new mass vaccination site at Montgomery College Germantown,. It is a race: the variants against the vaccines, and the opening this week of the mass vaccination site at Montgomery College’s Germantown campus is an important step in our effort to get as many people vaccinated for COVID-19 as possible. We were happy to welcome Maryland Governor Larry Hogan to tour the site on Wednesday, the day before the official opening. You can get a glimpse of the site in my weekly video.
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Message from County Executive Marc Elrich

Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich finds optimism in the battle against COVID-19 as more County residents are receiving vaccinations, but he also has great concerns as the number of positive cases reported also is increasing. in addition, the County Executive comments on an incident that involved a student and County...