Governor Hogan yesterday directed all Marylanders to shelter-in-place as of 8 pm yesterday. What does that mean? Basically, unless you need to get essential food, medicine, medical care, or a few other goods and services, you need to stay home. Short walks or bike rides with a household member are also permitted.…Read More
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Adversity clearly brings out the creative genius in many people. Enjoy this selection of Covid-19 songs to brighten your day and fill some time as you shelter in place.Read More
Do you own a small business? Here are some Maryland funding resources that you might find helpful as we make our way through the coronavirus pandemic.
Maryland has authorized $130 million in loan and grant funding for small businesses and manufacturers that have been negatively impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). This emergency assistance provides interim relief and proceeds that can be used to pay cash operating expenses including payroll, suppliers, rent, fixed debt payments and other mission critical cash operating costs.…Read More
Thanks to Kay819 for these beautiful photos of the blooming cherry trees by the White Flint metro.… Read More
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Based solely on jurisdiction, Bethesda currently tops the area for most expensive rent. Apartment search site RentCafe said the average apartment rent, considering all sizes, is $2,466 a month in Bethesda.
The second-most expensive market for apartment rents is currently College Park, at an average $2,298 a month.
Rents in North Bethesda have increased the fastest in the D.C.
While it’s no surprise to us, Money Inc. named North Bethesda the second best place to live in Maryland. Our neighbor, Garrett Park is #3.
2. North Bethesda
The large Washington suburb of North Bethesda has the kind of stellar infrastructure, abundant range of recreational and leisure facilities, and excellent job market you’d expect of a place that supports 50,056 very happy residents.…Read More
Pike District Branding/Marketing Update November 2019 from Maier Warner, the contractor handling the Pike District campaign.
- Website – We anticipate launching a new website soon.
- Social Media – Since the month of April, Pike District Facebook has increased its followership by 452 fans. Additionally, each week we are reaching around 1700 people with our content, helping to promote the brand.
Kris Warner of Maier Warner provided the following update on their Pike District branding and placemaking work.
- Website – the new site is in production and we anticipate an early November launch.
- Social Media – Since the month of April, Pike District Facebook has increased to 823 followers and reaching nearly 4,000 people each month.
The annual RCA Community Day will feature a 5K road race, a kids fun run, and an opportunity to enjoy a nice fall day with your neighbors.
Saturday, October 12th, 10:00 am (check-in at 9:30am) Randolph Hills Shopping Center. Sign up Here: https://forms.gle/5cP11xHjMUP89tzB7
Kids Fun Run (all ages welcome) Saturday, October 12th 11:30 am Randolph Hills Shopping Center.…Read More
Thanks to community activism from Action Committee for Transit, Friends of White Flint, and Councilmember Andrew Friedson, we received word Friday from MCDOT Traffic Engineering that they will be converting the existing flashers at the Bethesda Trolley Trail crossing of Tuckerman Lane to a full pedestrian hybrid beacon that includes a solid red light signal phase.…Read More