community service blog: REPLACEMENT TREES TO BE PLANTED IN KENTLANDS - 03/24/09 06:17 AM
As Kentlands residents, we are glad to know about efforts to replace trees that have been removed. There is a pocket park on Otis Mews behind our home where trees have been removed in past years but never replaced. If you have specific request for replacement trees, follow the suggestion of Robyn Renas in the following repost of her report in The News.
New Trees to be Planted, but Where? 
By: Robyn Renas, Secretary

While performing annual tree maintenance within the community, several dead or dying trees were removed from our many tree-save … (1 comments)

community service blog: Montgomery County Board Vacancies - 03/24/09 06:00 AM

The Greater Capitol Area Association of REALTORS has asked its membership to promote the opportunities to serve our community by activity on boards of commissions in Montgomery County MD. Please take time to review the vacancies and offer your services. Visit the Montgomery County website for additional information.  The following repost is provided by GCAAR.
Montgomery County Board Vacancies
County Executive Isiah Leggett is committed to representation on all of the County's boards, committees, and commissions that is reflective of, and responsive to, our County's residents. Public participation contributes to the work of County government and provides a valuable … (1 comments)

community service blog: FUNDING GRADUATE STUDIES - 03/24/09 05:42 AM
In tight job markets, the trend for many young graduates is to seek advanced degrees in graduate schools. These students are joined by many professionals, including thousands of surplus real estate agents, that are considering career changes. A recent article in the Wall Street Journal discussed the increased interest in law studies.
In the April issue of Money, contributing writer Gerri Willis offered some suggestions on the decision to attend graduate school and how to pay for the studies after being accepted. Ms. Willis warns that many attend graduate school for the wrong reasons. A tight job market should … (1 comments)





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