Community Guide MTA June 2012

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2 JUNE 2012 Our annual guide to your community Welcome to The Gazettes annual guide to Frederick County. Need to know who your elected offi- cials are? Wondering where to call if your recycling isnt picked up? This guide is designed to help you find out about all the services and resources that we i 3 GOVERNMENT JUNE 2012 State officials Most state officials, including the governor and mem- bers of the General Assembly, are elected to four-year terms. The next general election for state officials is in 2014. The General Assembly, consisting of the state Senate and the House of Delegates, begins 4 JUNE 2012 LAWMAKERS n Continued from Page 3 David R. Brinkley (R-Dist. 4) of New Market 800-492-7122, ext. 3704 House of Delegates Galen Clagett (D-Dist. 3A) of Frederick 800-492-7122, ext. 3436 Michael 5 COMMUNITIES JUNE 2012 Frederick The Mayor and Board of Aldermen of Frederick City meet at 7 p.m. on the first and third Thursdays of the month in Fredericks City Hall. The Mayor and Board of Aldermen also have weekly workshops at 3 p.m. Wednesdays. Frederick City Hall CITY OFFICIALS Mayor Randy Mc 6 JUNE 2012 Mount Airy The Town of Mount Airy is governed by a mayor council can override a mayors veto. and five council members who oversee the various Council members are elected on an alternating town departments. basis for four-year terms. The last election was held The mayor is chief executive 7 JUNE 2012 Important phone numbers COUNTY GOVERNMENT Liquor Board 301-600-2984 Parks & Recreation 301-600-1646 Planning 301-600-1138 Public Defender 301-600-1988 Public Information 301-600-2590 Public Works 301-600-1129 Recycling/Landfill 301-600-2960 Register of Wills 301-600-6565 Social Services 8 JUNE 2012 Fire/Rescue and Police FIRE/RESCUE Gamber and Community Volunteer Fire Company 3838 Niner Road Finksburg, MD 21048 410-795-3445 Green Valley Volunteer Fire Company 3939 Green Valley Road Monrovia, MD 21770 301-600-9250 Libertytown Volunteer Fire Company 12027 South St. 9 JUNE 2012 Business Brunswick Economic Development Commission 301-834-7500 City Hall, 1 W. Potomac St. www.brunswick Small Business Development Center 301-600-1967 5340 Spectrum Drive, Suite A, Frederick www.discoverfrederick Frederick County Chamber of Commerce 301-662-41 10 JUNE 2012 Frederick County schools HIGH SCHOOLS Deer Crossing Linganore High School 12013 Old Annapolis Road Frederick, MD 21701 240-566-9700 Green Valley 11501 Fingerboard Road Monrovia, MD, 21770 240-236-3400 Urbana High 3471 Campus Drive Ijamsville, MD 21754 240-236-7600 Kemptown 3456 Kemptown 11 JUNE 2012 Carroll County schools HIGH SCHOOLS South Carroll High 1300 W. Old Liberty Road Sykesville, MD 21784 410-751-3575 Century High 355 Ronsdale Road Sykesville, MD 21784 410-386-4400 Liberty High 5855 Bartholow Road Eldersburg, MD 21784 410-751-3560 Glenelg High School (Howard County) 14025 12 LEISURE JUNE 2012 Theater Arts groups Whether reawakening the Bard courtesy of The Maryland Shakespeare Festival, catch- Frederick Arts Council ing dinner and a show at Way Off Broadway, or exploring actings cutting edge at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre, audiences will laugh, cry, and return fo 13 LEISURE JUNE 2012 Galleries Frederick County enjoys a burgeoning community of artists, a number of whom display work at galleries in Fredericks down- town during the First Saturday Gallery Walk, staged on the first Saturday of each month. On that day, downtown galleries and shops stay open late. 14 LEISURE JUNE 2012 Athletic organizations Libraries FOUR COUNTY LITTLE LEAGUE Mount Airy Library BOOKMOBILE The bookmobile travels throughout Frederick County (including Mount Airy), offering videos, music CDs and books-on-tape, as well as fiction and non-fiction selections for adults and children JUNE 2012 1846339 15 16 1846101 JUNE 2012