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County to Host Community Forum on Clarksburg Aquatic & Rec Center

June 3, 2016

The Montgomery County Departments of Recreation and General Services will be hosting a community forum for County residents on Wednesday, June 8 from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm in the cafeteria of Rocky Hill Middle School, 22401 Brick Haven Way in Clarksburg. Residents are invited to participate in this first step toward the construction of an UpCounty aquatic center and Clarksburg-area community recreation center.

   “This will be an important opportunity for Clarksburg and surrounding communities to tell us what they would like in these facilities and I hope that we hear from many of the residents,” said Catherine Matthews, Director UpCounty Regional Services Center.

   “We want to ensure that this regional aquatic center and Clarksburg-area community recreation center meets the needs of our residents,” said Recreation Director Gabe Albornoz. “We encourage everyone to come out and let us know what they want and need from the new center.”

   Montgomery County has a process for evaluating information as it develops its Capital Improvements Program for future years. In order to formally propose a project for approval, the project must be both well-described and cost-estimated. This community forum is the earliest preliminary step in developing the project description.

   Registration for the event is not required. For more information, call 240-777-6875.

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