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WSSC Public Hearing on Proposed Fiscal 2014 – 2019 Capital Improvements Program
The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) will conduct the first of two public hearings on its proposed Fiscal Years 2014 – 2019 Capital Improvements Program on Wednesday in Rockville.
FY '14 capital expenditures are estimated at $642.3 million, which represents an increase of approximately $78.2 million from the approved funding level for FY’ 13. The primary reason for the increase is due to the significant increase in the Trunk Sewer Reconstruction project in order to meet the requirements of the Consent Decree. The increase was partially offset by the projected decreases in the Enhanced Nutrient Removal projects and the Blue Plains WWTP Digester projects as they move through construction.
People who want to speak at the hearings should call the WSSC Budget Group at (301) 206-8110 to be placed on the list of speakers in advance of the hearings.
Persons unable to attend the hearings who have comments for consideration should submit them in writing by noon on September 24, 2012, to the WSSC Budget Group at 14501 Sweitzer Lane, Laurel, Maryland 20707, or email comments to email@example.com.
|Where||Montgomery County Council 100 Maryland Ave, Rockville, MD 20850 (Seventh Floor Hearing Room)|
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The nine-member Montgomery County Council meets in session every Tuesday and throughout the week in legislative committees focusing on education; health and human services; management and fiscal policy; planning, housing and economic development, public safety and transportation, infrastructure, energy and environment.
The council comprises five members elected from districts and four elected at large countywide. Council members are elected to four year terms. All nine seats are up for election in the same year.
The council president and vice president are elected by their colleagues and serve one-year terms.
The council meets at the Stella B. Werner Council Office Building, which has hearing rooms on the third and seventh floors and offices for legislative staff.