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Campus Conversations - What to Look for in 2013
Montgomery College Television: MCTV Channel 10

"Campus Conversations" is a 30-minute series that explores a variety of issues, programs, and topics of interest to both the Montgomery College community and the greater community. In this episode, we explore some of the ways Montgomery College is partnering with the community, both public and private, in 2013.

County Report This Week Episode 155 April 5, 2013
County Cable Montgomery

An update on the upcoming repairs to the Silver Spring Transit Center; Executive Leggett and Council Vice President Craig Rice launch a Child Abuse Prevention campaign; the Planning Board gives its semi annual report to County Council; the City of Rockville announces the results of a citizens survey; and some soccer players move into a retirement community.

Leadership Montgomery's

Leadership Montgomery recently hosted a workshop, "How to Run for Elected Office," for area residents interested in running a successful political campaign. MyMCMedia's Sonya Burke reports. Panelists included: Montgomery County Councilmember Phil Andrews, former County Councilmember Mike Knapp, Katja Bullock of the Republican Central Committee, Brian McKevitt of the Montgomery County Board of Elections, David Moon of Maryland Juice and Steve Simon of Van Eperen & Company. Mark Scott served as the moderator.

Montgomery College: We Are The Community's College
Montgomery College Television: MCTV Channel 10

Montgomery College is a public, multicampus community college in Montgomery County, Maryland. Montgomery College serves nearly 60,000 students a year, through both credit and noncredit programs, in more than 100 areas of study.

Montgomery County Council President Nancy Navarro Press Conference March 18, 2013

Montgomery County Council President Nancy Navarro met with the media on March 18, 2013. Navarro provided briefings on a variety of topics, including the county executive's recommended budget, Wheaton revitalization and redevelopment, the Silver Spring Transit Center, a report on the academic achievement gap, several bills (MOE and Lockheed Martin) in Annapolis that the Council is opposing, the Chevy Chase Lake Sector Plan and the impact on the sequester.

No Boundaries Episode 8
County Cable Montgomery

A conversation between Montgomery County Councilmember Valerie Ervin (District 5) and Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.

One on One #179
County Cable Montgomery

Lorna Virgili discusses current issues with County Executive Ike Leggett.

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Press Event Fire Inspections Thursday April 4, 2013
County Cable Montgomery

County Executive Isiah Leggett and County Council Vice President Craig Rice kick off April as Child Abuse Prevention Month. Also, Fire Chief Richard Bowers discusses Montgomery County's enhanced fire protection capabilities and the new Public Protection Classification rating by the Insurance Services Office, Inc., which could mean lower fire insurance rates for residents and businesses.

The Raptor Report with Michael Brown, February 2013
Montgomery College Television: MCTV Channel 10

This episode features a recap of the MD JUCO and NJCAA Region XX Women's Basketball tournaments; a recap of the MD JUCO Men's Basketball tournament; an in-studio interview with Tarlouh Gasque, head coach of the 8th ranked Montgomery College Raptors women's basketball team and Raptors co-captain Jameelah Thalley; a preview of Raptors Baseball; a look at how student-athletes manage their time; and a look at the MCTV Student Athlete of the Month, Angelica Ceccone. All of this...starting now!

Steve Silverman Speaks at Silver Spring Citizens Advisory Board

The Silver Spring Citizens Advisory Board welcomed Steve Silverman, who is the director of Montgomery County's Department of Economic Development (DED), to its March 11 meeting at the Civic Building. Silverman presented an overview of the current economic situation in Montgomery County and  touted some of the county's recent successes, including the biotech investment tax credit program--the first of its kind in the country. MyMCMedia's Sonya Burke reports.

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