Montgomery County Council Vice President Roger Berliner to Host ‘Conversations With Your Councilmember’ on Wed., Sept. 16
District 1 Councilmember Will Discuss Issues and Take Questions In Informal Setting at Bethesda Regional Service Center
ROCKVILLE, Md., August 28, 2009—Montgomery County District 1 Councilmember Roger Berliner is inviting residents to join him at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 16, at the Bethesda Regional Services Center as a continuing part of his series of “Conversations With Councilmember Berliner.”
At the community meeting, Councilmember Berliner, whose district includes Bethesda, Cabin John, Chevy Chase, Friendship Heights, Garrett Park, Glen Echo, North Bethesda, Potomac, Randolph Hills and Somerset, will host informal discussions of issues of interest to local residents.
The Bethesda Regional Services Center is located at 4805 Edgemoor Lane in Bethesda.
“I enjoy these informal meetings with residents of District 1. There may not be a better setting for me to learn about concerns—and to be able to bring them up-to-date on issues before the County Council,” said Councilmember Berliner, who is a member of the Council’s Public Safety Committee and the Transportation, Infrastructure, Energy and Environment Committee, where he is the lead member for energy and the environment. “At the Bethesda Regional Services Center meeting, we will discuss local issues important to residents such as planning and zoning projects, traffic and transportation concerns and public safety. I hope neighbors will come ready to talk. I will be ready to listen and respond.”
For more information on the meeting, call 240-777-7828.
Directions to the Bethesda Regional Services Center:
The building at 4805 Edgemoor Lane is located at the center of the plaza. County and American flags, and a sign bearing the County seal, mark the entrance to the building. The entrance to the parking garage is marked with a large blue Bethesda Center parking sign.
From the garage, take the elevators to the Plaza level (P).
• Traveling south on Old Georgetown Road (from the Beltway, use exit 36), turn right on Woodmont Avenue. The parking entrance is almost immediately on your left (second driveway).
• Traveling south on Wisconsin Avenue/Rockville Pike, turn right onto Woodmont Avenue. Go south for approximately one mile. Cross Old Georgetown Road. The parking garage entrance is the second driveway on your left.
• Traveling north on Wisconsin or west on Maryland Route 410, take Old
Georgetown Road north. Turn left at the second traffic light (Woodmont Avenue). The garage entrance will be on your left (the second driveway).