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New Mark’s healthy environment and tree canopy provide shelter and food to these feathered figures.read more
Rockville City will be sending its giant leaf vacuum device through New Mark Commons on April 11 and 12. April 27, please come and meet at the Clubhouse at 9 a.m. for the annual Spring Cleanup.read more
By Pat Reber The Maryland House of Delegates on Monday, March 18 passed a bill intended to slow down or even stall the governor’s plan to add up to four privately-built toll lanes to I-270 and the Beltway. Now it’s up to the Senate to see if the bill, HB1091, makes it...read more
By Pat Reber The New Mark Board of Directors launched its new term on Thursday, March 14, in an organizational session that unanimously backed John Daroff to continue as president. The three newly elected members - Karin Boychyn, Joe Jordan and David Sloane -...read more
By Pat Reber New Mark homeowners on Monday evening elected three new members to the Homes Association Board of Directors, selecting Joe Jordan, David Sloane and Karin Boychyn to fill three vacant seats during the Annual Meeting at the Clubhouse. Six candidates had...read more
Kumar Barve, District 17 delegate to the General Assembly, held out hope to a standing-room-only crowd at the Rockville Senior Center on Saturday (March 9) that the governor’s plan to add up to four lanes to I-270 and the Beltway could be stalled for at least a year by a federal environmental impact study.read more
After last year’s drought of challengers to two Board incumbents, this year’s elections have drawn six candidates for three open seats, giving homeowners a wide range from which to choose. On Thursday night March 7, residents got to hear directly from them ahead of Monday’s March 11 Annual Meeting.read more
If you want to hear directly from the six candidates for the New Mark Board elections, come out to the Clubhouse at 7:00 p.m. Thursday, March 7 for the Board candidate forum. The candidates are: Karin Boychyn, Brent Gulick, Joe Jordan, Becky Phillips, David Sloane,...read more
The snowy deep freeze has brought some unusual visitors to Lake New Mark. Lakeside residents John Wang and Lauren Swan have spotted American black ducks, Buffleheads, Redheads and Ring-necked ducks. Sally Guardia, who also lives on the lake, was busy with her camera...read more
Saturday, November 10 was a cold and blustery day when the Landscape Committee sponsored their semi-annual cleanup. Luckily, it was a dry day for the Fall cleanup and this year’s Fall Clean-up turned out to be a huge success.read more