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The New Mark Commons Annual 4th of July Celebration is shaping up to be another glorious, fun-filled day. You won’t want to miss it, so come to the pool and jump in! Besides the usual activities like raft rides for kids, a greased watermelon contest and the annual egg...read more
The newly-formed New Mark Commons Governance Committee will hold its first meeting on Wednesday, June 26 at 7 p.m. at the Clubhouse. The meeting will be open to all New Mark residents. The five-member Committee, created to review and propose changes to New Mark’s...read more
We will need the help of volunteers to make this Fourth of July celebration a smash hit for New Mark. Please SIGN UP HERE! The New Mark Commons Annual Fourth of July Celebration is shaping up to be another glorious, fun-filled day. You won’t want to miss it, so come...read more
At its monthly meeting on June 6, 2019, the Board of Directors voted unanimously to adopt a Charter outlining the mission and procedures for a Governance Committee to review and propose changes to New Mark’s Covenants and By-Laws. The five-member Committee will be...read more
The Barracudas are getting in shape for the season, and the team has even arranged to bring food trucks into the neighborhood for some of their events for the enjoyment of the entire community! Mark your Calendar! The culinary offerings start on Saturday, June 8, at 8...read more
The New Mark Communications Committee has distributed this letter along with a press release to the following local media: The Washington Post, Baltimore Sun, Frederick Post, Montgomery Sentinel, WTOP, Rockville Patch and Bethesda Beat.read more
The power of community voices showed itself this month in the delay of an important decision about Governor Larry Hogan’s intent to widen I-270 south of the intercounty Connector and the Beltway with toll lanes… The public has until June 14 to comment on the alternatives.read more
The village turned out in record numbers for the spring beautification work, and all told, 31 New Mark adults and children contributed in one way or another—mostly to the clean-up effort on the sunny, windy, beautiful Saturday April 27, but also to help fetch and...read more
New Mark Board Launches Discussion to Revise Governance Documents; Seeks Three Community Volunteers for Committee
At its March organizational meeting, the Board voted to form a committee headed by Board President John Daroff to tackle the pressingly important task of bringing the community’s governance documents into line with current standards.read more