Ordinance No. O-01-2021 Introduced

January 13, 2021

The Mayor and Town Council Introduced Ordinance No. O-01-2021 at the January 11, 2021 Town Council Meeting. The Public Hearing has been set for Monday, February 8, 2021, 7:00 pm. An Ordinance of the Mayor and Council of the Town of Kensington Amending Chapter 2,  “Government and Administration”, Article 2, “Elections”, Section 2-201, “General Voter Registration”, Section 2-202, “Distribution of Absentee Ballots”, Section 2-203, “Procedures of Absentee Voting”, and…

Charter Resolution No. CR-01-2020 Introduced

December 15, 2020

The Mayor and Town Council Introduced Charter Resolution No. CR-01-2020 at the December 14, 2020 Town Council Meeting. The Public Hearing has been set for Monday, January 11, 2021, 7:00 pm. Charter Resolution No. CR-01-2020 – INTRODUCTION OF A CHARTER RESOLUTION OF THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF KENSINGTON AMENDING ARTICLE VII REGISTRATION, NOMINATIONS AND ELECTIONS, SECTION 703, “REMOVAL”, SECTION 704, “DUTIES”, SECTION 705, “NOTICE OF ELECTIONS”, SECTION 706, “APPEAL OF…

Ordinance No. O-03-2020 Introduced

December 15, 2020

The Mayor and Town Council Introduced Ordinance No. O-03-2020 at the December 14, 2020 Town Council Meeting. The Public Hearing has been set for Monday, January 11, 2021, 7:00 pm. ORDINANCE No. O-03-2020 – AN ORDINANCE OF THE MAYOR AND TOWN COUNCIL OF KENSINGTON TO AMEND CHAPTER VIII, “HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS”, BY ENACTING ARTICLE 9, “PESTICIDES”, TO INCORPORATE CHAPTER 33B, of the Montgomery County Code entitled “Pesticides”, which contains various provisions to…

Freedom, Justice and Equality for All

June 17, 2020

The Town of Kensington joins other cities and Towns in the State of Maryland supporting the Maryland Municipal League President, Ryan Spiegel’s June 9th racial injustice statement condemning all forms of bigotry, racism and hatred. Statement by MML President Ryan Spiegel regarding racial injustice with the unanimous support of the Executive Committee – June 9, 2020 The recent deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor, along with so many others throughout our nation,…

2020 Town Election Results

June 2, 2020

2020 Town Election Results:   Mayor   {Pete Fosselman•368} {Tracey Furman•420}   Town Council   {Nate Engle•511} {Jon A. Gerson•356} {Bridget Hill-Zayat•549}   Total Ballots Cast: 790, with 27 additional Ballots disqualified by the Board of Election Supervisors. There are 1,611 registered voters within the Town.

2020 Town Election Candidate Forum

May 24, 2020

  Mayoral Candidate Forum (please click link). Town Council Candidate Forum (please click link).

DRAFT Town Election Plan

May 11, 2020

The Mayor and Council will discuss and review the DRAFT Town Election Plan (Download by clicking link) at the Monday, May 11, 2020, 7:00 pm, Town Council Meeting.Town of Kensington Emergency Plan for Town Election (2)

Resolution No. R-05-2020 Adopted - Installation of Speed Hump

April 20, 2020

The Kensington Town Council adopted Resolution No. R-05-2020 at the April 20, 2020 Town Council Meeting. Resolution No. R-05-2020 – A Resolution of the Mayor and Town Council Authorizing the Town Manager to contract for the installation of an additional speed hump along the 3700 block of Farragut Avenue. The Resolution was effective on April 20, 2020.

April 2020 - From the Mayor

April 15, 2020

As we enter our seventh week since the first COVID-19 emergency order was issued in Maryland on March 5th, we have all witnessed the devastating impact this disease has taken not only on our community, but the world around us. Unfortunately, there is no definitive date on when we can begin to regroup and move forward from this public health pandemic. However, I want to assure everyone that the Town Council, Staff, and I will continue to stay the course by keeping our residents and business…

COVID-19 – Town Operational Updates – March 30, 2020

March 30, 2020

Dear Residents and Business Community: Governor Hogan has issued a ‘Stay at Home’ Executive Order, effective 8:00 pm this evening (3/30), in an effort to help contain the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) within Maryland. I encourage everyone to adhere to the Governor’s Executive Order by staying home at this time, unless essential travel is necessary. While the Executive Order is necessarily restrictive toward non-essential activity, please be reminded that engaging in…

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