ROCKVILLE, Md. (AP) — The Montgomery County Council will interview four applicants for two future vacancies on the county’s planning board.

The council will conduct the interviews on Tuesday.

The openings will be created when the terms of two officials end June 14. Joseph Alfandre and Norman Dreyfuss were both appointed to complete partial terms.

The interviews in Rockville are open to the public.

The five-member Montgomery County Planning Board works on growth issues, transportation and environmental protection. It also works on issues relating to historical preservation and forest conservation.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

  1. sheriff says:

    Appoint me, as I plan on blowing the whole thing up. Ultra libs with the income to live in enclaves that are protected & safe can easily say do this do that because they aren’t faced with it every day. Illegals in Montg. County the growing Black cancer of section eight giveaways is taking a serious toll of the average hard working family in that county. I remember when Silver Spring, Wheaton & Rockville were virtually crime free. Such a shame to give away what other’s have had to work so hard for.

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