Celebrating 90 years of service

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Program: The Unprogram: It's all about the Members

Speakers: You!  What are the big issues in your community?  How can
your fellow civic activists support your endeavors?   Are there common
underlying issues (e.g. insufficient notice, illegible online plans) we can
tackle together?  This is an opportunity for your delegates to get MCCF up
to speed on what's happening in your area and for all of us to share our
knowledge, experience, and ideas.



The June 2015 Civic Federation newsletter is now
available online. (click to view
latest newsletter)
MCCF has a weekly column entitled the "Federation Corner" that is published in The
Montgomery Sentinel newspaper.  The Sentinel comes out on Thursdays, and is available at
newsstands and in newsboxes at Metro stations throughout the county.  Past columns are
archived on this website (see the 'Federation Corner columns' tab in the menu to the left).

Most recently archived column:
10/30/14  Lessons in civic activism on land use issues  (click to view)
Civic Activism in the
Jazz Age
Ever wonder what the first
MCCF activists did and how
much (or little) issues have
changed over the last 90
years?  See Charles Wolff's
account of the

2015 Annual Awards Banquet:
Friday, June 5
Reception: 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Dinner: 7:00 p.m.
Awards: 8:15-9:30 p.m.

Tony Lin's Restaurant:  12015 Rockville Pike, Ste 6
Questions? Call Paula Bienenfeld 240-899-2335

Banquet Tickets
Check it Out:
Video from the April MCCF
Transportation  of
the Future
Part 1 demonstrates how
increased capacity cannot
solve congestion.  Part 2
includes Houston's
imagining Transit project.

Part One
Part Two