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July 31, 2002

The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission’s (M-NCPPC) Historic Preservation Section is accepting applications until Sept. 30 for matching-fund grants toward county preservation projects.

Projects eligible for consideration include, but are not limited to: development and installation of historic district signs; walking tours of historic districts; handbooks or design guidelines; explanatory brochures for owners in historic districts; historic sight brochures; feasibility studies for restoration or preservation of buildings, sites and historical artifacts owned or under the custody of non-profit groups; and public education projects such as historical and archaeological surveys, slide/tape shows, lectures, videos, oral history taping/transcriptions, photographic displays or other types of exhibits on county history and oral histories.

For applications and guidelines, contact Susan Soderberg at The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, 8787 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20910, or call 301-563-3400. Applicants may submit completed forms to the same address postmarked no later than Monday, Sept. 30, 2002.

All applicants must match the grants in money or in-kind services. Those who earn these grants must carry adequate insurance and they must enter into a contract with M-NCPPC. The Historic Preservation Commission will notify applicants of their selection by Oct. 31, 2002.

RE/MAX Realty Services of Bethesda has announced their top agents for April 2002.

Top three listers: the team of Ray Owen and Lynn Dernar, Steve Loew and Larry Gardner

Top three in sales and volume: the team of Ray Owen and Lynn Dernar, Steve Loew and Dave Devadas.

Top three producers: Aileen Cook, Steve Loew and Dave Devadas.

Million Dollar Club: Ted Tepper, Dave Devadas, Ann Scafide, Todd Wood, the team of Ray Owen and Lynn Dernar, Patricia Vucich, Aileen Cook, Steve Loew, Don Stanley, the team of Eric and Hope Peek, Larry Gardner, Martin Green, Jeremy Lichtenstein and Barbara Bermpohl

The company's top agents for May 2002 were also announced.

Top three listers: Larry Gardner, Dave Devadas and Don Stanley.

Top three in sales: Steve Loew, Dave Devadas and the team of Ray Owen and Lynn Dernar.

Top three in volume: Steve Loew, Dave Devadas and the team of Ray Owen and Lynn Dernar.

Top three producers: Jeremy Lichtenstein, Steve Loew, Dave Devadas.

Million Dollar Club: Patricia Vucich, Martin Green, Don Stanley, the team of Eric and Hope Peek, Don McGlynn, Larry Gardner, Steve Loew, the team of Ray Owen and Lynn Dernar, Tish Ziner, Dave Devadas, Jeremy Lichtenstein, Barbara Bermpohl and Lorraine Gottlieb.

The county is seeking applicants to fill five vacancies on the Montgomery County Commission on Landlord-Tenant Affairs: one public-at-large, two landlord representatives and two tenant representatives. The 15-member commission hears landlord-tenant disputes and recommends legislation on multi-family and single-family housing issues. Meetings are held on the first Tuesday evening of each month, and members serve without compensation. Members serve three-year terms. Interested citizens should write by Aug. 2 to County Executive Douglas M. Duncan at the Executive Office Building, 101 Monroe St., Rockville, MD 20850. Call 240-777-6530.