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Mark IV Builders, of Cabin John, was recently named one of the 101 Best Companies to Work For in the residential construction industry. The award was given by an independant research firm on behalf of Reed Residential Group.

A free workshop will be held on how to use the non-profit Nehemiah Gift Program to become a home owner on Wednesday, June 26 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Wheaton Library. Call 1-800-362-3878 and enter code 4164 or visit www.homebuyingevent.com.

Weichert, Realtors has announced its top associates for May.

In the Potomac office, Helen King was honored for generating the most sales and the most resale revenue units. Mahin Ghadiri was recognized for producing the highest dollar volume and Alan Bruzee was honored for generating the most listings and the most listings sold.

Michael Matese was honored as the top producer with the most resale revenue units and the highest dollar volume in the Potomac Village office. He was also honored for generating the most sales, the most listings and the most listings sold.

In the Bethesda office, the sales team of Jamie Coley and Leigh Reed was honored as the top producer with the most resale revenue units and the highest dollar volume. The team was also honored for generating the most listings sold. Chana Sky was recognized as the top sales associate and Meg Finn was recognized as the top lister.

Montgomery County is seeking applicants to fill six vacancies on the Commission on Landlord-Tenant Affairs (two public-at-large, two landlord, and two tenant representatives — each category has one alternate vacancy). Members serve three-year terms.

The fifteen-member commission hears landlord-tenant disputes and recommends legislation on multi-family and single-family housing issues.

Public-at-large representatives must not be qualified for appointment as either a landlord of a tenant.

Tenant representatives must be tenants of a residential rental facility in Montgomery County or must be nominated by an organization that represents tenants of residential rental facilities in Montgomery County.

Landlord representatives must be an owner of a residential facility located in the county or a manager, or employee of a manger, of a residential rental facility located in the county or nominated by an organization that represents owners or managers of residential facilities in the county.

Interested citizens should write by July 19 to County Executive Douglas M. Duncan at the Executive Office Building, 101 Monroe St., Rockville, MD. 20850. Nomination letters may be included with the application or mailed separately.

Members of County boards, committees, and commissions may not serve on more than one such group at a time.

The Robert W. Lebling Memorial Park, located on Wisconsin Avenue and Old Georgetown Road, adjacent to the Hyatt Regency, will be dedicated Friday, June 28 at 3 p.m.

The park was constructed in memory of Robert W. Lebling, a long-time Bethesda resident who spearheaded the Bethesda Beautification Project during his 1964 and 1965 terms as president of the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Chamber of Commerce. The project was honored by First Lady Lady Bird Johnson at the White House in 1965 during Lebling’s term as Chamber president.

Lebling, a graduate of Holy Cross College, was president and owner of Samuel E. Bogley of Maryland, a Bethesda-based real estate company. He was named “Realtor of the Year” in 1970 by the Montgomery County Board Realtors, and was active in commercial and residential development throughout his career.

His Wife, Rita Walsh Lebling, and their six children survive Lebling, a resident of Montgomery County since 1936.

A reception will follow at the BCC Regional Services Center located at 4805 Edgemoor Lane on the second floor.

The deadline for Keep Montgomery County Beautiful's annual Amateur Photography Contest is June 30.

Photographs of up to 8 inches by 10 inches in size and dry-mounted on mat board will be accepted. There is no entry fee.

Entries will be judged on originality, interest of subject matter and visual appeal. Visit www.dpwt.com for a list of categories.

The photo contest is open to all county residents.

Mail entries to Keep Montgomery County Beautiful, Montgomery County Amateur Photo Contest, 101 Monroe St., 10th Floor, Rockville, MD 20850-2540.