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Tag Archives: Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission

Top court revives battle over Sandy Spring’s Farm Road

Farm Road, Sandy Spring, Daily Record File 2008

A Montgomery County trial judge prematurely dismissed the residents’ lawsuit, first filed in 2008, in which they seek to enforce the easement over “Farm Road” against the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission.

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Resident loses suit for Farm Road easement (access required)

A Montgomery County resident is not entitled to an easement for an unrecognized road that runs by his house, the Court of Special Appeals has held. Gregg D. Bacon had filed the lawsuit in June 2006 against a number of ...

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Scope of Currie’s contract, actions at issue

Federal prosecutors opened their case against state Sen. Ulysses S. Currie on Tuesday by casting him as a greedy lawmaker who strong-armed state agency officials to benefit Shoppers Food Warehouse Corp., which paid him a “consulting” fee of nearly $250,000 ...

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Washington Nationals dedicate “Miracle Field”

The Washington Nationals, in association with the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation, The Annette M. and Theodore N. Lerner Family Foundation, the Miracle League of Montgomery County, the Kiwanis Club of Bethesda the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission and others, ...

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Gardner puts construction expertise to use in law

Adrian Robert Gardner, general counsel of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, is making use of his experience working in private practice on construction and land-use issues. He was a general counsel for Dyna Corp. when that construction company ...

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GC Profile: Adrian Robert Gardner of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission

Adrian R. Gardner has been the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission’s general counsel since April 2000, but before then he learned important lessons on other jobs — like how to build a stadium and why giving minority contractors an ...

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