Association News – Friday, November 1, 2021
Food Truck Friday
It’s Food Truck
It’s Food Truck Friday night and PhoWheels will be parked around the Saddle Ridge Community Center at 300 Saddle Ridge Circle from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
November Food Truck Schedule:
- Friday, November 12 – The Croque Truck
- Friday, November 19 – Cipola Pizza
- Friday, November 26 – No Truck – Happy Thanksgiving Weekend
*Food trucks are subject to change and cancel due to weather and other issues beyond our control.
Upcoming Board and Committee Meetings:
Due to COVID-19, all King Farm meetings have been held virtually since March of 2020. To attend the Zoom meetings, you must register in advance. Each meeting will have an open forum for residents to ask questions or make comments (limited to 3 minutes speaking time per resident). As part of the registration process, registrants must submit their contact information (name, street address, email, and phone number) and select yes or no if they would like to speak during open forum. If you would like to speak during open forum, please provide the topic you will be speaking about.
If you need assistance registering for a virtual meeting, please contact Management by phone (301) 987-0122 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Information about upcoming board and committee meetings can be found on the King Farm website (https://kingfarm.org/zoom-meeting-links/) and in the monthly editions of the King Farm Chronicle (https://kingfarm.org/king-farm-chronicle/).
- Architectural Design Trust (ADT) – Wednesday 11/10/2021 – 4:30 PM
- Board of Code Compliance (BOCC)
- Monday 11/08/2021 – 7:00 PM
- Tuesday 11/09/2021 – 7:00 PM
- Board of Trustees (BOT) – Wednesday 11/17/2021 – 7:30 PM
Zoom Meeting Registration Links: https://kingfarm.org/zoom-meeting-links/
*Meetings are for King Farm Titleholders and Citizens only. Registrants will be verified to ensure participants are titleholders/citizens.
Community-Wide Inspections Reminder – Final Notices & Hearings
As the current inspection cycle is winding down, we would like to thank all the homeowners and residents who have complied with the inspection findings. Your efforts keep the community looking good!
Final notices will include a scheduled hearing date. Final notices are in progress and will be delivered via personal service to your home.
For the homeowner and residents who have unresolved exterior maintenance items, there is still time to address the issues before your hearing date. For homeowners that resolve outstanding items before the scheduled hearing date, then the hearing will be cancelled. Please notify Management (email@example.com) AT LEAST 1-2 business days prior to the hearing that you have resolved the outstanding violations. As a reminder, if you resolved the violations, you will not receive any sort of individual letter to let you know that the issue was resolved. If you do not receive a final notice, then you no longer have an open violation.
If you believe you received a final notice letter by error OR if you have questions regarding the notice, please contact management by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to include your property address and name. Or you can call the office at 301-987-0122. Please keep in mind that we are receiving a high volume of calls and emails regarding final notices, so we appreciate your patience. Answers to common questions can be found on our website, please review the information on the website under Home Renovations then Property Inspections: https://kingfarm.org/annual-property-inspections/.
Please refer to the following Equity Resolutions regarding exterior home/lot maintenance:
- ER No.1 (Visual Changes)
- ER No. 6 (Landscaping)
- ER No. 9 (Exterior Maintenance)
We appreciate everyone’s assistance in maintaining the appearance of King Farm!
Upcoming City of Rockville Leaf Collection Begins
The City of Rockville will vacuum leaves from neighborhood curbs in two rounds, beginning in King Farm (area 3) on Nov. 8th. Area 3: Nov. 8-12; Dec. 13-17 Rockville vacuums leaves from neighborhood curbs twice a year, in early April and between October and December. If city crews are unable to complete an area during the scheduled collection week, they will continue working on the unfinished portion on the following Saturday. See interactive map at www.rockvillemd.gov/leafcollection.
Lock it or lose it! – Tips for preventing vehicle thefts
Thefts from vehicles continue to be on the rise in Rockville with the majority of cases due to cars being left unlocked. In 2020, there were 278 reports of theft from vehicles around the city. Don’t become a victim.
Follow these tips to deter criminals and protect your property:
- Lock vehicle doors. Check to be sure you’ve closed the windows.
- Don’t leave valuables in your vehicle. If you must leave valuables, make sure they are locked in the trunk. Don’t leave them in plain sight.
- Don’t leave your garage door opener in plain sight inside of your vehicle. Put it in the glove box, hide it or bring it with you.
- Park in well-lit areas whenever possible.
- Remember: briefcases, backpacks, gym bags, sunglasses, keys and small change are all tempting to a thief.
If you see someone in your yard, driveway or lurking near vehicles, especially overnight and in the very early morning hours, do not attempt to confront or detain them. Immediately call 911. If your vehicle is broken into, immediately contact the Rockville City Police Department to make a report at 240-314-8900. Documenting every theft from a vehicle is an important step toward stopping crime.
Montgomery County News
Amended Board of Health Regulation Will Require Seven Consecutive Days of ‘Substantial COVID-19 Transmission’ Before Implementing Indoor Mask Mandate in Public Spaces
“The Montgomery County Council, acting as the County Board of Health, this week approved an amended regulation to require seven consecutive days of “substantial COVID-19 transmission” in the County before an indoor face covering requirement is reinstated in areas open to the public. The requirement to wear face coverings in indoor spaces that are open to the public also terminates when the County returns to a status of moderate COVID-19 transmission for seven consecutive days.
King Farm Neighbors Village News
The King Farm Neighbors Village (KFNV)’s Movie Club on November 4th started off the KFNV schedule of events for November with a discussion of the 2014 documentary film Citizenfour about Edward Snowden and the NSA spying scandal. Participants enjoyed a thoughtful and interesting discussion of the film and ethical issues emanating from the film.
- Highlight Event—On Wednesday, November 10th from 4-5 pm, the KFNV will welcome Chris Palmer, an author, speaker, award-winning wildlife film maker, and retired professor to offer his insights on living a purposeful life through his presentation: “Finding Meaning and Success: Living a Fulfilled and Productive Life”—which also is the title of Professor Palmer’s latest book. Among Professor Palmer’s many awards are two Emmys and an Oscar nomination for his film and television productions. Professor Palmer is currently the President of the Mac Gillivray Freeman Films Education Foundation, the worlds’ largest and most successful producer of IMAX films. The KFNV cordially invites all members of the King Farm community to this event, as KFNV membership is not required for virtual attendance at this presentation; and
- Book Club – On November 11th, the KFNV Book Club will discuss the book, The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith, the pen name for J.K. Rowling. The Cuckoo’s Calling is a 2013 crime fiction novel and is the first novel in the Cormoran Strike series of detective novels by Galbraith/Rowling.
Please visit the KFNV website at www.kfnv.org for a complete description of the October KFNV events. In addition, the KFNV Blog under the News section of the website has articles about events as well as news relevant to the KFNV community. Also, both the Movie Club and Book Club welcome new members. Please see below for KFNV membership details.
How to Contact KFNV:
For most of our monthly events, membership is required; but membership is free and as easy as filling out an on-line or mail-in form. We do, however, accept and welcome donations; for these donations help defray the cost of KFNV services and events. For information on how to register for any of the above events, to become a KFNV member, or to make a donation, please contact the Member Coordinators at email@example.com, leave a voicemail at (301) 799-8104, or view the KFNV website at www.kfnv.org.
The KFNV Board of Directors would like to thank the King Farm community for the time and effort that each of the survey participants took in completing the KFNV survey. Your thoughts and ideas will help guide the KFNV in providing services and events to better serve the community. In short, thank you for helping the KFNV fulfill its motto of “Neighbors Helping Neighbors
Voicemail: (301) 799-8104
Notice of Virtual Public Meeting – 16200 Frederick Road / King Buick Redevelopment
Notice of Virtual Public Meeting on the Application Before the Mayor and Council of Rockville:
Date: Monday, November 8, 2021
Time: 7:00 p.m.
On behalf of EYA Development LLC, please find notice of a virtual Public Meeting for Project Plan Application PJT2021-00013 for redevelopment of 16160/16200 Frederick Road (King Buick Development) and Parcel P170. The virtual public meeting is scheduled to be held on Monday, November 8, at 7:00 p.m. Details of the meeting with instructions on how to view it are included in the notice below.
RCPD News Report: October 25, 2021 to October 31, 2021
Click here to read the Weekly Crime Report courtesy of the Rockville City Police Department.
If you have a crime or concern to report, please contact the Rockville City Police Department at:
2 W. Montgomery Ave, Rockville, Maryland 20850
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