James Nozar, Senior Vice President of JBG Companies

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Mr. Nozar has over 15 years of experience in real estate consulting and development with a focus on urban multifamily and mixed-use projects. Mr. Nozar has managed the entitlement, deisgn and development of residential, commercial and mixed-use projects throughout the Washington, DC metro area. His focus has been on transit-oriented mixed-use redevelopments, where he has been extensively involved in the acquisition, design and overall vision of many of the firm’s projects. Prior to joining the JBG Companies in 2006, Mr. Nozar worked in Ernst & Young’s Real Estate Advisory Services Group and at RCLCo, a real estate market consulting firm. Mr. Nozar’s professional associations include the Urban Land Institute and District of Columbia Building Industry Association. He is also on the Board of Trustees for the Studio Theatre in Washington, DC. B.S. in Building Construction and Certificate in City Planning from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Michele Morgan, Professional Organizer with Morgan Organizers

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My passion for organization isn’t anything new, ever since I can remember; I have had an eye for detail and a passion for items to be in order. My family moved many times when I was young, so I was constantly bringing order to my life and my surroundings. I offer to you twenty plus years of experience and reliability. I have enjoyed restoring order to the community over the years and seeing the positive impact my services have on each and every individual.

I am a member of NAPO DC Chapter and NAPO National Association of Professional Organizers which states to my clients that I am a part of a recognized and reliable association whose members adhere to a strict code of ethics when conducting business.

Trish Kim of Staged Interior, Founder & Accredited Staging Professional Master

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Trish Kim has been bringing her clients unique interior design experiences in the Washington DC Metropolitan area since 1988. She is the CEO and a Staging Team Leader of Staged Interior, and is an Accredited Staging Professional Master – ASPM, the one and only charter lifetime ASP Master Home Stager in Northern Virginia as accredited by StagedHomes.com. As an award winning ASP Master and a local and International Association of Home Staging Professional board member, Trish’s strengths are in creative spatial arrangement, color coordination and composition, which create the “WOW!” factor so essential in giving sellers the needed edge in this market.

Trish is married to her husband Young Kim, and has two grown children and a daughter-in-law in Fairfax. She also has mastered the art of spoiling two precious grandchildren, Jake and Tasha.

Johnny Moseley, President of Moseley Construction Group

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A Marine Corps Veteran with over 20 years of experience in the construction industry, Mr. Moseley has spent the last 10 years as a member of senior management at the Moseley Construction Group with responsibilities involving the business, financial and marketing operations. Mr. Moseley’s project experience ranges from base building construction, stick built condominiums, low, mid, and high rise multifamily construction, apartment complex renovations, commercial and new construction, interior renovations, residential renovations, and environmental management, including lead paint and asbestos abatement.

Eric T. May, Founder of May Development

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Eric T. May has 13 years of diverse commercial real estate experience with an emphasis on acquisitions, development and advisory services. Prior to founding May Development, Eric was partner at the Goldstar Group, before that Eric was a founder and principal of Urban Realty Advisors, a small real estate investment and advisory firm in Washington, DC. Before founding Urban Realty Advisors, he held positions with Concord Partners, GE Capital and Clark Realty Capital. Eric is a graduate of Loyola College in Maryland and holds an M.B.A from The George Washington University.

Tim Jones, President of Rockville Volunteer Fire Department

Tim Jones’ segment starts at 16:30.
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Rockville Volunteer Fire Department

From a modest beginning of fifty-one men and one pumper, RVFD has grown to four stations, 200 members, and a frontline fleet of 5 Engines, 3 Ladder Trucks, 1 Heavy Rescue Squad, 3 ALS Medic Units, 4 BLS Ambulances, 2 Brush Trucks, 10 support vehicles, a mobile canteen, a breathing air support unit, numerous reserve pieces and a restored “ceremonial” 1963 Mack Custom built B Model pumper that protect a population of over 250,000 in our first due and 1 million people in Montgomery County. The Rockville area continues to grow, and a new station is being constructed at the intersection of Darnestown Rd. and Shady Grove Rd. It is expected that within the next ten years another station will be built near the intersection of Frederick Rd. and Shady Grove Rd.

As Rockville further grows, we will need the help of you, the community, to continue operating with the same quality service we provide today. Without you and your neighbors support as volunteers, and through monetary contributions, we would not be here today. Thank you and we look forward to another 90+ years of service.

Rockville is one of Maryland ‘s oldest towns, with its origins dating back to Colonial America. During Revolutionary times Rockville was known as Hungerford’s Tavern the name of its most familiar landmark. One of the first calls to freedom from British rule was heard at the tavern in 1774 when a group of patriots met to consider the latest British outrage – the closing of the port of Boston. They issued a series of resolves condemning the Boston blockade, calling for a boycott of trade with Great Britain until the blockade was lifted, and selecting delegates to attend Maryland ‘s general committee of correspondence in Annapolis – one of the meetings which led to the First Continental Congress.

When Montgomery County was formed by a division of Frederick County in 1776, Rockville served as the county seat and gradually became known as Montgomery Court House. In the 1780s, the community was known as Williamsburg , the last of its names before its designation as Rockville . At that time, Rockville was little more than a cluster of homes, a tavern, a courthouse, and a jail.

In 1801, the Maryland General Assembly changed the name of the town to Rockville because of its location close to Rock Creek. Rockville remained small during the first two-thirds of the 19th century. The population grew from 200 in 1800 to 400 in 1846. Rockville became incorporated in 1860 and was governed by three commissioners until 1888, when the city’s 400 residents elected the first Mayor and Council. The first big change in the town’s status began in 1873. The metropolitan branch of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad came to Rockville , and frequent trains started going to and from Washington and the brand new B & O station each day.

Mayor Bridget Newton, Mayor of Rockville, MD

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About Mayor Bridget Donnell Newton

After serving two terms on the Rockville City Council, Bridget Donnell Newton is serving her first term as Mayor.

While on the City Council, Newton served as the liaison to the Rockville Planning Commission, Rockville Housing Enterprises, the Senior Commission, the Recreation and Parks Advisory Board, the Communications Task Force, the Rockville Youth Commission and the Landlord Tenant Affairs Commission.

Newton is a member of the Board of Directors of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments and is serving her third term on the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board. She was re-elected as President of the Montgomery Chapter of the Maryland Municipal League (MML) in June, 2014 and serves as the District 5 Vice President on the MML Board of Directors. In June, Newton was appointed as the Vice Chair of the MML Legislative Committee.

Newton serves as the council liaison to the Financial Advisory Board and Rockville Seniors, Inc.

Before her election to the City Council in 2009, Newton served as Chairman of the Town Center Action Team, Chair of the Compensation Commission and as a member of the Imagine Rockville visioning process.

She was a Block Captain, Vice President and President of the West End Citizens Association (WECA), served as Co-Chair of WECA’s Committee on Beall’s Grant II and was a member of the West End Traffic Management Group. Newton was also involved in the Beall Elementary PTA as classroom helper, Vice President and President. Newton and her family are active members of Potomac Presbyterian Church.

Newton graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University in 1980 with a double major in History and Politics/Government. She is a 2013 graduate of the Academy for Excellence in Governance, a collaborative effort by the University of Maryland’s Institute for Governmental Service and Research, the Maryland Association of Counties (MACO) and MML.

Newton worked on Capitol Hill and then as a Project Manager for a small business consulting firm in Washington, D.C. before leaving in 1988 to become a full-time mother and volunteer.

A Rockville resident since 1981, Mayor Newton and her husband live in Rockville’s West End neighborhood. They have two children.

Daren Blomquist Vice President of RealtyTrac

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