Citizens/Montevue wins again: Judge denies “Motion to Intervene” by Aurora Holdings

On Friday, December 12, 2014, Circuit Court Judge Teresa Adams denied a motion, (by Aurora Holdings, VII, LLC) to “intervene” in the case of Trunk et.al. (Save Montevue) v. Board of County Commissioners (defendant). … [Read more...]

Montevue Matters Now…More Than Ever

In 1828, farmers Elias and Catherine Brunner signed their names to a document that has survived the tests of history and ensured their place in Frederick County’s historical record. Selling acreage to the county for … [Read more...]

Update from the Save Citizens/Montevue Committee

NEWS RELEASE: Opponents To Citizens Nursing Home Sale Win Again In Circuit Court Opponents working to stop the Frederick County Board of Commissioners’ plan to divide the Montevue property in order to … [Read more...]

Letter to supporters of Citizens and Montevue

The letter below from the Save Citizens/Montevue Committee appeared on page A-3 of the Frederick News Post on Friday, June 13, 2014. … [Read more...]

Board of Public Works: County Must Adhere to Obligations

In November, 2010, the Board of County Commissioners received a $200,000 grant from the State of Maryland for construction of the County’s new assisted living and nursing facilities—Montevue (MALF) and Citizens (CCRC). … [Read more...]

The Flim Flam Man: Blaine Young on Citizens and Montevue

Last Spring, the Frederick Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) voted to privatize the county owned Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center (CCRC) and the Montevue Assisted Living facility (MALF). The commissioners … [Read more...]

Just 10 of the reasons to vote against Blaine Young

Editor's Note: The following was submitted by Lesli as a Letter to the Editor of the Frederick News Post on April 16th. She received an automatic "receipt" for the letter, but it was not published. … [Read more...]

Final Monrovia Town Center Public Hearings: April 23rd & 24th

Commissioners President Blaine Young said "his" hearings would be done in one night. How about three nights down and we're not done yet! We go back to work at 6:00pm on Wednesday April 23rd at Winchester Hall. … [Read more...]