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THE NEXT SCHEDULED MEETING IS SEPTEMBER 22, 6:00PM AT CLAGETT MANAGEMENT.
ARC committee volunteers needed. There is currently one position open on the ARC committee. We need your assistance reviewing exterior change applications. For more information, or to volunteer, please contact Danielle Reap, Association Manager at email@example.com.
Frederick is requiring all yard waste, including leaves and grass, be placed in acceptable recyclable bags or containers beginning January 4, 2016.
If you have any questions please contact DPW at 301-600-1440
Community Outreach Coordinator
Frederick Police Department/City of Frederick
100 West Patrick Street, Frederick MD
301-600-2091 For more infomation, click on the link below.
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Frederick News Post will not take a blanket request from Management to cease throwing the free "What's inside4U" paper in your driveway every Thursday. Individual homeowners have to call to request a STOP DELIVERY. If you step over this paper every week, and never read it, PLEASE call to help clean up North Crossing.
Call Tina at 301-662-1177 ext 8515 to give her your address.
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Townhomes: Replacing your Roof?
The original shingle was a 3-tab TAMKO Slatestone Gray.
If you want to change to an architectural shingle, a matching color would be Certainteed Colonial Slate. Certainteed also has a similar 3-tab shingle in Slate Gray. You must submit an ARC application for all roofing work as these are the only approvable colors.
Send payments, payable to North Crossing HOA, to PO Box 24064, Newark, NJ 07101-0406
Clagett Management contact:
301-695-6676 ext. 1208
FCPS has 63 schools and serves grades pre-kindergarten through 12. Enrollment increased by 4,000 in the last decade.
Eight Frederick County high schools ranked in the nation’s top 6% in encouraging students to take challenging Advanced Placement (AP) or
International Baccalaureate tests, according to Newsweek's 2009 Challenge Index. They are, in rank order: Middletown, Linganore, Urbana,
Walkersville, Frederick, Catoctin, Brunswick and Governor Thomas Johnson High.
The index is designed to identify schools that challenge average students.
Our students consistently surpass state and national averages on the College Board SAT.
Frederick County Public Schools
Monocacy Elementary School
Monocacy Middle School
Gov. Thomas Johnson High School
Frederick Community College