About Councilmember Navarro

I serve as the Council Vice-President and the Montgomery County Councilmember representing District 4. I am the chair of the Government Operations and Fiscal Policy Committee and also serve on the Health and Human Services Committee.

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October 8, 2009

FBI office in Baltimore looking for missing Olney girl

The FBI's Office in Baltimore is looking for an Olney teenager reported missing Thursday.

Jordan Elise Bouey, 13, of Rushbrook Drive was last seen about 12:45 a.m. at Union Station in Washington, D.C., according to the FBI. She is described as white, 5 feet 6 inches tall, weighing 130 pounds, with blue eyes and brown hair.

Anyone with information on the teen's whereabouts is asked to call the FBI at 410-265-8080 or 911.
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Reverse Mortage Could become a Fiasco for Senior Citizens

“Senior households may become the next group of consumers harmed by irresponsible marketing and selling practices according to a report released by a major consumer organization released yesterday.” - David Lereah, Real Estate Economy Watch

Read the complete article here.

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Letter To County Exec. Regarding Wheaton Library

DATE: October 5, 2009

TO: Isiah Leggett, County Executive

FROM: Nancy Navarro, Montgomery County Council District 4

SUBJECT: Proposed Wheaton Library

As you are aware from past meetings with members of the community, the residents I represent near Wheaton Regional Library are strongly opposed to the relocation of the library to downtown Wheaton.

Though I fully support and encourage the revitalization of the Wheaton business district, after hearing the arguments both for and against relocating the library, I am writing to affirm our commitment to ensuring Wheaton Library remains in its current location.

The Library services a diverse population of youths, seniors, immigrants and families both within adjoining communities and throughout Montgomery County. Furthermore, the current location is convenient for residents not only because of its access for disabled residents, but also because parking is currently ample, free, and without the concerns about misuse that plague libraries in business districts.

This is an extremely important point, given that during these challenging financial times, many residents use our public libraries not just for reading material, but also for internet access, job searches, County services and programming, and as a safe place for our children to spend time.

I hope that you will join me in ensuring that Wheaton Regional Library will remain in its present location and in reassuring residents that this matter has been put to rest.

I would appreciate a response by the close of business on Friday, October 9th.

Thank you.
For more information, please visit Save Wheaton Library
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