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Tom Hucker

Councilmember

Councilmember Tom Hucker

Tom In the News

  • May 23 – WTOP 
    • Opponents to Beltway, 270 toll lanes speak out at town hall
    • Excerpt: "People are concerned about the same things, they’re concerned about the impact on neighborhoods, the impact on our environment, the lack of progress on real congestion because of the imbalance, because of the fact it doesn’t include transit," Hucker says
  • May 15 – WTOP 
  • May 6 – Patch 
    • Lead Drinking Water Bill Vote Scheduled May 7
    • Excerpt: "We can't take any chances with the health of our children. We need to set an updated standard that's more health protective and contemporary for Montgomery County based on the best contemporary science," Hucker says
  • May 3 – WTOP 
  • May 2 – Bethesda Beat 
  • March 25 – Bethesda Beat 
    • New Limits On Parking Spaces Being Debated
    • Excerpt: "Built into this is the assumption that everyone has good transit options … there’s nothing wrong with this but it doesn’t put any more buses on the street, it doesn’t make Metro go where it doesn’t go," Hucker says
  • June 30 – The Sentinel 
  • June 29 – Montgomery County Council
    • County Lawmakers praise new 'Enterprise Zone" for Burtonsville/Briggs Chaney
    • Excerpt:  Councilmember Hucker joined with the District 14 State Delegation this year to call on the Department of Commerce to create Enterprise Zone. The Enterprise Zone program provides real property and state income tax credits to businesses that create jobs and make capital investments. This program will support small businesses in Burtonsville and Briggs Chaney.
  • June 27 – Bethesda Magazine
    • County Council Dives Into Battle Over Legal Definition for a "Country Inn"
    • Excerpt:  A coalition of community groups is lauding a County Council proposal that could derail plans to build a banquet hall with guest rooms near the historic Old Angler’s Inn in Potomac." Tom Hucker and Marc Elrich propose new zoning restrictions to help keep the unwanted establishment out of the community.
  • June 22 –  WJLA
  • May 5 – WTOP
    • Montgomery Co. commute fix could put county on hook for WMATA
    • Excerpt:  "An effort to bring some limited short-term relief to commuters in the congested Route 29 corridor could leave Montgomery County on the hook for millions of dollars to Metro, the county’s transportation department warned a council committee Thursday."
  • May 2 – The Washington Post
  • April 24 – WTOP
    • Montgomery Co. bill may help foreclosed homes get on the market
    • Excerpt:  "A coalition of community groups is lauding a County Council proposal that could derail plans to build a banquet hall with guest rooms near the historic Old Angler’s Inn in Potomac." Tom Hucker and Marc Elrich propose new zoning restrictions to help keep the unwanted establishment out of the community.
  • March 8 – DCW50
    • Montgoimery County council passes urban farm tax credit bill
    • Excerpt: The Urban Agricultural Tax Credit bill passed 8-0 and will give properties that qualify up to an 80% exemption on property tax. Councilmember Tom Hucker was the bill’s main sponsor and said he hopes it encourages more people to start an urban farm.
  • March 7 – WJLA
    • Urban farm bill passes in Montgomery County
    • Excerpt: “The more we can grow healthy food close by, and reduce the food miles, the greenhouse gas footprint of bringing food from all over and the more we can create an opportunity for local students in an urban environment like Silver Spring to come right here and see where their food comes from,” said Councilman Hucker.
  • February 14 – WTOP
  • February 13 – WHAG
    • Stand-off spills into streets of Silver Spring over unionizing
    • Excerpt: “They're trying to organize a union. They've never had one,” said Tom Hucker, Montgomery County Council member. “We support their efforts to do that. If nurses vote to have a union, they should have one, and management shouldn't fight that." Nurses told WHAG they've been pulled from patients' rooms by management to discuss the ills of unionizing.”
  • February 24 – Bethesda Magazine

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