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Montgomery County may technically be a “suburb.” But it’s a rapidly growing place with a population that already dwarfs Washington, D.C. We talk with Royce Hanson, a planning board chairman who has played a major role in Montgomery’s current look and feel, about how the county’s identity will evolve as growth continues.
- Royce Hanson Montgomery County Planning Board Chairman and Vice Chairman of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission
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