Royce Hanson has been chairman of the Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission during two pivotal eras, first, 1972-81, creating the Montgomery County Agricultural Reserve (which preserved green land in a wealthy and dense county) and then, since 2006, as the down county shifted from a purely suburban character to a more urban setting. More info. Now he is retiring, again, and a celebration is planned. Please note: you must RSVP by June 10 and a donation of $10 is requested.
Barnaby Zall. SOURCE: Friends of White Flint