Thursday, November 17, 2016

Aspen Hill Civic Association issues statement on turbulent week in MoCo

Responding to events of the past week in Montgomery County, which have included peaceful protests, questions about how changes to federal immigration enforcement may affect undocumented residents, and the beating of a Donald Trump supporter in Rockville yesterday, the executive board of the Aspen Hill Civic Association released the following statement last night:

"Aspen Hill is a dynamic and diverse community, and the AHCA Board wishes to express that we respect and cherish our differences. We affirm the right of all people to hold differences of opinion and to peacefully express those opinions, and we categorically reject intimidation and violence against any person because of who they are or what they believe. It is our mission to work for the betterment of our community, so we will work to make Aspen Hill a safe and welcoming community, free from intolerance and fear."


  1. i feel much better now that they've made their position known to all!

  2. Everybody wants to be heard... we're loving and compassionate. Who cares!