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Steve Robins Chairs 42nd Annual Public Safety Awards

Land use attorney Steve Robins will be chair of the 42nd Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce Annual Public Safety Awards luncheon on March 11 at the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and County Conference Center.

The awards ceremony honors Montgomery County Departments of Police, Fire & Rescue Service, Maryland-National Capital Park Police - Montgomery County Division, Sheriff's Office, and Correction and Rehabilitation for their commitment to the community.

Steve has served as chair of the annual luncheon for more than a decade, and was recognized at the Montgomery County Public Safety Memorial Dedication for his contributions in 2012. On February 18, Steve appeared on Montgomery Week in Review to talk about the event and what keeps him coming back to serve as chair.

"It's really just showing my uptmost respect for the men and women of public safety that literally put their lives on the line for all of us," he said on the show, "and make Montgomery County a better place to live, work, and play." To hear the full interview, view it on YouTube via the MCCC.

For more information on the event, visit the Public Safety Awards Event Page.

Steve Robins is a land use attorney at Lerch, Early & Brewer in Bethesda, Maryland who represents prominent national and regional developers, contractors, lenders, and commercial property owners and has been involved in many high-visibility projects in Montgomery County. For more information on the 42nd Annual Public Safety Awards or any land use, zoning and real estate matters, contact Steve at (301) 657-0747 or


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