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The county school board voted to cancel its lease of the Brickyard site in Potomac with the county, which had planned to develop the site with soccer fields.
The Montgomery County Planning Board will discuss a development in Bethesda, the county's Zoning Rewrite Project and other issues at the board's Feb. 14 meeting.
The county's zoning rewrite would allow a residential neighborhood to change, gradually, to diversify its housing stock.
Three new bills introduced on Tuesday in the Maryland House of Delegates aim to improve public participation in the Maryland Public Service Commission's oversight of utilities such as Pepco.
Rep. Christopher Van Hollen (D-Kensington) is slated to speak at the rally in front of the Washington Monument.
Your guide to how two major events will affect the local area.
Just what the opt-out option will be is still undecided, according to the Maryland Public Service Commission.
Government, Holiday Guide
Liquor stores will be closed and parking in county lots and at county meters will be free-of-charge on Thanksgiving Day.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett says the county cannot afford to build a 10-route bus rapid transit system.
The map is "so blatantly gerrymandered that District 3 looks like blood spatter from a crime scene," Montgomery County Council member Phil Andrews said.
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