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The Chevy Chase Village Board of Managers is subject to an ethics law for which Kensington received an exemption.
Montgomery County Council's Transportation, Infrastructure, Energy and Environment Committee reviews the request on Monday morning.
The fiber optic monitoring system meant to warn WSSC of impending breaks in the water main did not fail, WSSC engineers said, Bethesda Now reported.
On Monday, at 9:30 a.m., the Montgomery County Council's Transportation, Infrastructure, Energy and Environment Committee will be briefed on what has been learned so far about the water main break at Chevy Chase Lake Drive and Connecticut Avenue.
The county planning department's next featured speaker will talk about linking transportation policies with bicycle use. The free public lecture takes place at 7 p.m. on April 9.
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Projects are on the board's March 14 agenda.
The Maryland Public Service Commission issued an order Wednesday directing electricity companies to improve service reliability and resiliency.
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's speaker series this month features urban planners talking about how to turn ideas into reality.
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