WSSC will be adding solar photovoltaic power at two of its wastewater treatment plants to broaden its use of alternative energy sources.
Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Wheaton Patch highlights star bloggers in its Local Voices section.
Have you ever explored the Local Voices section on Wheaton Patch's home page? This week we highlight some of the fantastic blogs written there by community members. Greening Wheaton with Solar Power Ed Murtagh of GreenWheaton writes about how homeowners can help the environment (and save money) by taking advantage of solar renewable energy credits and solar power purchase agreements. WUDAC: Re-energize and re-engage with the community "As the new Chair of the Wheaton Urban District Advisory Committee (WUDAC), I am eager and excited about the opportunity to serve and make a difference in our community." Henriot St. Gerard writes about three ways that WUDAC wants to be working in Wheaton. Board of Education Members Installed Following the …
Thursday, October 25, 2012
The Montgomery County executive answered residents' questions about public safety, small business assistance and solar energy opportunities in an interactive chat on Wednesday.
How is the county going to step up its efforts to protect Ride On bus drivers and passengers? What steps will the county executive take to fund the new Small Business Assistance Program? These were among the questions Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett fielded from residents on Wednesday in an interactive chat online. Patch has excerpted questions and answers from the discussion that specifically mentioned the Wheaton and Glenmont area. (The questions and answers have not been edited.) The full transcript of the discussion is available online here. The next live discussion will take place Nov. 21. Ride On Bus Question: Hi Mr. Leggett, I have been on Ride On buses when customers have refused to pay bus fare and have literally spit …