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County Council Looks To Add $1 Million More to Public Election Fund

Additional money would bring fund total to $11 million for the 2018 election
04/21/17

County Council Votes Against Leggett’s Proposed Salary Schedule for Top Employees

One member said county executive is not taking task seriously
04/20/17

I-270 Improvements Will Reduce Travel Times, Governor Says

Montgomery County leaders say lane additions and new technology should be a first step toward a long-term solution for the congested highway
04/20/17

Parks Officials Decide To Rid System’s Vending Machines of Certain Sports Drinks, Sodas

Health advocates praise passage of resolution limiting calories, sodium
04/19/17

Teen Reporter From Bethesda Gets Melania Trump, Easter Bunny To Open Up

Young reporter heads to White House Easter Egg Roll on TIME for Kids assignment
04/19/17

Elrich Says Bethesda Plan Review Is Progressing With Marriott Project Schedule in Mind

Comments come during full council’s first work session on the two-decade master plan
04/19/17

Proposed Silver Spring Arena Fails To Generate Developer Interest

No one responded to county’s request for a private partner to develop two downtown parking garages into a 5,000-seat arena
04/18/17

Outraged Advocates Say Sports Drink, Soda Companies Shaped Drafted Health Policy for Parks

Rules would set nutritional standards for vending machines
04/18/17

White Supremacist Group Fliers Posted Near County Council Building

A council member mentioned the fliers shortly before the council approved $225,000 in funds to bolster security at Jewish community buildings
04/18/17

County Council Approves Healthy Vending Machines Bill

New regulations will limit what types of snacks and drinks are sold in machines at county office buildings
04/18/17

Bethesda Community Group Asks County To Check Data in Drafted Downtown Plan

Reliable development data is integral to community confidence, group members say
04/17/17

State Puts Forth Plan To Add Lanes on I-270 To Reduce Traffic Congestion

Transportation officials estimate the project could be completed in 2019, but critics are skeptical about whether it will work
04/17/17