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Tommy Joe's Owner Plans Rooftop Woodmont Triangle Restaurant — Alan Poho, owner of the popular Tommy Joe's bar and eatery (4714 Montgomery Lane), revealed plans for a 6,200-square-foot, two-floor restaurant at the yet-to-be-redeveloped building at the corner of Cordell and Norfolk Avenues. [Bethesda Magazine] Golf Club Says Service Entrance Would Have Little Traffic Impact — An attorney representing the Chevy Chase Club said a proposed service driveway to the country club on the east side of Wisconsin Avenue across from Davidson Drive wouldn't result in significant traffic issues along Chevy Chase's "Green Mile." [Chevy Chase Patch] County Council to Hear From Accessory Apartment Foes Tonight — The County Council's public hearing on a zoning bill to ease restrictions on accessory apartments is tonight. It's expected to draw a number of people against the current proposal because of concerns about overcrowding, traffic and enforcement. [The Gazette] Flickr photo by pikeplacegameworks

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