Morning Notes


Let It Snow? — Forecasters are predicting the Nor'easter hitting the East Coast today could bring some light, slushy snow and accumulation in the region's first snowstorm of the season. The precipitation is supposed to start this afternoon. [Washington Post] Campaign is Over, Political Signs Remain — County Council President Roger Berliner (D-Bethesda-Potomac) called this year's election the most "excruciating" he's ever experienced, and his is not an uncommon feeling. A local blogger reminded all that those campaign signs littering neighborhood sidewalks and state roads must be taken down by law. [Just Up The Pike] Arts Advocates Gather to Discuss Upcoming Budget — The Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, which provides grants and supports local art projects and organizations, is meeting today in Chevy Chase to discuss strategy for the upcoming budget session. [Arts and Humanites Council of Montgomery County] Flickr photo by Bill in DC

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