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Audits Show Mismanagement of Funds at B-CC — Audits from 2008 and 2011 show lax record-keeping procedures for cash and checks collected by sponsors for school activity and at least $61,000 in understated debt owed to Montgomery County Public Schools and other vendors. [Parents' Coalition of Montgomery County, Maryland] Pepco Again Asks For Rate Hike — The power company is asking the Maryland Public Service for a $60.8 million increase in its base rates, about $7.13 more a month for the average customer. [The Gazette] Ride On Bus Cameras Watch and Record  — Nearly 300 Montgomery County Ride On buses have surveillance cameras that record sound in addition to video. That has some worried about privacy issues, but the county says the sound recording is meant for the bus drivers. [Washington Post] Flickr photo by smather

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