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New Developer Jumps Into White Flint — Rockville-based Foulger-Pratt bought the two-story office building at 11600 Nebel St. earlier this month and plans to buy more property to build what would be the fifth major mixed-use development in the White Flint area. [Washington Post] Leggett Asks For Bus Rapid Transit's First Million — County Executive Isiah Leggett (D) has asked that $1 million be taken out of the county's transportation reserve fund and used to study the Bus Rapid Transit network, which could include a bus-only lane with transit stops on the Wisconsin Avenue/Route 355 corridor. [The Gazette] Chevy Chase Sporting Goods Shop Features High-End Merchandise — Going to the slopes this winter? Need a $680 skiing hat or snowboarding goggles with a built-in GPS for $450? One storeowner in Chevy Chase is betting you do. [Washington Post] Flickr photo by IamJomo

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