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Post Fitness Columnist: Capital Crescent Trail With Purple Line Wouldn't Be The Same — Washington Post fitness columnist Lenny Bernstein praises the Capital Crescent Trail as a unique running and cycling route for such an urban area, one that he feels wouldn't be as attractive if reduced to a 12-foot-wide paved path alongside the planned Purple Line light rail. [Washington Post] State Public Service Commission Orders Utilities To Improve Reliability — The Maryland Public Service Commission, which regulates utilities such as the oft-criticized Pepco electric company, on Wednesday issued an order for utilities to come up with a reliability improvement plan by May 31, among other improvements. [The Gazette] Reminder: Willard Avenue Park Meeting Tonight — Montgomery Parks is hosting a public meeting to discuss its planned changes for the Willard Avenue Neighborhood Park, set for tonight at 7 p.m. [Montgomery Parks] Montgomery's Office of Consumer Protection To Join In On 'Consumer Protection Week' — Montgomery County's Office of Consumer Protection, one of just two county-level consumer protection agencies in Maryland, will celebrate its 40 years with a variety of events during next week's "National Consumer Protection Week." [Montgomery County] Flickr photo by vpickering

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