County Council Launches Cell Antenna Website; Scouts Collecting Food

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County Council launches cell antenna website

The Council has established a new website devoted to small cell antennas, the issue that brought out 200 residents at an informational session in October. The two-hour session is viewable on YouTube. The new website includes a section of Frequently Asked Questions. [Montgomery County]

Scouts collecting food

If you have received a white plastic bag with black and red lettering at your door, one of the local Boy or Cub Scouts has visited your home for their Scouting for Food project. The Scouts ask that you put one or more non-perishable food items as well as hygiene products in the bag and then put it back outside for a morning pickup Saturday. [Rockville View]

Hogan laying low on election night

Gov. Larry Hogan, Maryland Republicans’ de facto leader and perhaps the state’s most popular politician, is not expected to be part of an election-watching crowd of Republicans at a hotel near Baltimore-Washington International Marshall Airport. Hogan, who disavowed GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump months ago, has been keeping his distance from the state party. [Washington Post]

Toxic election forces elementary school to scrap class project

When fifth-graders at Pine Crest Elementary School iln Silver Spring started an election project this fall, they expected it to last through Tuesday’s presidential vote. But as the language and tone of the presidential campaign grew more disturbing, school leaders pulled the plug in October. [Washington Post]

Sunny today, clear tonight

Today, sunny. Highs around 61. Tonight, Clear. Lows around 36. Election Day: Mostly sunny. Highs around 66. Night: Partly cloudy with scattered showers. Lows around 46. [Weather For You]

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