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With Pepco in the midst of being sold for nearly $7 billion, one Montgomery County Council member sees the potential deal as an opportunity.
The phone has been ringing off the hook at the water company.
At the first of two public hearings on a 79-mile bus rapid transit network, about 100 residents and interest groups turned out to testify on how the proposal would affect the future of commuting in Montgomery County.
Nearly a year and a half after Montgomery County's 5-cent bag tax took effect, a public hearing was held Tuesday night to consider possible tweaks.
Montgomery County officials agreed to contract with Alta Bicycle Share to set up more than 200 bikes at 29 bikeshare sites.
An early warning system designed spot water line breaks before they rupture isn't a fail safe for all pipes. And as many as 800 sections of pipe across two area counties aren't covered by the detection system.
A call for increased fees in Maryland is more than just an effort to relieve gridlock, advocates say.
A total of seven Ride On buses burst into flames in three years in Montgomery County. While the county was already planning on replacing the 28 Champion-brand buses, the fires forced the county to speed up the replacement process and added $150,000 cost to the process.
Montgomery County Council President Roger Berliner thinks the county should pay for its own bus rapid transit system.
Montgomery County Council president Roger Berliner says he will rework a tree trimming bill that initially targeted Pepco after a county attorney said it would only work if the new rules applied to everyone.
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