Morning Notes

Metro Hopes to Open Bethesda Station Elevator Next Week — Metro hopes to have the Bethesda Metrorail station elevator reopened next week for the first time since May. Metro needed to rehab the elevators before embarking on the replacement of the station’s three escalators, among the longest in the western hemisphere. [The Gazette]

B-CC Football Coach Resigns — Rich Noland, the Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School football coach who took the Barons to back-to-back playoff berths for the first time since the 1950′s, stepped down. Noland, an AP psychology and U.S. history teacher at B-CC, said he wanted to spend more time with his kids. [Washington Post]

Duncan Said To Be Considering Executive Run — Three-term former County Executive Doug Duncan reportedly met with donors and supporters yesterday morning to discuss a run for his old job in 2014. Center Maryland’s Josh Kurtz says Duncan’s reemergence could be behind current County Executive Isiah Leggett’s potential reversal on whether to run again. Leggett previously said he would not run for a third term in 2014. [Center Maryland]

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