Morning Notes

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Chevy Chase Man Gets 15 Years For Denny’s Robbery — Colin Thomas Bowie was sentenced to 30 years with 15 years suspended for robbing the safe of a Fairfax Denny’s by gunpoint on New Year’s Day 2012. [WUSA9]

Gun Control Bill Heads To House of Delegates Vote, Issues Remain — The Maryland House of Delegate will vote on Gov. Martin O’Malley’s gun control bill today, but some changes to the original legislation have gun control supporters in an interesting position. [Washington Post]

D.C. Realtor Opening Chevy Chase Office — D.C. residential real estate agent Donna Evers is opening up a Bethesda-Chevy Chase office tomorrow on Wisconsin Avenue near Bradley Lane. [Evers & Co.]

Chevy Chase Village To Hold Ethics Briefing Tonight — The Village is looking for up to six candidates to fill its seven-member Village Board in its upcoming election. Two Board members quit last year in protest of new state ethics rules that require more extensive financial disclosures. The Village will brief anybody interested in running on the disclosure requirements. [Chevy Chase Village]

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