Morning Notes

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Chevy Chase Village Finds Enough To Keep 7-Member Board — At its Annual Meeting on Monday, the four Board members up for election said they would come back and two new members stepped up to fill the spots of the pair who quit last year in protest of more stringent financial disclosure rules. The Village was worried it would not find enough willing Board participants because of the rules. [Chevy Chase Patch]

Chevy Chase Landlord Pleads Guilty In Peeping Case — Dennis Van Dusen, 64, of Ridgewood Avenue pleaded to three misdemeanor charges of placing tiny cameras in smoke detectors to record female tenants having sex. Van Dusen could face up to 18 months in prison when he’s sentenced in July. [Washington Post]

Hard Times Cafe Owner Honored At Restaurant Awards — Hard Times Cafe owner Greg Hourigan, who was diagnosed with leukemia last year, won the Maryland Hospitality Hall of Honor award at the recent Restaurant Association of Maryland’s annual awards gala. [Bethesda Magazine]


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