Morning Notes

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Blasting Could Begin This Week At 8300 Wisconsin — Weather permitting, blasting will start on Wednesday at the 8300 Wisconsin Ave. construction site at Battery Lane and Wisconsin Avenue. All blasting will happen mid-day and not affect traffic. [Ken Hartman/Bethesda-Chevy Chase Regional Services Center]

Gansler To Talk Transportation Tuesday — Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Doug Gansler will be the featured speaker on Tuesday at the Action Committee for Transit’s monthly meeting in Silver Spring. The group has heard from other Democratic candidates Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and Delegate Heather Mizeur in recent months. [Action Committee for Transit]

Tommy Joe’s Holds Benefit For Animal Organizations — Tommy Joe’s hosted a party and benefit for dog owners and dogs last week. Proceeds will go to the Montgomery County Partners for Animal Well-Being and the new Montgomery County Animal Service and Adoption Center. [Bethesda Magazine]

‘Murder in the Yoga Store’ Author To Discuss Book Thursday — Peter Ross Range, who wrote a book on the 2011 killing of Bethesda yoga store employee Jayna Murray, will discuss it and sign copies in an appearance on Thursday at Politics and Prose in D.C. [Bethesda Patch]

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