Morning Notes

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Duncan Will Continue To Work For Lerners Despite Campaign For County Executive — Doug Duncan, the former three-term county executive running to regain the position, said his consulting work for the major developer is confined to projects in Prince George’s County. The Lerners own White Flint Mall, slated to undergo a massive redevelopment spurred by the 2010 White Flint Sector Plan. [Washington Post]

In Cross Country, It’s B-CC and Walter Johnson vs. Everybody Else — The two Bethesda schools have dominated the county’s cross country scene and appear poised to again this year. The B-CC girls team won its third straight Class 4A state title last season. The Walter Johnson boys team narrowly missed its fifth-straight 4A state title, but won counties and regionals. [The Gazette]

Brickyard Farm Hosts Family Farm Day — From 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday, see what’s going on Brickyard Farm in Potomac and try some gardening and homemade cornbread. [Brickyard Educational Farm]

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