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2015/02/27 03:20
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... transportation only succeeds when it is convenient and affordable. Unfortunately Metro is becoming neither,” said Mr. Evans, Ward 2 Democrat. “Raising fares only drives people away from the...
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2015/02/20 23:19
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When the Montgomery County Council first considered an overhaul of taxi regulations last fall, its goal was to ease requirements for owners of traditional cab companies facing competition from...
2015/02/17 14:22
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This story was corrected at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 11, 2015. An explanation follows the story. Rockville has decided to wait to vote on whether to change the standards of how the city balances development...
2015/02/14 21:19
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Early in 2015, the Metro system’s leaders face two challenging rounds of hearings. One set is with federal and local officials who oversee the transit authority in various ways. The other is with the...
2015/02/12 14:22
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The future of electricity distribution in most of Montgomery County took center stage Monday at the Upcounty Citizens Advisory Board meeting in Germantown. Visiting were two speakers who talked about...
2015/02/11 20:36
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The damaged third rail following the Jan. 12 incident Ventilation fans pulled smoke toward a train full of trapped passengers in the Jan. 12 Metro incident that left one woman dead and sent more than...
2015/02/11 12:22
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After years of larger rate increases, the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission has proposed raising customer water and sewer rates a combined 1 percent for fiscal 2016, which starts July...
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2015/02/03 19:22
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The Purple Line should be Montgomery County’s top transportation priority, emphasizing to Gov. Larry Hogan the project’s importance, according to County Council committee. The council’s...
2015/02/02 19:19
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Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett said Monday he will ask state lawmakers to withdraw from consideration a bill to allow creation of a new independent agency to oversee the county’s planned...
2015/01/30 13:22
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Allowing for trails on Pepco’s property is a condition county leaders and civic activists want tacked onto the pending acquisition of the electric utility. The Montgomery County Council voted Tuesday...
2015/01/30 00:20
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Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett. (Jeffrey MacMillan/The Washington Post) Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett says residents can expect him to propose a significant property tax...
2015/01/29 13:23
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Pulte Homes is again at odds with environmental groups, this time over how to design a sewer system to serve three large tracts planned for future growth in the Clarksburg/Boyds area. The County...
2015/01/29 03:19
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Amid reports that Montgomery County Schools Superintendent Joshua P. Starr lacks the support he needs on the county school board to gain reappointment, the board took no official action Wednesday on...
2015/01/28 13:22
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State Sen. Brian J. Feldman is considering introducing legislation that would curtail utility tree-cutting. Feldman (D-Dist. 15) of Potomac said the recent uptick in tree cutting in his district has...
2015/01/26 13:22
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Reliability, renewable energy and community benefit were among the concerns raised Jan. 13 at a three-plus-hour hearing on the proposed acquisition of Pepco Holdings by Exelon Corp. of Chicago. Pepco...
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Connecting to a sewer line has become so expensive for thousands of homeowners and businesses on septic systems in Montgomery County, including sites in the Clarksburg Historic District, that they...
2015/02/27 03:20
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