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Friedson Wants All County Legislation To Carry Fiscal Impact Estimate

Requirement would provide indication of costs new laws could place on businesses, residents

Week Ahead: Public Hearings on Beltway, I-270 Toll Lane Proposals

Plus: County Council examines employee compensation; Public hearing on Ride On pilot program

Revised Accessory Apartment Plan Sets Limits on Size

Amendments would also ease restrictions on parking requirements

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School Notes: Student School Board Member Election Wednesday

Plus: Gaithersburg student honored for volunteer service; Maryland one of six states selected to expand school breakfast

Bethesda Street Parking Could Increase to $4 An Hour at Peak Times

Demand-based pricing plan intended to encourage residents to use garages

Third Churchill High Student Sickened After Vaping At School

County launching education, prevention initiatives as cases rise

Complaints Against County Workers Found To Be Without Merit

County watchdog publishes findings of six months of investigations

Battle Brews Over Montgomery College Budget

After executive trims request, council committee recommends full funding

Week Ahead: Schools Holding Forum on Boundaries

Plus: Public meetings on needs of businesses, hearings on county construction and renovation projects

Education Advocates Reiterate Need for Full MCPS Funding

At final budget hearing, need for school psychologists is detailed

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