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County Council Bill Would Require Landlords to Put Air Conditioning in Units

Bill is the latest measure aimed at improving life for county’s 300,000 tenants

County Greenlights Three Stormwater Runoff Projects

Grosvenor/Luxmanor Tributary, Glemmont Green Streets and Old Farm Creek projects will resume after being suspended last year due to change in contracting method


Financial Woes Force National Philharmonic To Furlough Employees

County budget director says government is exploring ways to help orchestra ‘survive’


Federal Park and Planning Agency Questions Beltway Widening

National Capital Planning Commission can approve or deny portion of project in three parks

Week Ahead: County Council To Discuss Landlord-Tenant Bill

Plus: Board of Elections to conduct voter registration sessions targeting disabled population; Rockville to recognize sister city relationship with Taiwan


Council Member Receives Hateful Messages in Response to Police Reform Efforts and Claim of Racial Profiling

Will Jawando is the second council member in as many months to report a large volume of hate mail

Council Members Wary of County Executive’s Two-Year Budget Proposal

Uncertain revenue projections, they say, make the practice challenging in Montgomery County


Council Criticizes Executive Department Over Lack of Transparency on Credit Report

Members say monthlong gap in communication over Moody’s report illustrates a lack of trust between two branches of government


Police Advisory Commission Draws Mixed Reaction

Capacity crowd attends hearing that came just hours after county police officer was charged with second degree assault

Montgomery County Lost Brick-and-Mortar Businesses Last Year

Preliminary data shows sluggish economy

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