Bethesda student chosen for board of gun violence prevention group

Bethesda student chosen for national board of gun violence prevention group

Plus: New parking rates go into effect in Silver Spring on Nov. 2; Montgomery, Prince George's customers owe WSSC Water $58.4M

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Bethesda student chosen for national board of gun violence prevention group

A high school student whose family moved to Bethesda after a mass shooting at her father’s former workplace will serve on the national advisory board for a gun violence prevention organization.

Jeannie She, a senior at Walt Whitman High in Bethesda, was one of the 16 student leaders chosen to serve on the national advisory board for Students Demand Action. [Maryland Matters]

New parking rates go into effect in Silver Spring on Nov. 2

New parking rates at Montgomery County-operated garages, parking lots and street meters in downtown Silver Spring will go into effect on Nov. 2.

The new hourly rates will be: on-street parking, $2; surface lot parking, $1.25; National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Wayne and Town Square Garages 58, 60 and 61, $1.25; all other garages, $1 [Montgomery County]

Montgomery, Prince George’s customers owe WSSC Water $58.4M

WSSC Water said 95,000 people in Prince George’s and Montgomery counties are late on their bills, owing the utility company $58.4 million in total.

That’s an 82% increase from 2019, according to WSSC Water. [WUSA]

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