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Get outside and play…and eat.
For less than a month, Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) has had a program in place that allows residents to close their streets to through traffic, allowing neighbors to use the street for walking, biking, visiting or just wandering about free of [most] traffic concerns.
FIREWORKS? NEXT YEAR: Fourth of July celebrations; “Germantown Glory” and “Mid-County Sparkles” have been cancelled.
The minimum wage will increase in Montgomery County on Friday, July 1, in spite of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich presented his vision and plans to “Reimagine Public Safety.”
We had to euthanize Biscuit, our oldest cat, on Saturday, June 20th. He would have been 14 on September 20th.