The B-CC Rescue Squad will end its service to Upper Northwest DC by the end of the year
The Bethesda-Chevy Chase Rescue Squad will end its ambulance service to Upper Northwest DC by the end of this year.
The decision was made after reviewing response data and determining that the dedicated emergency service would not be necessary due to an increase in fire stations with paramedical services in DC and Montgomery County. [WTOP]
When the Bread and Roses party dissolves, the founder will run for governor like you
The Bread and Roses Party, a socialist party officially recognized by the state of Maryland for the 2020 election cycle, has dissolved.
The party’s founder, Jerome M. Segal of Silver Spring, a writer, university lecturer and activist, said he plans to run for governor as a Democrat in 2022. [Maryland Matters]
MCPS seems to be hiring bus drivers, temps at job fairs
Montgomery County Public Schools is hosting a personal job fair on Monday.
The school district is looking to fill positions for bus drivers, temps, school safety assistance and elsewhere. [WUSA]
WSSC Water’s budget proposes $ 400 million in upgrades, rate hikes
WSSC Water has approved more than $ 400 million in contracts to upgrade and improve aging water and sewerage infrastructure in Montgomery and Prince George’s counties.
It includes two $ 200 million sewer pipe rehabilitation contracts across Montgomery and Prince George’s counties. [WTOP]
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