Wednesday, November 15, 2006

thumbing through the papers . . .

so you don't have to.

From the Post:Yikes! These oddly-shaped lots are in Fairfax County, which is trying to prevent them from being developed again. They have a reputation for surveying blind, I guess. I wonder why we don't see this in MoCo as much.

From the Gazette:

- The assistant principal at my alma mater, Blake High, has been nominated for Maryland Assistant Principal of the Year. Mr. Berry was a great administrator and a good guy, and I think he deserves it.

- Throughout the fall, Ike Leggett's been focus-grouping his plans for governing Montgomery County with a cadre of business leaders in Potomac, while former Senate candidate Allan Lichtman suggests the election of so many slow-growthers in County government won't really make a difference.

- A Silver Springer writes in to defend "the Turf" as more than a "placeholder" until the new Civic Building goes up.

It's been a good week, and I think the rest of it will look similar.

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