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Morning Notes

By Aaron Kraut

Thursday - 12/6/2012, 9:00am  ET

Chevy Chase Village Can’t Find Board Volunteers — After Chevy Chase Village lost its appeal, two of its Board members resigned instead of facing more stringent ethics filings. Now the Village is appealing again after having little success finding replacements. [The Gazette]

Metro Ridership Down Past Projections — A fare increase and drop in the amont of fare the federal government gives its workers was expected to lead to a decline, but not nearly as much as reported. Metrorail raised $4.1 million less than projected. [Washington Examiner]

O’Malley Coming to Chevy Chase to Fill War Chest — Gov. Martin O’Malley (D), a presumptive 2016 presidential candidate, will come to a Chevy Chase home for a PAC fundraiser. Minimum contribution is $1,000. [Politico]

Developer Buys Up-Zoned White Flint Property — Foulger-Pratt bought the building at 11600 Nebel Street, part of the White Flint Sector Plan, for $5.1 million. The property is a small office building now but can be built into the type of high rise, mixed-use development going on throughout the White Flint area. [citybizlist]

Flickr photo by Ochinko