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Morning Notes

By Aaron Kraut

Friday - 10/18/2013, 8:35am  ET

Flickr photo by mcfeelion

Free Montaditos — 100 Montaditos (4922 Elm St.) is celebrating its opening with a free montadito day. Customers will be able to pick three montaditos on the house. [Bethesda Row via Facebook]

Somerset: Anti-Development “Oasis” — A Washington Post story depicts the town of million dollar tear-down homes as full of “small town” charm and fiercely protective of its single-family home way of life. Somerset is sandwiched between Chevy Chase and Friendship Heights. [Washington Post]

Drug Take-Back Day — County Police and Chevy Chase Village Police will participate in the annual event for disposing expired, unused or unwanted prescription drugs. Montgomery County Police will be at the Friendship Heights Community Center (4433 S. Park Ave.) and Chevy Chase Village police will be at 5906 Connecticut Ave. The event runs Saturday, Oct. 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. [Montgomery County Police]

Leggett Tries To Solve Trash Strikes — With employees at two county-contracted trash companies on strike, County Executive Isiah Leggett on Wednesday sat down with all parties to play labor peacemaker. Many in the county wrongfully assume the workers alleging mistreatment are being underpayed by the county. [Washington Post]

Flickr photo by mcfeelion