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Morning Notes

By Aaron Kraut

Wednesday - 3/19/2014, 8:10am  ET

Flickr photo by Bill in DC

Appeals Court Rejects Lord & Taylor Suit — Lord & Taylor suffered another loss in its legal battle against White Flint Mall when a Federal Appeals Court rejected its effort to stop the redevelopment of the mall until its suit against the mall makes its way through court. The judge in the case has twice ruled against temporarily halting redevelopment as the case continues. [Washington Business Journal]

Roof’s Roof Set To Open Thursday — The namesake feature of the two-floor Roof restaurant (7940 Norfolk Ave.) could open for the first time Thursday, weather permitting. [Roof via Instagram]

Imagination Stage Welcomes New Education Director — Imagination Stage (4908 Auburn Ave.) named Joanne Seelig as its new director of education, meaning Seelig will help oversee planning and budgeting for the education wing of the youth theater and have input into its programming. [Imagination Stage via B-CC Chamber]

Some Complain About I-270 Shutdown To Catch Bank Robbers — Some residents have complained about Montgomery County Police and the Maryland State Police’s decision to shut down I-270 near Tuckerman Lane on March 11. Police shut the busy highway down because a GPS system inside a bag of cash just stolen from a bank in Rockville indicated the cash was in that location. But one letter to the County Council called it “Hollywood-style” policing. Police arrested three suspects, recovered weapons and nearly $13,000 in cash. I-270 was closed for about 30 minutes. [The Gazette]

Flickr photo by Bill in DC