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Morning Notes

By Aaron Kraut

Thursday - 5/1/2014, 8:15am  ET

Stormwater pond near NIH in Bethesda

Montgomery County’s Alcohol Distribution Model In Depth – A look at how the county’s Department of Liquor Control controls alcohol distribution and why many have said that system needs to be scrapped altogether. [Bethesda Magazine]

Lilly Pulitzer Opens At Westfield Montgomery – A Lilly Pulitzer women’s clothing store is now open at Westfield Montgomery. [Robert Dyer @ Bethesda Row]

Leggett To Sign Energy Bills – County Executive Isiah Leggett is set to sign a package of seven energy bills sponsored by Councilmember Roger Berliner and passed by the Council last week. One of the bills includes an energy benchmarking law that requires property owners to measure the energy efficiency of their buildings. [Montgomery County]

Building Owner Announces New Leases – Bethesda-based Washington Property Company announced this week that it has recently leased 21,000 square feet of office and retail space across the area, including about 4,000 square feet in its 6900 Wisconsin Avenue property. Veritrust expanded by leading 1,951 square feet and education data firm Always Prepped leased 1,939 square feet.