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Morning Notes

By Aaron Kraut

Monday - 7/14/2014, 8:40am  ET

Flickr photo by Danny Fowler

Chevy Chase Condo Again Breaks Most Expensive Record – The folks who bought the penthouse unit at Parc Somerset in Chevy Chase for $7.95 million in 2012 decided they didn’t want the place. Now, it’s been sold again for $8.65 million, again setting a new mark for the Washington metro area’s most expensive condo. [Curbed DC]

Register For Walk & Ride – The annual contest to see which teams can walk and use transit the most when it comes to commuting to work is set to start in September, which early registration through Aug. 1. [Walk & Ride]

Memory Lane: Teens Steal Draft Cards To Buy Beer – In 1951, the FBI and Montgomery County Police arrested two Chevy Chase teenagers for breaking in to the Bethesda Selective Service office to steal a typewriter and abotu 100 blank registration cards. The FBI said the boys were selling the draft board cards for $1 to $3 to other boys. When made out to show the owner’s age older than 18, police said the cards were often used to buy beer in D.C. [Ghosts of DC]

Expect Muggy Weather, Storms Monday – Muggy weather, temperatures in the 90-degree range, pop-up storms and the possibility of some more organized, widespread storms are all in the equation for Monday. [Capital Weather Gang]

Flickr photo by Danny Fowler