Montgomery Planning staff working on the Silver Spring Downtown and Adjacent Communities Plan are scheduled to brief the Planning Board on the project at a meeting this morning. The presentation will include an overview of existing conditions data gathering and analysis, providing highlights and major takeaways since the project began seven months ago.
Small businesses could get up to $9,000 in tax relief under the terms of a bill signed yesterday by Gov. Larry Hogan (R). The Recovery for the Economy, Livelihoods, Industries, Entrepreneurs, and Families (RELIEF) Act, introduced last month, would provide sales tax credits of up to $3,000 per month for three months for a total of up to $9,000.
Silver Spring Village, a local nonprofit that helps seniors age in place, is looking for a part-time operations manager, according to an announcement on Idealist. Responsibilities include “independently coordinate responsibilities across multiple functional areas, including office management, finance, communications, member services, fundraising, and general administrative support,” the listing reads.
Silver Spring is one of the area communities that will be featured tonight on the premiere of a new local series from WETA, the public television station based in Arlington, Va. “If You Lived Here” is a house-hunting series that also “spotlights D.C.-area neighborhoods and properties while celebrating each locale’s history, culture, notable places and flavor,” according to WETA’s website.
“Luna is an energetic Bengal kitten. She loves playing with our dog Ali running around the house and snuggling up with family. She is very smart and we often find her watching us and then trying to do the same thing. She is a very social cat and whenever anyone sees her they compliment her leopard-like spots. She is very affectionate and always is with us.”