Five Things to Know Today, July 28, in Montgomery County
1. Water Main Break: A water main break in Bethesda may impact your Tuesday morning commute.
2. Statue Vandalized: Rockville city police are looking for the suspect(s) who vandalized the Confederate soldier statue outside the Red Brick Courthouse.
3. Unsolved Murder: Montgomery County Police are holding a news conference today in Montgomery Village today to urge witnesses to come forward to help identify the suspect responsible for the death of 60-year-old Montgomery Village resident Bradley Colmes.
4. MoCo Council Meets: Councilmembers are expected to act on a projected $54 million budget savings plan, take action on a recommendation by the Ad Hoc Committee on Liquor Control, receive two reports from the Office of Legislative Oversight today and more. This is the Council’s last meeting before its summer recess.
5. Salvadoran-American Day Festival: Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett is scheduled to hold a news briefing today in Wheaton to promote the 6th annual Salvadoran-American Day Festival and to talk about his upcoming trip to El Salvador.