Five Things to Know for June 20 in Montgomery County

Here are five things to know today, June 20, in Montgomery County:

1. Rockville Decision: The city’s Mayor and Council approved its “Fostering Community Trust” ordinance Monday night that restricts when police can ask a person’s immigration status. Check MyMCMedia for more.

2. County Council: The council’s agenda includes a discussion about a bill to limit lifeguards at certain hotels and motels, a review of the county’s efforts to build an “innovation economy” and a hearing on the Rock Spring Master Plan. The meeting, at the Council Office Building, starts at 9:30 a.m.

3. Storm Damage: Bad storms yesterday downed trees and displaced families in a Silver Spring neighborhood. Here’s our story. And the National Weather Service confirms a tornado in the county:


4. Juvenile Justice Panel: The 34-member Commission on Juvenile Justice meets starting at 7 p.m. at 401 Hungerford Drive, Rockville. Among its duties, the commission evaluates state- and county-funded programs and services that serve juveniles and families involved in the juvenile justice system.

5. Red Line News: The Shady Grove and Rockville Metro stations are still closed for SafeTrack work. Find out more, here.

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Douglas Tallman

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