This Week at Connected Communities - March 6, 2011
This Week at Connected Communities
March 6, 2011
A 15-year-old girl from Germantown is on the missing persons headline this week. She was last seen at her home on February 28.
Weekly Crime Summaries for all six police districts, Rockville City, and Takoma Park were published February 28 to March 3.
Detectives from the Montgomery County Police – 5th/6th District Investigative Section are asking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect(s) responsible for several thefts from vehicles at two Germantown daycare centers.
From December 3, 2010 through February 24, 2011, there have been four incidents of theft from vehicles parked outside of two daycare centers. All of the incidents occurred from vehicles which were left unlocked as parents or guardians picked up their children.
Surveillance photos are included and a CrimeSolvers reward is being offered.
The Maryland-National Capital Park Police have made two arrests in connection with theft cases at area swim centers. The thefts totaled more than $23,500 from 25 victims.
Anyone with information on thefts that occurred at Montgomery Aquatic Center, Martin Luther King Swim Center, Olney Swim Center, and South Germantown Swim Center, is asked to call the Park Police.
Gasoline prices are on the rise fast and right before the summer driving season. As prices continue to rise, more people will be relying on public transportation. To help make using public transportation easier, we’ve created a new map of the 16 Commuter Park & Ride Lots. The map markers contain information about location, capacity, and the bus routes and transfer points that are available from each lot.
Another new resource for commuters is the first edition of Better Ways to Work! This new bi-monthly e-newsletter from the Commuter Services Section of the Division of Transit Services will keep you informed about commuting options and transportation news.
Work is underway for a $2.4 million safety and resurfacing project on a 1.4 mile section of University Boulevard between Arcola Avenue and Colesville Road. This project ties into two recently completed resurfacing projects between Farragut Avenue and Arcola Avenue. Weather permitting, the project should be complete this fall.
Life after 50 presents new opportunities and challenges as we adjust to changing work schedules, households, and personal needs. The Navigator – Vital Living After 50 is a new resource guide from the county’s Vital Living Committee.
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