Speed Humps Spark Debate in MoCo
The Washington Post's Ann E. Marimow reports today on the always vexing issue of speed humps in Montgomery County. Montgomery has has nearly 1,200 humps, compared with 200 in Fairfax County. But not all MoCo residents like them, and the debate has flared again in a Bethesda neighborhood. What do you think? The article and poll question are here.
June 16, 2009; 8:01 AM ET
Categories: Ann Marimow , Bethesda , Montgomery County
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