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Posted at 6:52 AM ET, 12/22/2009

Frost and frustration

By Washington Post editors

Good morning. Slow roads await drivers and walkers Tuesday morning as the snow that began to melt on Monday froze overnight.

Add the ice to a growing list of frustrations piling up for Washington area residents who have had to deal with slips and falls, delayed traveled plans, school and office closings.

But there's more to life than the weather:
In Virginia, Republicans are working to challenge four Democratic congressman next year.
The Anne Arundel County Council approved zoning Monday night that paves the way for a casino near Arundel Mills Mall.
And some Montgomery County residents are fighting a proposed expansion of Suburban Hospital.

In other news, WTOP reports that Loudoun plans to raise water and sewer rates next year. And the Examiner reports that a Montgomery County child care center overbilled taxpayers $85,000 in 2009.

By Washington Post editors  | December 22, 2009; 6:52 AM ET
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