Monday, January 16, 2017

Bethesda construction update: 2nd District police station (Photos)

You can get a sense of what the future Montgomery County 2nd District police station will look like with glass installed, as construction lights on each floor shine through plastic tarps on the building facades. This is located at 4823 Rugby Avenue, where it meets Del Ray Avenue. The developer is StonebridgeCarras.







15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Any update on whether the double homicide at Westfield Wheaton Mall was "gang-related"?

Robert Dyer said...

7:53: Wrong site. East MoCo is the site for news about Wheaton.

Anonymous said...

MS-13 construction workers are said to be building in escape routes into this station!

Anonymous said...

Rumors are carried by haters, spread by fools, and accepted by idiots.

Anonymous said...

Saith Dyer: "There's no word yet on whether this incident was gang-related."

A skeptical reader responded: "That didn't stop you from claiming it probably was, back when you assumed the perpetrator was Hispanic. #fakenews #racist"

Anonymous said...

Why no updates on the #WarOnBikes being perpetrated by both the Town of Chevy Chase and Ourisman Honda?

Anonymous said...

Wonder where they're putting the holding cells.

Anonymous said...

If idiots could fly, this would be an airport.

Anonymous said...

#CrushDulles

Anonymous said...

MoCo Dems spend MLK day insulting local journalist. Lovely.

Robert Dyer said...

8:50: Schizophrenic troll, that "skeptical reader was YOU," moron. You are the racist and poorly informed person who believes that only Latinos are in gangs, and that black gangs never fight Latin gangs. Then again, your boss on the County Council believed watching "Maid in Manhattan" made him an expert on Latino affairs.

Robert Dyer said...

8:53: The #WarOnBikes is being waged by the Montgomery County Council and Casey Anderson, who both failed to require construction of the CCT tunnel into Chevy Chase. And who have now made the CCT crossing on Little Falls Parkway more dangerous, by blocking driver's views of cyclists approaching on the trail with pylons and signposts, in their haste to make an anti-car political statement.

Anonymous said...

Breaking news - you can get a slightly bigger Big Mac in Westbard. LOL

Anonymous said...

Between that and the news that the Montgomery Mall Sears is not closing, the excitement is too much to bear. Almost enough to help us forget that we're going to lose our country in just three days.

Robert Dyer said...

5:25: It's big news, unless you're on a sprouts and spring water diet. In addition to all of those relevant hyperlocal stories, you've forgotten the dozens more scoops slowly ripped off by the glossy mag just in the last 2 weeks alone.

And my special investigative report that exposed an illegal use of taxpayer funds in Montgomery County goverment - no other local news outlet has done an investigation of county government in 30+ years! This really is the leading source for local news.