No, we’re not talking about the acronym for Dynamic RAM, but rather one that applies to liquor and the Dogfish Head Alehouse lawsuit. There seems to be some confusion as to how much a dram, as a measurement, actually is.
WTOP Radio adds to the story.
Holy Cross Hospital, Silver Spring, MD
Holy Cross probably wins out over Shady Grove to build hospital in Upper Montgomery County. Or at least that will be the recommendation to the full committee. Here’s the Gazette’s version. And the Washington Post story.
Adventist HealthCare wrote about this disappointing decision in facebook:
We are very disappointed in a recommendation against our new hospital and medical campus in Clarksburg. The Reviewer recommended a proposal by Holy Cross Hospital. Despite the recommendation that our proposal for a hospital in Clarksburg be denied, we are undeterred. Stay tuned as we continue to press for approval of the Clarksburg project.
Let us look at this press release and subsequent recommendation to the full committee as a floating of a political air balloon. See what reaction there is. Otherwise, why not have the committee just talk in private?
So there is always a chance for this to go the other way, where Adventist HealthCare wins out.
my favorite wegmans pic
maybe alec baldwin and his mom will pay us a visit sometime in Germantown, MD.
Kitten image from Little Seneca Animal Hospital website, the only hospital Germantown needs.
Now the powers that be say the decision of a hospital being built by Holy Cross Hospital or Adventist HealthCare is being put off until right before Christmas.
Check the details at Washington Business Journal.
Ho Ho Ho!!!
Addendum: The commission is now saying that in needs until some time in January to make a decision.
I wanted some glass repaired. The place in Gaithersburg seemed so far away. While doing a google search, I came upon a place right here in Germantown. It’s called Window and Glass Repair, according to Google Maps. I click on the website link. I am taken to a company with a morphed name, Diamond Window and Glass Repair at 13257 Wonderland Way, Suite 102, Germantown.
I am going out anyway, so I thought I would pop over there. Sometimes I like to talk to people in person. (Usually not.) But I had more than one glass issue.
To make a long story short, there were apartments there, not storefronts. Thinking the “suite” is 200 for some reason, I can’t find 200. But there is a 102, I recall later. I am kind of annoyed because the website lists the address as if I can stop by.
I call the guy, and just a machine answers with the company name. I call right back to listen to the message again. A guy answers. I ask him if he is in the mall. (Just to see what he says.) No, he says. He just has an office, but no store. Office my ass. He meant home-office. Just a creepy apartment with a file cabinet and phone.
I move on to my next glass place, Gaithersburg Glass Company. I think they actually have a storefront. But this time I will ask first.
P.S. There are many people who live in apartments and do trade work and live in Germantown. But they don’t put up a website and list their apartment as the address, then lie when you call them.
When someone is in a storefront, a brick and mortar, I may have never been there before, but I tend to think he is going to be around. Even if that is a silly assumption.
Clarksburg Day 2010, image thanks to upcounty.com
You are witnessing a nail being driven into the coffin of Holy Cross’s hospital-in-Germantown proposal. The opposing idea comes from Adventist Healthcare (think Shady Grove Hospital), to build a facility in the more sensible Clarksburg.
Following is a letter appearing in the Gazette Newspapers. It is written by the mayor of Gaithersburg:
Gaithersburg has a longstanding relationship with Adventist HealthCare and Shady Grove Hospital. I value the health care services they provide in this community, and I truly appreciate the collaborative manner with which Adventist addresses current and future health initiatives.
I urge the Maryland Health Care Commission to improve access to health care in upper Montgomery County by allowing the development of Adventist’s new hospital and medical campus in Clarksburg. Adventist HealthCare has done an admirable job planning for this new facility, working in a transparent manner with the community as well as local and state leaders. The Clarksburg project blends well with existing health care services, and ensures the preservation of continued, quality services at Shady Grove Hospital and the Germantown Emergency Center. The new project will extend, in a complementary and effective manner, access to quality health care for the fast-growing communities of Germantown, Damascus, Clarksburg, and Urbana.
With a strong track record of meeting the health care needs of residents in the Gaithersburg community, Adventist Health Care’s expansion into the Clarksburg area can only be of tremendous benefit to the entire region.
Sidney A. Katz, Gaithersburg
The writer is mayor of Gaithersburg.
one Holy Cross link
one Adventist HealthCare link
photo is not of the Germantown store...
… and Five Below (that’s a name) is having a job fair on August 27 – 29.
“Five Below” store in Germantown Maryland is having a Job Fair!
Friday, August 27th, from 9am to 5pm
Saturday, August 28th, from 9am to 5pm
Sunday, August 29th, from 10am to 4pm
According to the corporate website, Five Below offers extreme-value on thousands of trend-right products for teens and pre-teens. We have a dynamic assortment of merchandise that includes everything from sports, games, fashion accessories, bath and body, candy and beverages, room décor and storage, stationery and school supplies, books, dvds, iPhone accessories, novelty and gag items, seasonal items and more…all at $1.00 to $5.00!
This store is located in the Germantown Commons shopping center, which is where Hard Times Cafe, DSW, Petco, Bed Bath and Beyond, Wendys, and McDonalds is located. Have I mentioned Advance Auto Parts and Woodside Deli?