The Washington Post

What happens after-hours?

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The Sept. 18 Metro article “Montgomery official apologizes for keeping alcohol in government office” reported on an inspector general report that stated: Montgomery County Planning Board Chairman Casey Anderson “stored and routinely served alcoholic beverages to subordinat­e employees, commission­ers, and visitors.”

The public is entitled to know who those people are since they might have been involved in land-use decisions that affect our community. For example, such after-hours drinking parties could have led to inappropri­ate ex parte conversati­ons.

Daniel Meijer, Silver Spring

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