Saturday, April 14, 2007

Speed cameras in Montgomery County

Montgomery County has a new program: speed cameras. This "automated speed enforcement program is the first in Maryland to enforce speed limits in residential areas and school zones with a speed limit of 35 mph or less. The program got underway March 12 with a 30-day warning period". With the warning period now over, motorists will receive citations ($40) if they are photographed speeding in the enforcement zones.

Here are the locations (St A's parishioners: see District 4 - Arcola Ave., especially):

DISTRICT 1 ROCKVILLE
Dufief Mill Road
Bells Mill Road
Quince Orchard Road
Stone Ridge View Drive
Glen Mill Road
Travilah Road

DISTRICT 2 BETHESDA
Strathmore Avenue
Jones Bridge Lane
Grosvenor Lane
Wilson Lane
Cedar Lane
Kensington Parkway

DISTRICT 3 SILVER SPRING
Wayne Avenue
Piney Branch Road
Calverton Boulevard
Powder Mill Road
Cannon Road

DISTRICT 4 WHEATON
Arcola Avenue ( Amherst Avenue to Orebaugh)
Randolph Road ( Georgia Avenue to Veirs Mill Road )
Bel Pre Road ( Geogia Avenue to Layhill Road )
Georgia Avenue North ( King William Drive to Spartan Road )
Georgia Avenue South ( Morningwood Drive to Hines Road )
Ednor Road
Briggs Chaney Road ( New Hampshire to Good Hope Road )
Parkland Drive
Independence Avenue

DISTRICT 5 GERMANTOWN
Wisteria Drive
Richter Farm Road
Woodfield Road- Route 124

DISTRICT 6 GAITHERSBURG
Warfield Road
East Village Avenue
Appleridge Road
Centerway Road

22 Comments:

At 10:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

uhhh did you get cought Fr???

 
At 10:53 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please read this, it is very important!


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At 11:16 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

By JILL LAWLESS, Associated Press Writer
Sat Apr 14, 8:04 AM ET

"LONDON - Prince William and his girlfriend Kate Middleton have ended their four-year relationship, dashing hopes of a royal wedding......"

 
At 11:36 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Has the theme of this blogsite changed?

 
At 12:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

what do you mean?

 
At 2:13 PM, Anonymous free for a change said...

Royal gossip, scam warnings and avoiding speeding tkts doesn't enlighten you?

Sometimes it's refreshing not to take things too seriously- something I've done a lot lately.

 
At 2:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is SAA ever going to update the online calendar? It's still shows February.

 
At 7:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"uhhh did you get cought Fr???"

- Have you seen him drive? I'm glad he knows those cameras are there- just as a measure for his well being. Fr.- you drive a Taurus (I think) NOT a Ferrari!

 
At 8:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's with people and mean msg's? These past few weeks, I've been dealing with the anger of someone that I've allowed to affect me. I've had my motives questions on several occasions. The first time it was regarding why I was involving myself in something that should be a church-based activity, the second questioned my intentions with our pastors and the most recent questioned what I'm trying to prove by taking "liberties" regarding passing certain msgs along. I'm not 100% sure who this person is, but I've an idea, and I'm quite certain they'll recognize my grievance (even as I voice it anonomously). Know, I know what my motives are and I'm not interested in justifying them to you. My friends also feeling bothered, so how 'bout laying off!
Remember- we're waaay past high school!

 
At 8:18 PM, Blogger Kat said...

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At 8:19 PM, Anonymous Kat said...

Fr. Why were you so "stingy" with the holy water tonight? Some of us hardly got a drop. (I am teasing!)

 
At 8:50 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

- Have you seen him drive? I'm glad he knows those cameras are there- just as a measure for his well being. Fr.- you drive a Taurus (I think) NOT a Ferrari!


- - I have! Holy Lead Feet Father!

 
At 8:56 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tonight at Mass, I was thankful for the community, for our visting priest who gave an engaging homily, the beautiful voice of our deacon (maybe he can tutor Fr, Mike & Fr. Greg in singing- lol!), our own, always inspiring priest, but especially, I was thankful that I had eye drops in my purse!!!

 
At 9:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've heard the incense is "choke free" but don't know about "tear free"? Try waterproof mascara until Easter season is over.

 
At 10:31 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Its only choke free if you don't have asthema

 
At 5:02 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I always bring my inhaler to the church.

 
At 5:48 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There was an article written about a priest, Rev. David Barnes in Boston who received that area's "Priest of the Year" title. Fr. Barnes is the youngest monsignor in the archdiocese (only 35 yrs) and took over a parish where enrollment at the school, donations and general participation were down. Some of his parishioners made the following comments:

"He stepped into a changelleing situation and has been instrumental in tuning it around. But he is our spiritual leader too, and that's what he does best."

"I think his strength is that people are drawn to him and become drawn to the church. He is always giving us the opportunity to grow in our faith. When people grow in their faith, they become more involved and invested in their church."

"It feels good to be part of a parish that has so much life. He's a young guy, but he's wise beyond his years."

If we in Washington had the same honor to offer the priests in our archdiocese, I think both of our priests would deserve that title. Besides, how many piests do you know who sky dive or play basketball with the Wizards? To quote one of my kids, "Our priests are way cooler than everyone else's!"

 
At 6:40 AM, Blogger Kiwi Nomad 2006 said...

Go by bicycle... avoid all those pesky cameras;-)

 
At 8:17 AM, Anonymous blogger said...

Connected by the Internet and an unshakable belief in their cause, a tight-knit group of extreme pro-life activists who -- all members of the "Army of God" -- have turned to violence to abolish abortion. This fascinating documentary examines several of the soldiers involved in the ongoing "battle," including Paul Hill, the man who committed the infamous 1993 murders of two abortion clinic workers in Pensacola, Fla.

 
At 9:15 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Paul Hill, the man who committed the infamous 1993 murders of two abortion clinic workers in Pensacola, Fla."

But didn't he realize he killed life by murdering the two abortion clinc workers?

 
At 9:34 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

In rereading some of materials that I haven't looked at in a while, I came across a this on spirituality. It is important to make your life spiritually positive. Spirituality stresses that you can't come home to God w/o coming home to yourself. Secrets cause fear, denial and shame (and often isolation). It isn't possible to be open to God and self if you're shutting out inspirations from others. Shame comes from a conclusion that you're not who you are supposed to be-you're "damaged goods". Fear is the companion of shame b/c there is a danger that someone will find out about your secrets. It's key to believe in a God who is loving and accepting and know that we are subject to God's scrutiny-

"Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. See if there is any offensive way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting."

 
At 9:58 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"But didn't he realize he killed life by murdering the two abortion clinc workers?"

This is the exact kind of sentiment I find myself expressing when so many of the Christian "far" right big mouths open those mouths to spew-
But don't they realize....Jesus taught mercy not vengeance.

 

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