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Residents will have their last chance tomorrow to say how they thinkcongressional districts should be carved up under the state's new redistricting plan.

The Governor's Redistricting Advisory Committee will conduct a public hearing in the Joint Hearing Room of the Legislative Services Building, 90 State Circle, at 4 and 7 p.m.

Tomorrow's hearing will focus only on congressional districts, not state General Assembly districts, for which the committee is conducting other public hearings. The public is invited to speak at the 4 p.m. hearing. The Maryland congressional delegation has been invited to speak at 7 p.m.; the public may present testimony after the delegation does so.

Anyone wishing to submit redistricting plans should obtain guidelines by calling Carolyn Knowles or Elise Bridges at (301)225-4550.

Anyone wishing to reserve a time to testify should call(800) 688-7494. Priority will be given to those who reserve a time.

The committee will adopt a congressional redistricting plan Aug. 27. The General Assembly will vote on a plan in special session Sept. 25.

Seniors learn to chill

Peg McBee, a registered nurse in theemergency room of North Arundel Hospital, will visit the O'Malley Senior Center, 1275 Odenton Road, at 11:30 a.m. July 29.

She will present a talk on "How to Deal with the Heat."

Information: 222-6227.


Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Central Maryland chapter, seeks volunteers to assist with programming. Activities that require staffing include court monitoring and the organizationof the red ribbon campaign.

Information: MADD, Central Maryland Chapter, 14 Hudson St., Annapolis 21401; telephone: 224-MADD.

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