Montgomery County Public Libraries Offer Telecommuting Options During Metro Surge

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For Immediate Release: Tuesday, October 25, 2016 Montgomery County Public Libraries (MCPL) is a resource for telecommuters who are impacted by Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority’s (WMATA) Surge 10. MCPL has multiple options for telecommuters who are looking for alternative work sites or resources during the surge. The WMATA Surge 10 will affect the Red Line October 29 through November 22. This surge is expected to cause delays on the entire Red Line — the Metrorail system’s busiest line. MCPL library card holders have access for the following telecommuting resources available in branches: Wireless internet access and public computers Collaboration rooms and quiet study rooms Large meeting rooms, rented from Community Use of Public Facilities, 240 777-0311 Printers and photocopiers Free, secure charging stations for your phone or tablet Laptops for use at the Kensington Park, Long Branch, Silver Spring, and Twinbrook branches The following resources are available online to MCPL card holders – Business information, industry research, and access to articles from business magazines and journals through our website and apps E-books, audiobooks, and magazine downloads Music downloads For more information about MCPL services call Regina Holyfield-Jewett at 240-777-0106. Release ID: 16-439 Media Contact: Judy Stiles 240-463-2442]]>

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