The Memo: Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011

While you were gawking at Philadelphia’s Naked Bike Ride this weekend, here are a few of the Montgomery County headlines you may have missed:

A Lower Gwynned bank president was arrested in New Jersey for threatening to kill an investor who filed a securities fraud and breach of contract lawsuit against him. [NorthJersey.com]

Irene clean-up continues as FEMA officials were in town Friday to assess the county’s storm damage. Their input will help decide whether the county receives aid to patch up after the storm. [Times-Herald]

And finally … while Whitemarsh is still cleaning up from the storm, they’ve found something to celebrate. Township officials are set to rededicate a monument honoring the Battle of Barren Hill – a little-known Revolutionary War skirmish that historians say may have just helped change the course of the war. [Inquirer]

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