At today’s Montgomery County Planning Board meeting, a tentative schedule was announced by chief White Flint staffer Piera Weiss to meet the Board’s anticipated deadline of having the White Flint Plan sent to the County Council by July. Weiss suggested that on June 18, the staff would provide the Board with a “redline rewrite” of the Public Hearing draft, incorporating the changes made since January. The Board would then work on the redline version and produce the final draft by July.
In the meantime, there’s a brief pause in the hectic schedule. No official meetings are scheduled on the White Flint Plan for two weeks. The next meeting is scheduled for May 21; the topic will be the new design guidelines, with the Board going through the White Flint Sector, “district” by district. Each district is a separate area of the sector, as described in the Public Hearing Draft of the Plan.
I expect the FLOG postings to be slower during this hiatus. But beginning in late May, the pace should be rapid again, as the Board steams toward a final White Flint plan.