The Planning, Housing and Economic Development Committee (PHED) of the Montgomery County Council is meeting today — all day — to continue its work on the White Flint Sector Plan. This is the fourth meeting of the PHED Committee on the Plan, and the schedule includes some backtracking on topics covered in earlier meetings: transportation and land use. Land use means zoning and density questions, including going through each “district” or part of the Sector, as laid out by the Planning Board in its proposed draft of the Plan. There are six districts, and the PHED Committee has already considered four of them in some detail. One of the biggest, however, remains: the White Flint Mall area in the south of the Sector.
I’m live-blogging this meeting (as I did almost all of the Planning Board’s meetings), so long as my signal (and battery) hold out.