(Sigh, yes, that obvious holiday cliche was used last night, and I apologize for repeating it)
At its second meeting last night, the new White Flint Implementation Committee heard from Dan Hardy, head of “Vision” and transportation planner extraordinaire for the Montgomery Planning Board, about transportation issues in the new White Flint and the new CLATR transportation review process.…
At its second meeting last night, the new White Flint Implementation Committee (which seems to be the new working title) elected two co-chairs, one from the residential communities in White Flint and one from the business community.
Dan Hoffman, a young activist who is well-known in County government circles, will be the residential Co-Chair; Hoffman is a member of the County’s Structural Review Commission, which will soon report on ways the County can save money and improve services, Chair of the new Citizens League of Montgomery County, set up to get more young and diverse residents involved in County activities, and a long-time activist from the Randolph Civic Association, the largest residential community group in White Flint. He has also been active in Friends of White Flint outreach activities to the White Flint community.…