The new White Flint Implementation Committee held its third meeting last Monday night, and for the first time, the meeting was in White Flint. The WFIC met in the multi-purpose room of the Montgomery Aquatic Center in Wall Park, part of the “core area” for development in White Flint. Amidst the smell of chlorine, the happy squeals of kids ready to splash, and the sight of parents herding their charges toward mini-vans, the WFIC heard from several Executive Branch officials and Planning Board staff on plans for “community amenities” promised in the White Flint Sector Plan, like libraries, recreation centers, and parks.…Read More
Daily Archives: January 16, 2011
In the wake of last week’s deadly Tucson shootings, many observers have asked that elections be less contentious and more unifying. The 2011 elections for open seats on the Friends of White Flint Board of Directors could set the desired tone. They were quick, easy and civil.
Three nominees won unanimous support for their re-election to the FoWF Board: Ken Hurdle (Residents and Community Organizations’ seat), David Freishtat (Business seat), and Greg Trimmer (Property Owners and Developers’ seat).…Read More