We’ve got the fixings for s’mores, hot grills, live music, snacks, soft drinks, and paper goods. All we need is you and your friends and family to make the summer’s second Grill Night at Wall Park as successful as last month’s fun-filled event. Let’s show everyone that we need and want our green space in the Pike District — grab something to grill and come to Wall Park next to the Shriver Aquatic Center, from 6pm to 8pm on Tuesday, July 21!…Read More
Monthly Archives: July 2015
The Tuesday, July 14th White Flint Advisory Committee Meeting meeting is changed to a Board retreat.
The Monday, July 13 White Flint Implementation Committee meeting is cancelled.
Here are several updates from N’kosi Yearwood of Montgomery Planning in lieu of the Implementation Meeting:
The White Flint/Great Seneca/Shady Grove Monitoring report is going to the Planning Board next Thursday afternoon.…Read More
Construction of the Montrose Parkway is back in the news. What do you think? Will this new section of Montrose Parkway help or hurt the Pike District?
For details, read more: (thank you, Bethesda Beat)
Montgomery County and state transportation officials are ready to present construction plans for a controversial stretch of highway east of Rockville Pike, near White Flint.…Read More
This long-awaited notice from White Flint Mall just crossed my desk — and it is most welcome news for the Pike District/White Flint area.
“White Flint Mall will begin the demolition of three sections of the Mall parking garage (excluding those parking garage areas serving Lord & Taylor) beginning Wednesday, July 8. …Read More
Mark your calendars, folks, for summer’s second Grill Night in Wall Park, July 21st at 6:00. More than 75 people enjoyed the first Grill Night, and all of them gave a hearty “thumbs up” to this neighborhood event. Let’s show how much we want and will use green space in the Pike District with another fabulous Grill Night in Wall Park!…Read More
As the council often does when school clusters near moratorium status, the County Council appears likely to approve a placeholder classroom project for Walter Johnson High School that will allow some major White Flint development projects to move forward reported Bethesda Magazine.
Last week, the council introduced a $3.1 million, eight-classroom addition for Walter Johnson in the county’s six-year capital budget in order to avoid a development moratorium in the area. …Read More
What do you think of having artistic crosswalks in the Pike District? Heck, if Baltimore can do it, why can’t we?…Read More