Friends of White Flint

Promoting a Sustainable, Walkable and Engaging Community

P.O. Box 2761

White Flint Station

Kensington, MD 20891

Phone: 301-980-3768

Email: info@whiteflint.org


Monthly Archives: November 2015

Be an active part of crafting the plan — attend the White Flint 2 Meeting November 18

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Please join the Montgomery County Planning Department staff on Wednesday, November 18 for the fourth community meeting for the White Flint 2 Sector Plan.  The focus of the meeting will be on transportation and connectivity.  Staff will present an overview of connectivity suggestions that were made by attendees at the last meeting on Oct.…

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Ike Legget will not Submit Transit Authority Legislation This Year

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As reported by Bethesda Beat, Ike Leggett will not submit transit authority legislation this year. In a letter to the Transit Task Force, Ike Leggett wrote, “the public interest at the two recent hearings made it clear to me that there remains significant community concern about the proposal for a Montgomery County transit authority.

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A new, solar-powered garage at Pike & Rose

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Maryland’s largest solar canopy on a retail garage will open in a couple of weeks at Pike & Rose. The garage, a five-level structure that will serve customers of Pike & Rose stores and restaurants, was originally set to open to the general public Nov. 13, according to a press release from developer Federal Realty Investment Trust.…

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Montgomery County Police to Conduct Pedestrian Enforcement Today

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Pedestrian-Crossing-Sign_original In an effort to place focus on pedestrian safety, MCPD will be conducting a number of traffic enforcement operations at locations with marked crosswalks and areas that have been identified as pedestrian High Incidence Areas (HIAs) – areas with more pedestrian collisions. During this enforcement, police will be issuing citations to both drivers and pedestrians who are in violation of the law.

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Help MoCo be as Age-Friendly as Possible — Survey Deadline Extended to November 13

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Are you 55+ years old? Montgomery County would like to hear your opinion about age friendliness in Montgomery County so that they can make the County an even better place to live as we age. You can take the survey by clicking here.

Several years ago, the County collected information from hundreds of County residents regarding services for seniors. …

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