The Montgomery County Planning Board does much of its work on the White Flint Sector Plan during worksessions, which feature presentations on particular topics and discussions with the White Flint Steering Committee (see numerous posts below). The Planning Board is currently working through voluminous presentations by property owners and developers of the projects they envision in the new White Flint (again, see below for numerous posts).…Read More
N’kosi Yearwood, planner for the White Flint Sector Plan, has just announced the next meeting of the White Flint Steering Committee:
“The next White Flint Steering Committee meeting is scheduled for April 14 at 7 p.m. at 8787 Georgia Avenue. The topics are the CR zone . . . and the draft design guidelines.…Read More
Today’s Washington Post had an article on the front page of the Metro Section (Page B1) on the Property Owners’ Collaborative and the Planning Board’s deliberations about density. The article quotes Friends of White Flint Secretary (and Luxmanor community resident) Ken Hurdle, among others.Read More
Live blogging from March 19, 2009, meeting of the Montgomery County Planning Board. Topic is presentations of property owners and developers on the projects they project building in the new White Flint. Meeting is running substantially behind agenda schedule, and there’s no telling how long this portion of the meeting will be extended.…Read More
Live blogging from the March 19, 2009 meeting of the Montgomery County Planning Board. The Planning Board conducts much of its work on the White Flint Sector Plan in “worksessions” on particular topics. Today’s topic is the continuation of presentations by property owners and developers on the projects they would prepare in the new White Flint.…Read More
Live blogging from the March 19 meeting of the Montgomery County Planning Board. Live streaming video is available from the Planning Board’s site: www.montgomeryplanning.org. Today’s topic includes more presentations by property owners on their plans for the new White Flint.
Bob Eisinger: Nicholson Lane Sector is among the oldest, has no storm water runoff control structures, and needs to be redeveloped.…Read More
Live blogging from Montgomery County Planning Board meeting on March 19, 2009.
Presentations by property owners and developers about their proposals for developing in the new White Flint. Continuation of March 5 hearing, because not all proposals were able to be presented in the available time.
Perry Berman and Jack Fitzgerald for Fitzgerald properties on Nicholson Lane and Rockville Pike.…Read More
Montgomery Housing Commission presents to the Planning Board, emphasizing its Strathmore Court affordable housing property.
Requests TMX (Transit station MiXed) zoning. Chairman Hanson points out that there may be another new zoning pattern, but it will have many of the same characteristics as TMX. Then asks for extra FAR (density allowance).…Read More
Live blogging from the March 19, 2009 meeting of the Montgomery County Planning Board. Worksession #4. The Planning Board does much of its work on the White Flint Sector Plan in worksessions, which typically include presentations on a particular topic and discussions with the White Flint Steering Committee. Today’s topics are: a continuation of the presentations of property development proposals by developers, and siting of a future MARC commuter railroad station.…Read More
The Montgomery Planning Board has launched Design Montgomery, an interactive web portal for public outreach and comments on specific design proposals. http://www.montgomeryplanning.org/design/designmc/
The public can view and comment on various proposals, including using the common “star-rating” click system. Some of the proposals are animated: the Silver Spring library project includes a slide which animates different views when the traffic lights are red or green, and pedestrians using an overhead street-crossing bridge.…Read More