We’re oh so close to completion! (Thanks to the White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee and Carolyn Chen for the photos.)…Read More
Tag Archives: Nebel Street
The long awaited, much-anticipated, thoroughly planned (and re-planned) Nebel Street bike lanes are actually being built!
You learn more about the bike lanes by clicking here to reach the MCDOT website.…Read More
Early this morning, I was greeted with a surprise on Nebel Street — a stop sign at Marinelli Drive! This intersection has come up several times at the Downtown Advisory Committee and the Implementation Advisory Committee but it had seemed like creating a three-way stop here would require much more study. …Read More
** The following are draft minutes of the meeting held on September 3, 2014 of the Board of Directors of Friends of White Flint. These minutes will remain in draft form until approved at the next Board meeting. In the meantime, please email suggested edits to Info@WhiteFlint.org **
Draft of Minutes of the September 3, 2014 Friends of White Flint Board of Director’s Meeting
2014 Board of Directors Meeting
September 3, 2014 at 6:30 pm
Georgetown Village Condominium Community Room
Board members include Howard Feldman, James Schaeffer, Chad Salganik, Amber Tedesco, Suzanne Hudson, Francine Waters, Bill Carey, Barnaby Zall, Todd Lewers, Brian Downie, and Kristi Smith. …Read More
As we mentioned last month, the Montgomery County Department of Transportation offered a great presentation to the White Flint Implementation Advisory Committee on the status of Bikeway infrastructure in White Flint. We’ve expressed concern in the past about the dirth of this amenity in White Flint but it looks like MCDOT is heeding the call!…Read More
Last week, the White Flint Implementation Advisory Committee held their monthly meeting and, after preliminary and general updates, we finally got more information on the latest plan for Woodglen Drive. Here are our notes from the meeting:
- Not much development activity since last month. Only item is that the Goddard School on Edson will be filing in the near future.
Tuesday’s White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee Meeting had been much-anticipated as the question of the naming/branding/borders of the future urban district has heated up. So, it surprised some that the issue didn’t arise until the last few minutes of the gathering. Below are the meeting highlights:
Western Workaround: County Implementation Coordinator Dee Metz reported that construction of the western workaround will be broken into two phases. …Read More
Nkosi Yearwood began the committee meeting by discussing updates on the various development projects:
Saul Centers’ White Flint sketch plan was approved April 17th by the Planning board.
North Bethesda Gateway development is moving forward after the sketch plan was amended last year. The preliminary site plan was amended 3 weeks ago and will be coming to the Planning Board in the near future.
Since the Jewish holiday, Passover, falls on the next White Flint Sector Implementation Advisory Committee meeting date of Monday April 14th, there will be no Implementation Advisory Committee meeting this month.
N’kosi Yearwood, White Flint’s lead planner, sent along updates on projects and planning happening now around the White Flint District that you can find below:
- Saul Centers White Flint is going to the Montgomery County Planning Board on April 17.
Friends of White Flint is the only independent organization that represents the entire range of stakeholders impacted by the redevelopment of White Flint. When we create a position, we tap into the residents, businesses and landowners in and around our area in order to build consensus. Our advocacy often occurs in person and over the telephone but, last week, we had the opportunity to send letters on three topics at issue within county government. …Read More