Tag Archives: Roger Berliner
Comments Off on You won’t want to miss this important event
We are beyond thrilled that County Executive Ike Leggett and Council President Roger Berliner will be joining MCDOT Director Al Roshdieh to cut the ribbon on the wonderful new striped crosswalks popping up all over the Pike District.
The ribbon cutting will take place at our third Walkable Wednesday, September 27 at 6pm at the intersection of Nicholson Lane and Executive Boulevard .… Read More
Comments Off on WMATA terminates part of its agreement with LCOR
WMATA sent a letter to LCOR last month that stated “No conditions or circumstances exist which permit an extension of the Term for Blocks A-D under the Joint Development Agreement (with LCOR). Nor has WMATA granted any extension of the Term for Blocks A-D.”
Friends of White Flint isn’t sure yet what this means for the undeveloped part of the property around the White Flint Metro station, but we’re investigating and will keep you updated.… Read More
In a letter to Casey Anderson, Chair of the Montgomery County Planning Board, Councilmember Roger Berliner decried the county’s focus on how quickly vehicles get through an intersection leads only to wider roads and larger intersections, instead of what he described as more progressive options for decreasing commute times and getting people living closer to where they work.… Read More
Comments Off on It’s all about the BID
It was all about the BID, not the bass, at Tuesday’s White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee meeting. Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) have a wide variety of names, structures, funding mechanisms, reporting requirements, and missions, but all BIDs are connected to their local government to varying degrees and provide essential services to their area, including branding, economic development, maintenance, and community building.… Read More
Comments Off on Are we keeping pace?
This past Saturday, hundreds of residents, government officials, and school officials discussed how to ensure that infrastructure and growth are keeping pace in Montgomery County. The purpose of the event was to inform and engage county residents about current school and transportation planning policies and procedures, and offer the opportunity for them to meet with public officials and provide feedback about their communities.… Read More