Tag Archives: White Flint 2
During a 3 1/2 hour work session (yes, you read that correctly– it was a long but productive session), the planning staff and board as well as property owners and community members discussed the following Executive Boulevard, Parklawn South, and Montrose North District issues:
Everyone was in agreement that the idea of building residences on top of light industrial was a novel one that should be pursued and executed. … Read More
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The next White Flint 2 Planning Board work session will take place this Thursday, May 18, at approximately 11:30 a.m. This session will focus on land use and zoning.
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April 27th Work Session
The Planning Staff made a presentation to the Planning Board on Transportation and Staging. You can read the Planning Staff memo here. Below are a few of our favorite slides, and you can see the entire slide deck here.
There was considerable discussion about the proper place for the circulator/shuttle in the staging plan. … Read More
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The Planning Board is holding the sixth White Flint 2 work session Thursday, April 27th in the afternoon. This session will focus on Transportation and Staging,
Here is the summary from the staff report for this work session:
Staff will present updated results of the transportation analysis performed in support of the White Flint 2 Sector Plan Public Hearing Draft Plan according to the procedures in the recently adopted 2016-2020 Subdivision Staging Policy (SSP) for Local Area Transportation Review (LATR).… Read More
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Here is the presentation that Nkosi Yearwood made at our April 4th Community Meeting updating everyone on the status of and changes made so far on the White Flint 2 plan. (Click on the image below to view his presentation.)
And here is the presentation that Darcy Buckley of MCDOT made concerning Bus Rapid Transit or BRT.… Read More
Comments Off on What happened at last week’s White Flint 2 Worksession
The Planning Board discussed financing options for the White Flint 2 area during their March 23rd worksession. Via their presentation, the planning staff said that there are $181,717,000 worth of White Flint 1 special tax district funded improvements planned.
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The established tax rate is $0.103 per $100 of assessed value in the special White Flint taxing district. … Read More
Comments Off on White Flint 2 Worksession Tomorrow, March 23
At tomorrow’s White Flint 2 Worksession, planning staff will discuss financing possibilities that could support the infrastructure needs for the White Flint 2 Sector Plan area. The White Flint 1 Special Taxing District will also be discussed. Executive Branch representatives will attend this worksession to discuss their perspective regarding financing alternatives for the Plan area.… Read More
The Planning Board discussed the Parklawn District and Randolph Hills part of White Flint 2 on March 9th. And the Planning Board had quite a bit to say about the staff’s draft plan. (View the staff presentation.) Read on for some wonderful news about the CSX pedestrian crossing and other favorable news.… Read More
Comments Off on Upcoming White Flint Meetings
The next White Flint 2 Worksession will be tomorrow, March 9 in the afternoon. They will be covering land use and zoning issues for the east side of the plan area. Read the staff document for this worksession to educate yourself on the issues.
The White Flint Implementation Committee will meet on Monday, March 13, 7 p.m., at Wall Local Park/Kennedy Shriver Aquatic Center.… Read More
Last Thursday, the Planning Board took up the Rockville Pike-Montrose North section of the White Flint 2 Plan, and they also reviewed a few properties on Executive Boulevard.
While the staff recommended a floating zone for 6100, 6110,6116, 6120, and 6130 Executive Boulevard, some of the property owners argued for CR or CRT zoning.… Read More