County Executive Marc Elrich is seeking applicants to fill five vacancies on the White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee, for two members representing businesses that employ fewer than 25 employees, one representative of commercial property owners in the Sector Plan Area, one resident in the Sector Plan Area, and one resident outside the Sector Plan Area.…Read More
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First, the White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee meets at 8 am on September 5 at Snyder Cohn.
Second, Guardian Realty Investors invites people to attend a Preliminary Plan/Site Plan Pre-Application Meeting to review plans for the future development at 6000 Executive Boulevard. The meeting will be at the Shriver Aquatic Center from 7 to 8 pm on September 5. …Read More
For more than a year, the White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee (WFDAC) has been figuring out how to create a Business Improvement District in the Pike District. A Business Improvement District, usually called a BID, will brand and market the Pike District, ensure our community stays safe and clean, organize events, and advocate for the White Flint Area.…Read More
- Walkable Wednesday, a tour of the Pike District that discusses what makes it easier and more difficult to walk safely and conveniently. June 7, 7:30 pm. Meet at the White Flint metro station.
- White Flint 2 Work Session on staging, schools, and zoning. Thursday, June 8 in the late morning.
Here’s what the White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee talked about it at is monthly meeting held this week.
The committee first took a behind-the-scenes tour of Pike and Rose Phase 2.
The consulting firm chosen to help develop and guide the committee’s BID report to the council and executive said they were starting to interview stakeholders.…Read More
Here’s a summary of what was discussed at Tuesday’s White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee Meeting.
Ken Hartman thanked Bethesda North Marriott for refurbishing the northwest corner of Rockville Pike and Marinelli Road, adding mulch and walking paths. He also noted that the county is devoting considerable resources and has made noticeable progress making the Pike District more walkable and bikeable.…Read More
14 hours, two meetings. Yes, FoWF Executive Director Amy Ginsburg attended both Monday night’s White Flint Implementation Meeting and Tuesday morning’s White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee Meeting so she could let you know what happened at each.
First, the White Flint Implementation Meeting.
Nkosi Yearwood of the Montgomery Planning Department reported:
East Village North Bethesda Gateway project was approved by the Planning Board this past Thursday.…Read More
The White Flint Implementation Committee will meet on Monday, September 12, 7 p.m., at Shriver Aquatic Center. Their agenda will include a presentation from Gables Residential and a staging discussion for White Flint 2
The White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee will meet on Tuesday, September 13, 8 a.m.,…Read More
Onto the White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee Meeting.
Tom Murphy, the new chairman, led the meeting and recognized the many contributions of the previous chair, Brian Downie.
Ken Hartman reported that Rupert Landscaping is refreshing the plants on the medians along Rockville Pike. He is working with DOT to figure out how to hang Pike District banners along Route 355.…Read More
Here is a quick summary of what the members of the White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee discussed at their meeting last Tuesday.
The county is updating the restaurant and development maps on www.pikedistrict.org.
138 bags of refuse was picked up two weeks ago as well as median signs. (On average the county’s crew picks up 120 to 168 bags of trash each week.)