Tag Archives: White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee
Comments Off on Implementation and Advisory Committee Meetings Will Not be Held This Week
The Tuesday, July 14th White Flint Advisory Committee Meeting meeting is changed to a Board retreat.
The Monday, July 13 White Flint Implementation Committee meeting is cancelled.
Here are several updates from N’kosi Yearwood of Montgomery Planning in lieu of the Implementation Meeting:
The White Flint/Great Seneca/Shady Grove Monitoring report is going to the Planning Board next Thursday afternoon.… Read More
Comments Off on Free Ice Tea and a Downtown Advisory Committee Meeting Recap
Congratulations to Friends of White Flint board member Brian Downie for being elected chair of the White Flint Downtown Advisory Committee at yesterday’s meeting. Congrats also to Tom Murphy who was elected vice chair at the same meeting.
As for other news from yesterday’s Downtown Advisory Committee Meeting, here you go:
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You should soon see pretty new landscaping along the median in Rockville Pike.
Comments Off on Upcoming Meetings
White Flint Implementation Committee Meeting
Monday, June 8 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
This month’s Implementation Committee meeting has been cancelled.
Shriver Aquatic Center
The White Flint Sector Plan Advisory Committee is made up of property owners, residents and interest groups that have interest in the redevelopment of the Sector Plan area, as well as representatives from the Executive Branch.… Read More
Comments Off on We attend so you don’t have to …
Here are the highlights from this week’s White Flint Implementation and Downtown Advisory Committee meetings.
White Flint Implementation Committee Meeting, Monday, May 11
1) Gables Pike District received approval for their preliminary and site plans.
2) Goddard School received approval for a pre-school on Edson Lane that will educate 165 children.… 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