Monthly Archives: May 2018
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White Flint Sector Plan Implementation Advisory Committee Meeting
Wall Local Park-Kennedy Shriver Aquatic Center
May 14, 2018 7 p.m.
White Flint 1 and 2 Development
Site Plan: 4900 Nicholson Court
Sketch Plan: 6000 Executive Blvd-Guardian
Site Plan: Ouffett Estates
Better Block Placemaking Event
White Flint Downtown Committee (Brian Downie/Francine Waters)
White Flint Implementation Coordinator Report (Andrew Bossi)
Presentation: Pepco Substation
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This is the second in our series sharing the Friends of White Flint questionnaire responses from the candidates for County Executive. (You can read the first article focusing on top infrastructure projects for the White Flint area here.) The June 26th primary is a critical one, and we want voters to be as educated as possible about the candidates’ views on issues that matter to the White Flint/Pike District area.… Read More
The Coalition for Smarter Growth (CSG) is hosting a walking tour that explores White Flint’s rapidly developing strides in livability and walkability on Saturday, May 12 from 10:00 am to 12 noon.
Featured speakers include District 1 Councilmember Roger Berliner; Chris Conklin, Deputy Director for Transportation Policy; Ken Hartman, Director, Regional Services Center; Mickey Papillon, Vice President – General Manager, Pike & Rose; Amy Ginsburg, Executive Director of Friends of White Flint; and Pete Tomao, Montgomery County Advocacy Manager – Coalition for Smarter Growth.… Read More
Comments Off on What do County Executive Candidates think about important issues in the White Flint/Pike District area?
Friends of White Flint sent a short candidate questionnaire to all of the Democrat candidates fighting for your vote in the June 26th primary. Over the next couple of weeks, we will share their responses with you. The June 26 primary is a critical one for the White Flint area. Actually it’s a critical election for all of Montgomery County, so take the time to educate yourself and select the county executive candidate who not only believes in the tremendous potential of the White Flint/Pike District community but who also is determined to work with property owners, businesses, and residents to bring the White Flint sector plans to life.… Read More
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On Friday, May 18, 2018 Commuter Connections and the Washington Area Bicyclist Association invite you to celebrate bicycling as a clean, fun, and healthy way to get to work. Be one of the first 20,000 to register and attend this FREE EVENT, then bike to your choice of 100 pit stops in D.C., MD, and VA and receive a free T-shirt, refreshments, and be entered into a raffle for a new bicycle.… Read More
Comments Off on Important! Tell Metro To End the Grosvenor Turnback
Metro seeks feedback on alternatives to increase service on the Red Line between Grosvenor-Strathmore and Shady Grove stations. This is your chance to tell Metro to end the Grosvenor Turnback, and it’s really important that you take Metro’s survey by May 21st.
Currently during weekday rush hours, Red Line trains operate every 8 minutes between Shady Grove and Glenmont, with additional trains between Grosvenor-Strathmore and Silver Spring providing service every four minutes between these stations.… Read More
Comments Off on Planning Board Takes Up White Flint Projects
On May 3, The Planning Board will review the Site Plan Amendment for Pike and Rose (Phase I and II) as well as the Zoning Text Amendment (ZTA) for a Signature Business Headquarters.
ZTA No. 18-05 amends the Montgomery County Zoning Ordinance to create a new use for a Signature Business Headquarters, and to provide a process for approval of a Signature Business Headquarters plan.… Read More