County Greenlights Three Stormwater Runoff, including one in Luxmanor

From Bethesda Beat

Montgomery County’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has reactivated three storm water management projects that were previously suspended.

The county will move forward with plans to restore more than 1,800 feet of Old Farm Creek along Neilwood Drive in North Bethesda as well as more than 8,700 feet of the Grosvenor/Luxmanor Tributary in North Bethesda. The county will also resume progress on the Glenmont Forest Green Streets project— an effort to install raingardens along streets that cover a 243-acre area bordered by Georgia Avenue and Randolph Road.

The three projects were put on hold last year due to a change in DEP’s contracting approach.