REGENCY WESTWOOD I PLANS SUBMITTED TO PLANNING DEPT 5/15/18 – SEE KEY PLANS ON THIS WEBSITE –LINK BELOW

Click on the link below to get to a number of plans of interest regarding the redevelopment of Westwood I.

https://cccfhmd.org/westbard-sector-plan/regency-plans-for-westwood-submitted-5-15-18/

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PUBLIC MTG – JUNE 13 – CAPITAL CRESCENT TRAIL CROSSING AT LITTLE FALLS PARKWAY

The Capital Crescent Trail crossing at Little Falls Parkway has long been dangerous for pedestrians and bicyclists.  M-NCPPC will be presenting alternative designs to help alleviate this problem 7:00 p.m., June 13, at Somerset ES.  See the link below for the flyer providing further details:

PUBLIC MEETING: design alternatives for the Capital Crescent Trail at Little Falls Parkway

Additionally, there is a link within the flyer providing a visual overhead of the site plus a list of seven alternatives being considered as remedies.  That link is:

https://www.montgomeryparks.org/projects/directory/capital-crescent-trail-crossing-at-little-falls-parkway/

 

 

 

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DISTRICT 1 COUNCILMEMBER CANDIDATE BIOS – FROM OUR MAY 10 FORUM

The link below provides brief biographies of each of the nine candidates for County Council for our District 1, replacing Roger Berliner.

DISTRICT 1 COUNCILMEMBER CANDIDATE BIOGRAPHIES

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DISTRICT 1 COUNCILMEMBER CANDIDATE FORUM – MAY 10, 7:30 P.M. SEE BELOW FOR DETAILS

CANDIDATE FORUM NOTICE - JOIN US MAY 10

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Bicycle Master Plan to County Council – Further Work Sessions Cancelled.

The draft Master Bicycle Plan status was discussed briefly at the February 21 CCCFH
meeting. Work sessions that were to occur with planners will not, and the plan is being
sent to the Council virtually as is. Julie Davis of Somerset House reports on this – see link  below:

Master Bicycle Plan – to Co Council

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Park Renovation Fund Support

The MoCo Department of Parks and Planning’s budget is consumed by large land acquisition and park restoration projects which leave few funds available for small park projects.  For example, the renovation of Williard Park has been in the queue for 23 years.  On February 7, CCCFH Chair Harold Pfohl testified in support of a “Park Refresher” Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) which would provide a dedicated fund and line item for smaller projects.  The link to the testimony is below.

TESTIMONY 02 07 2018 Park Refresher CIP No. P871902

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Westbard Update – More Information On Regency Plan

Westbard Update

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