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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

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REGENCY CENTERS PRESENTATION OF WESTWOOD SHOPPING CENTER PLANS

Westwood Shopping Center Redevelopment – Presentation of Plans,  Wednesday Evening, Jan 31 (details in pdf links below): REGENCY PRESENTATION 01312018 Westwood Shopping Center Notice of Pre-Submission Public Meeting dtd 1.1… Please have a look at the attached invitation/announcement of a presentation

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September Meeting Notes

Bicycle Master Plan David Anspacher of the Planning Dept presented on the the Bicycle Master Plan in the works. It is intended to appeal to those with low tolerance for traffic stress (approx 51% of people).  See the presentation here.

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Reminder – No Aug Meeting, Sept Meeting Rescheduled

Reminder: There is no August meeting of the CCCFH. The September meeting will be on Monday, September 18 to avoid a conflict with the first night of Rosh Hashanah.  The meeting will still be held at the Somerset Town Hall at 8

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July Meeting Notes

Update on 5550 Friendship Blvd At the last meeting, CCCFH voted to send a letter to the developer supporting Friendship Heights’ stance that they did not want redevelopment at this location. The developer responded that they are not trying to amend

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May 2017 Meeting Notes

Capital Crescent Trail Montgomery County Parks and the Park Police attended the meeting to explain the current status of intersection of the Capital Crescent Trail and Little Falls Parkway. There have been accidents, including one fatality at this intersection in

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April 2017 Meeting Notes

Bethesda Downtown Plan As expected, the Council has taken up the Bethesda downtown plan.  Several items merit note.  First, on April 14, CCCFH’s Executive Committee voted to sign onto a letter to the Council on the Bethesda Downtown Plan by

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