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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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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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February 2017 Meeting Notes

Bethesda Downtown Plan CCCFH, as part of a group of neighborhood associations, signed a letter to the County  Council. That letter is available on the website. Marriott is coming to Bethesda, which is great economically. Some new facts are coming

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CCCFH Letter to the Planning Board Regarding the Equity One Sketch Plan

The letter is succinct summary of CCCFH’s position on a number of topics contained in the Equity One sketch plan and addressed by a Planning Department staff report which will come before the Montgomery County Planning Board on Thursday, February

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January Meeting Notes

Capitol Crescent Trail and the Purple Line At a Planning Board meeting on the Apex building in early January, the Capitol Crescent Trail Tunnel below Wisconsin Ave came up – it also came up at a meeting on bicycle aspects

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CCCFH January Update

The next CCCFH meeting is scheduled for February 15.  A special meeting that had been slated for January 25 was cancelled. On Westbard, while not yet formally changed, the February 9 Planning Board hearing date on Equity One’s sketch plan is expected

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December Meeting Notes

Bethesda Self-Storage Plan Timothy Dugan, who represents Westbard Self Storage (Bethesda Self Storage Partners LLC), attended the CCCFH meeting to outline plans to build a storage facility behind the McDonalds on River Road. The maximum building height will be 50

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