Thursday, October 11, 2018

10:00AM, MRO AUDITORIUM



REVISED: Wednesday, October 10, 2018 - 5:30PM
Item 1

Consent Agenda

*A. Adoption of Resolutions

1. 4 Bethesda Metro Sketch Plan 320180110 – MCPB No. 18-082

Approved

*B. Record Plats

Subdivision Plat No. 220180610 – 220180640, Randolph Farms
RT-15 zone, 104 lots, 11 parcels; located in the southeast quadrant of the intersection of Randolph Road and Putnam Road; North Bethesda-Garrett Park Master Plan.

Staff Recommendation: Approval

Approved

*C. Other Consent Items

 

Westwood Shopping Center, Site Plan 820180190, Regulatory Extension No. 1

CRT 2.0 C 0.75 R 1.25 H 60 zone, 12.4 acres, First request to extend the review period for mixed-use development for up to 369,292 square feet of residential uses (up to 200 multi-family units and 72 townhouse units) and up to 171,232 square feet of non-residential uses; located along the west side of Westbard Avenue, 150 feet south of Ridgefield Road; 2016 Approved and Adopted Westbard Sector Plan.
Staff Recommendation: Approval with Conditions
S. Dickel

Approved

Corrected Resolution – Sandy Spring Townhomes, Site Plan No. 820160010

Request to correct Resolution No. 16-013 for Sandy Spring Townhomes, Site Plan No. 820160010 due to discrepancies found within the data table for side setbacks of townhouse end units.

Staff Recommendation: Approval of corrected Resolution

B. Berbert

Approved

Solera Kensington, Preliminary Plan No. 120180220 and Site Plan No. 820180180, Regulatory Extension Request #1

A. Solera Kensington, Preliminary Plan No. 120180220: Request to extend the regulatory review period from October 25, 2018 to January 25, 2019 for creation of one lot for a maximum of 126,193 square feet (excluding MPDUs) of development, with up to 123,193 square feet (excluding MPDUs) of Independent Living for Seniors with a minimum of 15% MPDUs, Residential Care Facility uses, residential amenities, structured parking, and adaptive reuse of two historic structures for up to 3,000 feet of commercial uses; located at the southwest corner of the intersection of Metropolitan Avenue and St. Paul Street, Kensington; on approximately 1.93 acres of land zoned CRT-1.5 C-1.5 R-1.5 H-60; within the 2012 Kensington Sector Plan area.
B. Solera Kensington, Site Plan No. 820180180: Request to extend the regulatory review period from October 25, 2018 to January 25, 2019 for redevelopment of the property for a maximum of 126,193 square feet (excluding MPDUs) of development, with up to 123,193 square feet (excluding MPDUs) of Independent Living for Seniors with a minimum of 15% MPDUs, Residential Care Facility uses, residential amenities, structured parking, and adaptive reuse of two historic structures for up to 3,000 feet of commercial uses; located at the southwest corner of the intersection of Metropolitan Avenue and St. Paul Street, Kensington; on approximately 1.93 acres of land zoned CRT-1.5 C-1.5 R-1.5 H-60; within the 2012 Kensington Sector Plan area.
Staff Recommendation: Approval of Extension Request

ATTACHMENT
E. Tettelbaum/R. Hersson-Ringskog 

Approved

4915 Auburn Avenue Sketch Plan No. 320180170 and Preliminary Plan No. 120180210, Regulatory Extension #3

Sketch Plan No. 320180170, 4915 Auburn Avenue, CR 3.0 C 3.0 R 2.75 H 110 zone and the Bethesda Overlay zone, 0.73 acres, Request to extend review until December 20, 2018, for 175,000 square feet of total development, with up to 162,500 square feet (180 units) of multi-family residential uses with 17.5 percent MPDUs, 12,500 square of non-residential, and up to 109,736 square feet from the Bethesda Overlay Zone; located in the southwest quadrant of the intersection of Auburn Avenue and Norfolk Avenue; 2017 Bethesda Downtown Sector Plan.
Staff Recommendation: Approval of Third Extension
Preliminary Plan No. 120180210, 4915 Auburn Avenue, CR 3.0 C 3.0 R 2.75 H 110 zone and the Bethesda Overlay zone, 0.73 acres, Request to extend review until December 20, 2018, for one lot for 175,000 square feet of total development, with up to 162,500 square feet (180 units) of multi-family residential uses with 17.5 percent MPDUs, 12,500 square of non-residential, and up to 109,736 square feet from the Bethesda Overlay Zone; located in the southwest quadrant of the intersection of Auburn Avenue and Norfolk Avenue; 2017 Bethesda Downtown Sector Plan.
Staff Recommendation: Approval of Third Extension
M. Folden

Approved

17902 Georgia Avenue: Approval of First Amendment to a November 25, 1988 agreement between Georgia Avenue Limited Partnership and the M-NCPPC for Preliminary Plan 1-88137

ATTACHMENT 1

ATTACHMENT 2

ATTACHMENT 3

Approved

*D. Approval of Minutes

Minutes of September 27, 2018

Approved
Item 2

Roundtable Discussion

A. Planning Director’s Report

B. Parks Director’s Report

 

Discussion

Item 10

Beach Drive Bridge (M-PK24) over Silver Creek – Mandatory Referral MR 2019001

Applicant: Montgomery County Department of Transportation
Project: Review of Bridge Replacement Project M-PK24, Beach Drive over Silver Creek
Staff Recommendation: Approval with Comments

S. Aldrich

TIME CHANGED
Approved

Item *4

Viva White Oak, Preliminary Plan No. 120180240

Request for approval for the dedication of master-planned roads A 106 (FDA Parkway), B-10 (FDA Boulevard) and B 5; initial subdivision of the Property and Land Bays into various larger Lots, Outlots and Parcels to be further subdivided by subsequent Preliminary Plan Amendments; and Adequate Public Facilities (APF) approval for a 12,180,270 square foot mixed-use development, including up to a maximum of 6,090,135 square feet of residential uses, which may include a mix of multi-family housing, live-work units, duplexes, townhouses, and a small number of single-family detached units, including a minimum of 12.5% MPDUs, while the non-residential uses may include academic, research and development, office, conference center/lodging, retail, restaurant and entertainment; on approximately 279.62 acres of land zoned CR-1.0: C-1.0, R-0.5, H-220; within the 2014 White Oak Science Gateway Master Plan area.
Staff Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

G. Meus

POSTPONED

Item 5

Hernandez Daycare, Conditional Use No. CU 18-10

Request for a Day Care Center for up to 15 children on a 10,824-square foot lot in the R-60 Zone; located at 2801 Randolph Road, Silver Spring, within the Glenmont Master Plan area.
Staff Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

L. Shirley

Approved
11:50 am

LUNCH

Item 11

CLOSED SESSION

According to MD ANN Code, General Provisions Article, §3-305(b)(3), to consider the acquisition of real properties for a public purpose and matters directly related to the acquisitions.

B. Sandberg/J. Kaye 

ADDED

12:50 pm

PLANNING BOARD MEETING CONTINUES

MRO AUDITORIUM
Item *3

Kensington Manor Senior Housing, Sketch Plan No. 320180210

Request to develop the Property with a 115,000 square foot Independent Living Facility for Seniors (with up to 123 multifamily dwelling units, including a minimum of 25% Moderately Priced Dwelling Units), including underground parking, and private amenities and recreation spaces; Optional Method of Development in the CRT-2.5, C-2.0, R-2.0, H-75 Zone; on approximately 31,164 square feet of land; located at 3906 and 3910 Knowles Avenue, approximately 200 feet west of Connecticut Avenue, within the 2012The Project is proposed to include a maximum building height of 70 feet. The Property is located in the Town of Kensington and within the 2012 Kensington Sector Plan area.
Staff Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

T. Leftwich

TIME CHANGED
Approved

Item 6

FY20 Budget Discussion Session #1 – Chief Information Office and Wheaton Headquarters Budget

J. Kroll/M. Chilet/J. Poore

Item 7

Adoption: Biennial review of FY19-24 Capital Improvements Program (CIP) and the FY20 Capital Budget

C. Morgan

Item *8

St. Elmo

A. Sketch Plan Amendment No. 32015004A, St. Elmo Apartments, CR 5.0 C 5.0 R 5.0 H 225 and the Bethesda Overlay (BOZ) zones, 1.06 acres, Request to a) increase density by 66,044 square feet, from 263,956 up to a maximum total of 362,012 330,000 square feet, including 314,000 square feet (245 unites) of residential and 48,012 16,000 square feet of commercial, and b) increase height by 51 feet from 174 feet to maximum of 225 feet, c) receive 14, 863 feet of density transfer, and d) receive up to 131,095 162,012 square feet from the Bethesda Overlay Zone with a payment to the PIP, and to increase the height up to the maximum 225 feet; located on St. Elmo Avenue and Fairmont Avenue, approximately 275 feet northeast of the intersection with Old Georgetown Road; 2017 Approved and Adopted Bethesda Downtown Plan.
Staff Recommendation: Approval with Conditions
B. Preliminary Plan Amendment No. 12015020A, St. Elmo Apartments, CR 5.0 C 5.0 R 5.0 H 225 and the Bethesda Overlay (BOZ) zones, 1.06 acres, Request to create one lot and a increase density by 66,044 square feet, from 263,956 up to a maximum total of 362,012 330,000 square feet, including 314,000 square feet (245 units) of residential and 48,012 16,000 square feet of commercial, and b) increase height by 51 feet from 174 feet to maximum of 225 feet, c) receive 14,863 feet of density transfer, and d) receive up to 109,736 162,012 square feet from the Bethesda Overlay Zone qith a payment to the PIP, and to increase the height up to the maximum 225 feet; located on St. Elmo Avenue and Fairmont Avenue, approximately 275 feet northeast of the intersection with Old Georgetown Road; 2017 Approved and Adopted Bethesda Downtown Plan.
Staff Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

ATTACHMENT ASketch Plan Amendment

ATTACHMENT BPreliminary Plan Amendment

ATTACHMENT CForest Conservation Exemption

ATTACHMENT DAgency Letters

    1. MCDPS – Water Resources
    2. MCDOT
    3. MCDHA
    4. SHA

ATTACHMENT EFAR Averaging Provisions Amendment

ATTACHMENT FDesign Advisory Panel meeting summaries

ATTACHMENT GArt Review Panel meeting summary

E. Hisel-McCoy

 

Item 9

Proposed Amendments: Montgomery County Comprehensive Water Supply and Sewerage Systems Plan 

County Executive’s AD 2018-3 Group – Two Water/Sewer Service Category Change Amendment Requests
County Council’s August 2018 Group – Six Water/Sewer Service Category Change Amendment Requests
Staff Recommendation: Transmit Comments to County Executive

K. Nelson 

5:25 pm

ADJOURN

PUBLIC NOTICE

Planning Board Seeks Public Comment on

Administrative and County Council Water and Sewer Category Change Requests

The Planning Board will hear testimony and consider recommendations for the water and sewer category change requests (WSSCR) listed below on Thursday October 11, 2018.  The applications request that community water and/or sewer service be extended to these properties.

A public hearing for the first two cases will take place on October 3, 2018 at 11:30 am at the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) in Rockville.  Planning Board recommendations will be presented to the County Executive during the open comment period.

A public hearing for the remaining cases will take place on October 2, 2018 at 1:30 pm before the County Council in Rockville.  Planning Board recommendations will be presented to the County Council prior to the T&E work session scheduled for October 23rd at 3:00 pm.

 Case Number

Applicant/Owner and Property Location

Master Plan Area

WSCCR 18-CLO-01A

Joseph Brule

1105 Briggs Chaney Road

Cloverly

WSCCR 18-TRV-03A

Janis & Michael Kerns

12712 Maidens Bower Drive

Potomac

WSCCR 17-GWC-02A

WSCCR 17-GWC-03A

Patricia Tregoning and Tregoning Bypass Trust

23715 and 23000 block of Ridge Road

Clarksburg

WSCCR 17-OLN-02A

Iglesia de Cristo Mi-El Maryland Inc.

17521 Old Baltimore Road

Olney

WSCCR 17-TRV-10A

Sami and Siham Ainane

12000 & 12000 block of Piney Meetinghouse Road

Potomac

WSSCR 18-TRV-02A

David and Nancy Scull

10125 Bevern Lane

Potomac

WSSCR 09-TRV-02A

Ted and Roxanne Smart

13101 Valley Drive

Potomac

The staff report for the water and sewer category change requests will be posted on the Planning Board’s website one week prior to the meeting:  http://www.montgomeryplanningboard.org/agendas/. Contact Katherine Nelson at 301-495-4622   or Katherine.Nelson@montgomeryplanning.org.

See also DEP’s website www.montgomerycountymd.gov/waterworks or call 240-777-7700.

Written comments are also welcomed if submitted at least 24 hours prior to the Planning Board Hearing. Emails or letter may be sent to:

Chair, Casey Anderson

Montgomery County Planning Board

8787 Georgia Avenue

Silver Spring, MD 20910

mcp-chair@mncppc-mc.org