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Home / April 11, 2024


REVISED: Wednesday, April 10, 2024 - 9:08AM
10:00 am


Item 1

Preliminary Matters

*A. Adoption of Resolutions

1. Century Preliminary Plan Amendment No. 12002095D, MCPB No. 24-038

2. Wildwood Manor Shopping Center Site Plan Amendment No. 82004016E, MCPB No. 24-042

3. Warfield Property Forest Conservation Plan Amendment No. 12000095A, MCPB No 24 -040

*B. Approval of Minutes

Minutes from March 21, 2024

*C. Other Preliminary Matters

Item 2

Record Plats (Public Hearing)

Subdivision Plat No. 220231070, Kilmarock
R-60 zone; 2 lots; located on the north side of Prospect Street, opposite Glenside Drive; East Silver Spring Master Plan.

Staff Recommendation: Approval

Subdivision Plat No. 220240440, Glen Echo Heights
R-90 zone; 1 lot; located on the south side of Madawaska Road, 100 feet west of Wapakoneta Road; Bethesda-Chevy Chase Master Plan.

Staff Recommendation: Approval

Subdivision Plat No. 220240590 Locust Hill Estates
R-60 zone, 1 lot; located in the northeast quadrant of the intersection of Rockville Pike (MD 355) and Locust Hill Road; Bethesda-Chevy Chase Master Plan.

Staff Recommendation: Approval

Item 3

Regulatory Extension Requests (Public Hearing)

Item 4

Roundtable Discussion

Planning Director’s Report


Item 5

Eastern Capital Crescent Urban Recreational Park (Public Testimony Accepted)

Authorization to acquire 6,400 square feet of land, more or less, improved, from 4328 Montgomery LLC, located at 4328
Montgomery Avenue, Bethesda

Staff Recommendation: Approval and Adoption of the Resolution

B. Sandberg/A. Fothergill

Item 6

The Great Seneca Plan: Connecting Life and Science Work Session #3

Staff Recommendation: Discuss the Great Seneca Plan and provide guidance to staff.

M. Hill

1:05 pm


2:00 pm


Item 7

Attainable Housing Strategies Work Session #7

In 2021, the County Council requested the Planning Board consider and recommend “zoning reforms that would allow greater opportunities for Missing Middle housing in Montgomery County.” Attainable Housing Strategies is the resulting effort, through which a prior Planning Board prepared recommendations to allow the development of more diverse types of housing, including Missing Middle Housing, in Montgomery County.

Staff Recommendation: Seek guidance from the Planning Board.

Item 7 – Attachment 

L. Govoni/B. Berbert

4:00 pm