Thursday, July 2, 2020

9:00AM, Meeting will be live-streamed via www.montgomeryplanningboard.org.



REVISED: Thursday, July 2, 2020 - 10:34AM
9:00 am

PLANNING BOARD MEETING

Item 1

Consent Agenda

*A. Adoption of Resolutions

1. Downtown Silver Spring Project Plan 91998005C – MCPB No. 20-046

2. Downtown Silver Spring Site Plan 81999002M – MCPB No. 20-047

*B. Record Plats

 

*C. Other Consent Items

CSAAC Headquarters, Site Plan No. 82003004D, Regulatory Extension Request #2

Request to extend the regulatory review period from July 2, 2020 to July 30, 2020 to install up to 1,450 free-standing solar panels that generate no more than 120% of onsite energy consumption; located at the northwest corner of the intersection of East Village Avenue and Silverfield Drive, Montgomery Village; on approximately 6.82 acres zoned R-200 and Montgomery Village Overlay Zone; within the 2016 Montgomery Village Master Plan area.
Staff Recommendation: Approval of the Extension Request

E. Tettelbaum

*D. Approval of Minutes

Minutes of June 18, 2020

Item 2

Roundtable Discussion

A. Planning Director’s Report

B. Briefing on FY21 Savings Plan Reductions Submitted by the Planning Department, Parks Department, and Central Administrative Services Overview.

Item *3

Fieldcrest Community Solar: Site Plan No. 820200110 and Final Water Quality Plan

Request to construct a solar collection system on a portion of Parcel P707; located in the southwest quadrant of the intersection of Fieldcrest Road and Olney Laytonsville Road (MD 108); 35.73 acres; RE-1 zone; 2004 Upper Rock Creek Area Master Plan.
Staff Recommendation: Approval with Conditions and Adoption of Resolution

Additional Correspondence

J. Casey

POSTPONED TO JULY 16

Item *4

8015 Old Georgetown Road

A. Preliminary Plan Amendment 12016022A
CR 2.5, C 0.75 R 1.75 H 120, 2.52 acres; Request to increase maximum density from 145,863 square feet to 316,500 square feet, increase residential units from 107 to 297 units, remove the commercial/church use, and remove Development Plan requirements; Located on Old Georgetown Road at Glenbrook Road; 2017 Bethesda Downtown Sector Plan.

Staff Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

B. Site Plan 820200130
CR 2.5, C 0.75 R 1.75 H 120, 2.52 acres; Request to construct a multi-family residential building of up to 316,500 square feet for a maximum of 297 units, including up to 124,536 square feet of BOZ Density with a Park Impact Payment; Located on Old Georgetown Road at Glenbrook Road; 2017 Bethesda Downtown Sector Plan.

Staff Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

ATTACHMENTS

G. Bodgan

POSTPONED TO JULY 9, 2020

Item *5

Key Bridge Estates, Preliminary Plan 120190170

Request to create five lots and one outlot for five single-family detached houses; located at 1415 Smith Village Road, approximately 1500 feet east of Randolph Road, on approximately 2.17 acres of land zoned R-90; within the 1997 White Oak Master Plan area.
Staff Recommendation: Approval with Conditions and Adoption of Resolution

A. Lindsey

Item *6

11140 New Hampshire Avenue, Site Plan No. 81979030A

Request to convert an existing 2,102-square-foot bank to a Dunkin Donuts with a single drive-thru window; located at 11140 New Hampshire Avenue, approximately 3,000 feet southeast of the intersection of New Hampshire Avenue and Columbia Pike, Silver Spring; on approximately 4.2 acres of land zoned CRT-1.5, C-1.5, R-0.25, H-60; within the 2014 White Oak Science Gateway Master Plan area.
Staff Recommendation: Approval with Conditions and Adoption of Resolution

P. Smith

Item *7

Residences at Knowles Station: Preliminary Plan No. 120200160

Request to subdivide the Subject Property into six (6) lots for the construction of six (6) townhomes, and includes public open space, common open space and off-street parking; located at 4000 Knowles Avenue, at the intersection of Summit Avenue, Town of Kensington; 0.19 acre in the CRN 1.0, C-1.0, R-0.5, H-45 and within the Town Center District of the 2012 Kensington Sector Plan.
Staff Recommendation: Approval with Conditions and Adoption of Resolution

Additional Correspondence

T. Graham

12:00 pm

LUNCH

12:30 pm

PLANNING BOARD MEETING CONTINUES

Item 8

Briefing on Purple Line Pedestrian Connectivity Report

Staff Recommendation: Planning Board Discussion

Additional Correspondence

J. Castro/L. Pepe

Item 9

2020-2024 Subdivision Staging Policy (SSP)/ County Growth Policy: Work Session # 3 – Schools Element

The Planning Board will hold a work session on recommendations for the 2020 update to the county’s Subdivision Staging Policy and related infrastructure funding mechanisms

Staff Recommendation: Planning Board Discussion

Additional Correspondence

Staff’s SSP Comment Tracking Spreadsheet

J. Sartori/H. Baek

4:00 pm

ADJOURN

PUBLIC NOTICE

Department of Permitting Services
Division of Land Development Services
has received aPRELIMINARY/FINAL WATER QUALITY PLAN
for
Clarksburg Elementary School #9

This site consists of 9.62 acres and is located at the intersection of Clarksburg Road (MD 121) and Dunlin Street in Clarksburg. The proposed development consists of a new elementary school and the associated infrastructure. This site falls within the limits of the Clarksburg Special Protection Area.

If you wish to request a public information meeting, a written request must be submitted to this office within 15 days of this notice (Notice posted 6/19/2020).

The Water Quality Plans are available for review at the Department of Permitting Services office during working hours (8:00am-4:00pm Monday through Friday).

For further information, please call Leo Galanko at (240) 777-6242. The address for the Department of Permitting Services is:

Department of Permitting Services
Land Development Services, Water Resources
255 Rockville Pike, 2nd Floor
Rockville, Maryland 20850