The Montgomery County Planning Board Agenda

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Thursday, February 27, 2014

REVISED: Thursday, February 27, 2014 - 12:28 pm

Please note Agenda changes and testimony rules:

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1:00 pm CLOSED SESSION  
Item 13 Pursuant to State Government Article Annotated Code of Maryland 10-508(a)(1) to discuss the appointment, employment, assignment, promotion, discipline, demotion, compensation, removal, resignation, or performance evaluation of Commission appointees, employees, or officials; or to discuss any other personnel matter that affects 1 or more specific employees ADDED 
1:30 pm PLANNING BOARD MEETING MRO AUDITORIUM
Item 1

Consent Agenda

TIME CHANGED 

 

Planning Board Action/Decision: Approved. 

 

*A. Adoption of Resolutions 

 
  1. Grosvenor/Wild Acres Preliminary Plan 120130110 – MCPB No. 13-170
 
  2. Grosvenor/Wild Acres Site Plan 820130130 – MCPB No. 13-171
 
 

*B. Record Plats 

 
 

*C. Other Consent Items 

 
 

*D. Approval of Minutes  

 
  Minutes of January 23, 2014 MOVED FROM FEBRUARY 20 AGENDA           
Item 2

Roundtable Discussion

Parks Director’s Report

TIME CHANGED   

 

Planning Board Action/Decision: Discussion. 

Item 3

Review the Updated Procedures – Telecommunications on Park Property

Update the 1997 Administrative Procedures for Telecommunications on Park Property

Staff Recommendation: Approve

ATTACHMENT 1 - Policy Telecom

ATTACHMENT 2 - Lease Agreement Flow Chart

ATTACHMENT 3 - Application Telecom Lease

M. Grace

TIME CHANGED 

 

POSTPONED TO MARCH 13, 2014 

Item 10

Norbeck-Muncaster Mill Neighborhood Park

Authorization to acquire 38,881 square feet (0.89 acres), more or less, improved, from Julio C. and Marsha B. Zangroniz, located at 4011 Muncaster Mill Road, Rockville, Maryland 20853

Staff Recommendation: Approval

W. Gries

MOVED FROM FEBRUARY 20 AGENDA 

 

TIME CHANGED 

 

 

Planning Board Action/Decision: Approved. 

Item *4

Glenmont Metrocenter Phase 1.1: Site Plan 820130270
TSR Zone, 9.46 acres, request for 171 townhouses, including 22 MDPU's, located on the north side of Glenallan Avenue between Georgia Avenue along Glenallan Avenue and Layhill Road, in the Glenmont Sector Plan (formerly the Glenmont Transit Impact Area and Vicinity Sector Plan).
Staff Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

S. Dickel

POSTPONED TO MARCH 6, 2014 
Item 6 MC Parks FY14 Budget Adjustment

Seeking Planning Board approval on a FY14 budget adjustment request.

Staff Recommendation: Approval

K. Warnick

TIME CHANGED 

 

 

Planning Board Action/Decision: Approved. 

2:15 Pm CLOSED SESSIONS  
Item 5 CLOSED SESSION
Pursuant to State Government Article Annotated Code of Maryland 10-508(a)(3) to consider the acquisition of real property for a Commission purpose and matters directly related thereto
 
Item 12

CLOSED SESSION

Pursuant to State Government Article Annotated Code of Maryland 10-508(a)(7) to consult with counsel to obtain legal advice

D. Lieb

ADDED 
4:30 pm PLANNING BOARD MEETING CONTINUES MRO AUDITORIUM
Item *7

No Gain:Preliminary Plan No. 120130170

R-60 zone, 0.97 acres, Proposal for 2 one-family lots; located on Brookville Road approximately 1,500 feet south of the intersection with Thornapple Street, in the Village of Chevy Chase Section 5, Bethesda-Chevy Chase

Staff Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

K. Reilly

TIME CHANGED 

 

POSTPONED TO MARCH 6, 2014     

Item 8

Forest Conservation Bank Policies
Staff seeks advice from Planning Board on various Forest Conservation Bank Policies

K. Nelson

TIME CHANGED 

 

POSTPONED TO APRIL 3, 2014 

Item *9

The Home Depot Aspen Hill Site Plan No. 820140030
Request to add 29,998 square feet to the existing 133,002-square foot store, and modifications to the existing surface parking layout, on approximately 32.76 gross acres in the R-90 and RMX-2C Zones; located at 14000 Georgia Avenue, in the northwest quadrant of Georgia Avenue and Connecticut Avenue, in the Aspen Hill Master Plan area.
Staff Recommendation: Approval with conditions

R. Kamen

POSTPONED TO MARCH 6, 2014 
Item 11

A. County Council Bills on Sustainability and Energy Conservation including:

Bill 2-14, Environmental Sustainability - Buildings - Benchmarking
Bill 3-14, Buildings - Energy Efficiency - Energy Standards
Bill 4-14, Streets and Roads - County Street Lights
Bill 5-14, Environmental Sustainability - Social Cost of Carbon Assessments
Bill 6-14, Environmental Sustainability - Office of Sustainability - Established
Bill 7-14, Contracts and Procurement - Certified Green Business Program
Bill 8-14, Buildings - County Buildings - Clean Energy Renewable Technology
Bill 9-14, Environmental Sustainability - Renewable Energy - County Purchase
Bill 10-14, Buildings - Solar Permits - Expedited Review
Bill 11-14, Buildings - Electric Vehicle Charging Station Permits - Expedited Review
Bill 12-14, Personnel - Telecommuting - Amendments

Staff Recommendation: Transmit Comments to County Council
B. Zoning Text Amendment No. 14-01
To require electric vehicle charging stations under certain circumstances

Staff Recommendation: Transmit Comments to County Council
(Action required for Council Public Hearing of 2/25/14)
C. Zoning Text Amendment No. 14-02
To exempt certain solar energy structures from height and setbacks.

Staff Recommendation: Transmit Comments to County Council
(Action required for Council Public Hearing of 2/25/14)

M. Dolan/R.Kamen

MOVED FROM FEBRUARY 27 AGENDA

 

 

  Planning Board Action/Decision: Approved transmitting comments. 

 

Item 14 Presentation of revised OPEB numbers for FY 15 budget
J. Kroll

ADDED 

 

Planning Board Action/Decision: Approved. 

5:30 PM ADJOURN  
     
6:00 PM SPEAKER SERIES  
 

Innovative Housing Efforts in the City of Alexandria
Speakers: Mildrilyn Davis, Director of Housing, City of Alexandria and Helen McIlvaine, Deputy Director of Housing, City of Alexandria
The City of Alexandria has had success with a number of innovative housing efforts over the past decade, including redevelopment of numerous blocks of public housing into mixed income communities and co-location of affordable housing with new public buildings. In addition, the City has recently approved a new Housing Plan that offers creative ideas for the future. Ms. Davis and Ms. McIlvaine will share a range of best practices from Alexandria.

 
     

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