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Thursday, January 19, 2012
The committee also discussed the Capital Improvement Program budget and Green Wheaton.
For their first meeting of 2012, the Wheaton Redevelopment Advisory Committee (WRAC) invited representatives of Lowe Enterprises to share the company’s plans for redeveloping the building at 11141 Georgia Avenue. Meeting in the Mid-County Services Center, WRAC also learned about changes to the budget for the Wheaton Redevelopment Program, received subcommittee and Green Wheaton updates and welcomed former WRAC chair Karen Cordry to discuss neighborhood concerns over the potential parking waiver for Westfield Wheaton. Lowe Enterprises: Following a brief redevelopment update--including the announcement that concrete pouring on the new Safeway will begin in February—the WRAC committee welcomed Mark Rivers and Stacy Silber to present Lowe …
Thursday, December 22, 2011
Presentation from Maryland Small Business Development Center demonstrates available support for small businesses.
Correction: The original article mistakenly implied that the Kensington Heights and Kensington View civic associations have officially opposed Costco's parking waiver application. In a letter attached to a Patch article regarding the waiver, the KHCA complained to the Department of Permitting Services about the process of review, but did not officially oppose the waiver. We regret the error. With small business the main focus of a two-hour session, the Wheaton Redevelopment Advisory Committee (WRAC) convened in the Mid-County Regional Services Center for its final meeting of 2011. WRAC welcomed Casey Wilson of the Maryland Small Business Development Center to discuss his center’s resources for Wheaton businesses, reviewed redevelopment …
Thursday, November 17, 2011
At its November meeting, WRAC addresses small business, Green Wheaton and public concerns.
The Wheaton Redevelopment Advisory Committee (WRAC) gathered in the Mid-County Services Building on Nov. 16 to discuss a number of issues related to Wheaton’s ongoing redevelopment, focusing mainly on aspects of the plan that will affect small businesses. WRAC also received a Green Wheaton update and allowed the public to air any concerns. The meeting was presented in a bilingual format, with an interpreter translating the conversation into Spanish. Mitigating the Impact of Redevelopment on Small Businesses: Following opening remarks by committee vice chair Jonathan Fink acknowledging five births among the board’s families since their last meeting, Joseph Capuano led a discussion of a petition submitted by the Coalition for the Fair …
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Elrich will also present on Bus Rapid Transit.
In the midst of waiting on Safeway's start of construction, further discussions on B.F. Saul's project and Costco's tabling (for now) of the gas station, Councilmember Marc Elrich will share his own views on the redevelopment efforts this evening at the Mid-County Services Center. Starting at 7 p.m., the Wheaton Redevelopment Advisory Committee will have their July meeting, at which Elrich is a guest. In addition, Elrich will give his now-classic presentation on Bus Rapid Transit to the committee. Also on the agenda, a redevelopment report from Rob Klein of Montgomery County, a report on the council hearing on the Wheaton Sector Plan and an update from Green Wheaton.