A memo from staff to the commission reflects these changes, but also details the elimination of school and transportation requirements for the following types of development in the city:
- Accessory apartments
- Personal living quarters
- Wireless communications facilities
- MCPS schools and portable classroom trailers
- "Up to 3 housing units"
- Senior housing, housing for the disabled, and other age-restricted residential uses
- Nursing homes
The memo also lists the projects that will benefit from the changes most immediately. Those are the Avalon Bay apartment project at Twinbrook, and an EYA development planned for the Tower Oaks area.
This meeting will begin at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, July 8, at City Hall, and will be broadcast live on Channel 11.