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Wed, Oct 20


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Update on Development in NCC

Update by Elza Hisel-McCoy, Division Chief of Downcounty Planning & Stephanie Dickel, Downcounty Division Regulatory Supervisor. RSVP for Zoom link.

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Update on Development in NCC
Update on Development in NCC

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Oct 20, 2021, 7:30 PM

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Our neighborhood is experiencing unprecedented change: The Purple Line and Bozzuto’s Chevy Chase Lake project. In the works: Toll Brothers townhouse project on Manor Road and proposed redevelopment of the Chevy Chase Library property.

What exactly are the development plans for our neighborhood? What is the planning process? How and when can citizens provide input? Elza Hisel-McCoy and Stephanie Dickel with the Montgomery County Planning Department will answer these questions and your own.

An urban designer and architect by training, Elza Hisel-McCoy is the Division Chief of Downcounty Planning. He leads the master plan and development review teams in the urbanizing areas of Montgomery County inside the Capital Beltway. He joined the Montgomery County Planning Department in 2006 after five years in the private sector designing HOPE VI neighborhood revitalization projects with Torti Gallas and Partners of Silver Spring, MD.  Previously, he led two sector plans, Chevy Chase Lake and Bethesda Purple Line Station, and he currently reviews numerous development applications. Stephanie Dickel is the Regulatory Supervisor for the Downcounty Division and has been with the Montgomery County Planning Department since 2011. She was formerly the Landscape Planner for the Arlington County Planning Department (Arlington, Virginia) for five years. She has a master’s degree in urban and regional planning from Virginia Commonwealth University and earned a B.A. in planning and design from Mary Washington College.

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