District Council Worksession #2March 25, 2014 The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission Prince George’s County Planning Department
Agenda • Big Picture Items(continued from March 18th) • Implementation • Growth Boundary Change Requests • Additional Late Testimony • District Council Proposed Amendments
Growth Boundary Change Requests Sacred Heart/Whitemarsh Hanna Storch ERCO Robindale Rubino
Growth Boundary Change Requests Planning Board considered the following: • 2006 Approved Bowie and Vicinity Master Plan and Sectional Map Amendment • Sacred Heart Church/Whitemarsh Property • Hannah Storch Property
Growth Boundary Change Requests Planning Board considered the following: • 2006 Approved Bowie and Vicinity Master Plan and Sectional Map Amendment • Water and Sewer Plan adopted in 2008 • Priority Preservation Plan approved in July 10,2012 • Sustainable Growth and Agricultural Preservation Act of 2012 (SB 236). (November 20, 2012) • 2013 Approved Subregion 5 Master Plan and Sectional Map Amendment • ERCO • Rubino • Robindale
Growth Boundary Change Requests Planning Board considered the following: • Master Plan decisions are based on a comprehensive and complex process that included • Landowners, elected officials, interest groups, and residents Planning Board Action: • Voted not to take any of the county’s land out of the Rural and Agricultural Area (Rural Tier) and further reduce it’s size.
Additional Late Testimony Close of the Public Record extended three weeks to December 16, 2013. Issues related to surcharge fees (pp. 28-31) and growth goals (Land Use Element) were considered in the testimony analysis for the adopted plan. • T-11 The Brickyard (Thomas Haller) • Received March 5, 2014 • Requests revision of Public Safety Surcharge Area • T-12 Growth Goals (Bradley Heard) • Received March 5, 2014 • Request Second Public Hearing • T-13 Woodmore Town Centre (Edward Gibbs, Jr.) • Received March 18, 2014 • Requests revision of Public Safety Surcharge Area
Sections of the Plan • Section I: A Blueprint for Tomorrow (pp. 2-21) • Section II: Defining the Context (pp. 22-63) • Section III: Elements (pp. 64-181) • Economic Prosperity (pp. 96-107) • Transportation and Mobility (pp. 108-123) • Natural Environment (pp. 124-137) • Housing and Neighborhoods (pp. 138-147) • Community Heritage, Culture, and Design (pp. 147-161) • Healthy Communities (pp. 162-169) • Public Facilities (pp. 170-181) • Section IV: Implementation (pp. 182-201)