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Public Testimony

Feb 1, 2018, Testimony to Planning Board on MARC Communities Master Plan.

Dec 5, 2017, Testimony to County Council on affordable housing.

Dec 7, 2016, Testimony to Legislative Delegation on speed limit bills.

Nov 16, Testimony to Legislative Delegation on transportation priorities.

June 2, 2016, Testimony to Planning Board on Subdivision Staging Policy.

Dec 15, 2015, Testimony to Planning Board on Langley Park Taco Bell.

June 24, Testimony to Planning Board on Bethesda Downtown Plan.

March 6, Testimony to State Senate supporting amendments to Public Information Act.

January 30, 2015, Testimony to legislative delegation on enabling legislation for a transit authority.

January 23, 2014, Testimony to County Council on Urban Road Code.

November 21, 2013, Testimony to Planning Board against Mid-County Highway Extended.

November 20, Testimony to Montgomery legislative delegation on transportation priorities.

November 7, Testimony to Planning Board in favor of minor master plan amendment on Bethesda Purple Line station.

September 13, Testimony to Planning Board opposing development of Ten Mile Creek until Clarksburg becomes the transit-oriented community its residents were promised.

August 7, Testimony to Army Corps of Engineers urging rejection of M83 highway.

July 17, Testimony to MWCOG TPB that traffic trends do not show benefit from ICC

July 11, Testimony asking Planning Board to require less parking at the Woodmont View apartments in Bethesda

June 11, Testimony to County Council calling for abolition of minimum parking requirements

May 23, Testimony to Planning Board in favor of White Oak Science Gateway master plan

May 16, Testimony to Planning Board in favor of BRT and MARC expansion

April 23, Testimony to Planning Board calling for elimination of minimum parking requirements

April 11, Testimony to County Council on FY2014 budget

March 15, Testimony to House of Delegates on Transportation Funding

March 5, Testimony to County Council on Chevy Chase Lake Master Plan

February 24, 2013, Testimony to Hearing Examiner on 4831 West Lane


Archive of earlier testimonies

Letters to Officials

March 12, Letter to County Councilmember Craig Rice urging immediate action on pedestrian safety near Seneca Valley High School

March 7, 2018, Letter to County Council opposing construction of Montrose Parkway East and Observation Drive Extended

December 21, 2017, Letter to public officials about bad pedestrian crossing of Rockville Pike.

December 20, Letter to Planning Board on basic concepts for the Master Plan rewrite.

July 9, Letter to County Council in support of height bonuses for affordable housing throughout downtown Bethesda.

June 26, 2017, Letter to County Council demanding that Metro be included in county transportation priorities.

November 29, 2016, Letter to County Council supporting Lyttonsville master plan.

August 2nd, Letter to County Executive regarding on-street parking in Silver Spring and Bethesda.

June 26, Letter to Council on Medical Center appropriation.

February 1, County Council commitment to Vision Zero.

January 25, Bethesda Master Plan And Metro station entrance.

January 25, 2016, MARC Rail Communities Master Plan.

November 4, 2015, Stop building new roads until old ones are safe.

April 21, Ensuring fulfillment of Purple Line agreement by Columbia Country Club and State of Maryland.

March 10, Restroom access for bus drivers (joint letter from ACT, ATU Local 689, and MCGEO).

Jan. 29, Transportation priorities.

Jan. 12, 2015, Finish the Silver Spring Transit Center.

Dec. 23, 2014, Criteria for New MCDOT Director (joint letter from ACT, Sierra Club, Chamber of Commerce, Realtors, and Bicyclists).

Sept. 16, Safe Walks to School Require Safe Street Design and Driver Education.

Feb. 4, Letter to Chevy Chase Town Council requesting lobbying documents.

Jan. 28, Letter to Maryland Open Meetings Compliance Board asking whether Chevy Chase Town Council violated Open Meetings Law over lobbying.

Jan. 27, 2014, Letter to County Executive Leggett in support of on-street parking on Wisconsin Ave. in Friendship Heights.


Archive of earlier letters