April 8, 2013 by FofFC
Filed under 2012 Rezoning, Frederick, Government Affairs: budget, privatization, land use policies
New development planned for the north and south sides of Executive Way, south of Frederick, between Buckeystown Pike and New Design Road. There will be 122,500 square feet of employment use and a maximum of 615 dwelling units (approx. 255 single-family and 360 multifamily) type products (apartments, two-over-twos, condos), or any variation of dwelling [...]
March 19, 2013 by FofFC
Filed under 2012 Rezoning, Changes in Comprehensive Zoning 2011, Monrovia, New Market, Preserving Farms and Open Space, Roads, Schools, Share your Opinion on Policy, Smith/Cline Farm in New Market, Spread the Word!, Urbana, Water and Sewer
The Frederick County Commissioners have approved or are discussing approval of over 7000 new dwellings, in many cases without appropriate plans for schools, roads, emergency services and other key infrastructure. We believe that our public officials should follow existing laws; in a growing number of cases that is not happening.
January 24, 2013 by FofFC
Filed under 2012 Rezoning, Addressing the "Northern Annexations" and Development Plans, Our Campaigns, Police, Fire and Rescue, Press and Media, Protecting Waterways, Roads, Schools, Spread the Word!, Water and Sewer
Gazette editorial published on Thursday, January 24, 2013
November 13, 2012 by FofFC
Filed under 2012 Rezoning, Municipal Growth, Our Campaigns, Police, Fire and Rescue, Protecting Waterways, Public Health, Reading Material, Roads, Schools, Share your Opinion on Policy, Water and Sewer
Handouts to the elite development set Originally published November 11, 2012
Frederick City resident, concerned by the debate and potential problems with wastewater treatment capacity in Frederick County, did his analysis of the DUSWM narrative and the FoFC report, and then sent this Narrative Analysis of the DUSWM Report to the Board of County Commissioners.
Inconsistencies and Problems with the Landsdale PUD Phase I (non-age restricted) proposal and the Developers Rights and Responsibilities Agreement
Take a look at the Landsdale PUD Phase I Deficiencies.