Residents Still Skeptical About Johnson Property Annexation Plan (VIDEOS)
Dozens of Montgomery County residents attended a workshop at Quince Orchard High School held by the Johnson Family about the annexation plan for the 14 acre parcel known as the Johnson Property.
Residents were divided into small groups to discuss three key topics with a team of consultants including proposed development, traffic and pedestrian safety, and school capacity.
MyMCMedia was not allowed to record the workshop on camera and caught up with property owner Russell Johnson and residents after the event.
Gaithersburg resident Carol Scott is not convinced that the workshop will result in any changes to the proposed plan.
For more information about the annexation or the community workshop, visit the Johnson Property website.
The City of Gaithersburg Mayor and Council held a public hearing on the Johnson Property Annexation on Monday night. Owner of the property Russell Johnson, along with attorney Stuart Barr from Lerch, Early & Brewer, Joshua Sloan, VIKA Maryland, LLC representative, and City of Gaithersburg Planning staffer Rob Robinson presented a scaled back plan. Johnson’s initial plan included […]
Good morning! Rain and thunderstorms are in the forecast today. Here are five things to know today, June 23rd, in Montgomery County: 1. The Montgomery County Planning Board will be meeting today and on the agenda; the Johnson Property Annexation Petition. You can watch the meeting live on the Planning Board’s website. 2. Metro General Manager […]
The Montgomery County Planning Board is scheduled to discuss the Johnson Property Annexation petition on Thursday. According to the agenda, the staff is recommending that the Board approve transmitting comments to the Montgomery County Council. The latest report from the Planning Board staff presents a revised version of the Johnson Property Annexation petition and focuses […]
Johnson Property owners have announced that they have submitted a petition for annexation and a revised sketch plan for a proposed development to the City of Gaithersburg for their property along Darnestown Road. “Overall, the revised sketch plan is based on the feedback and suggestions we received from residents during the community workshops and other meetings […]
The owners of the Johnson property have announced that they have revised the Sketch Plan for the development of their property along Darnestown Road. “I began to rethink the original proposal after hearing questions and concerns from residents at the October 2015 meeting, ” Russell Johnson wrote in an email to neighbors. “February’s community workshop […]
The Johnson Family is scheduled to unveil a new modified version of their proposed annexation plan tonight to residents at Quince Orchard High School. The meeting is a follow-up to a community workshop the family hosted back in February, where residents raised concerns about the development plan. Organizers sent the following in an email invitation […]
Russell Johnson, owner of the Johnson Property located just across the street from Quince Orchard High School held a community workshop Feb. 23rd at the school to discuss concerns about the annexation of the property by the city of Gaithersburg. MyMCMedia talked with Johnson and community members after the workshop. For more information about […]
Dozens of Montgomery County residents attended a workshop at Quince Orchard High School held by the Johnson Family about the annexation plan for the 14 acre parcel known as the Johnson Property. Residents were divided into small groups to discuss three key topics with a team of consultants including proposed development, traffic and pedestrian safety, and school capacity. […]
UPDATED Dozens of concerned residents attended a community workshop at the Quince Orchard High School cafeteria to discuss the proposed annexation of the Johnson property on Tuesday night. At the meeting, residents were divided into small groups to discuss three, key topics with a team of consultants: Proposed Development, Traffic and Pedestrian Safety, and Schools. The workshop was […]