The Montgomery County Council will discuss proposed zoning amendments for Kensington and Takoma Park at a work session this morning, scheduled for 10:15 a.m. in the .
The meeting will air on County Cable Montgomery, and can also be streamed from the county's website.
Today's discussion follows a long back and forth between municipalities, the Planning Board and the Planning, Housing and Economic Development Committee.
In July, the Planning Board proposed a zoning amendment for Montgomery's municipalities that included a list of public amenities required in commercial-residential zones. The PHED Committee at a meeting later that month, saying their inclusion would overburden development.
Representatives of Kensington and Takoma Park have in the past expressed support for the Planning Board's initial zoning recommendation, and Kensington Town Council Member Mackie Barch said the two municipalities are considering drafting a joint letter to the County Council.
Earlier this month, the Kensington Town Council in support of the Planning Board's initial zoning amendment.
In today's session, the County Council will discuss a new version of the zoning text that follows the PHED's most recent recommendations. The work session does not allow time for public comment or testimony.