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Michael Narcowich

Principal Community Planner

Montgomery County Community College

HQ Phone:  (215) 641-6300

Direct Phone: (610) ***-****direct phone

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Montgomery County Community College

340 DeKalb Pike

Blue Bell, Pennsylvania,19422

United States

Company Description

Montgomery County is a pioneer in the establishment of the office of Court Administrator. he duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to: 1.Implementation of policies set by the state court administrator 2.Preparation of reports for the Pres...more

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planning: MCPC Staff List

planning.montcopa.org [cached]

Michael Narcowich


www.thereporteronline.com

Montgomery County Planning Commission liaison Mike Narcowich said that agency is still reviewing the proposed zoning change, and warned the commission to proceed with caution in expanding the overlay beyond that block.
Youd really have to analyze each and every block carefully, he said, suggesting what he termed a transect approach with height limits decreasing from the 85 feet allowed in the overlay, and slowly stepping down for properties farther from Main Street.


www.uppermoreland.org

Mike Narcowich of the Montgomery County Planning Commission was in attendance this evening to talk about the Riparian Corridor Conservation District.
A draft copy was provided, in the Commissioners books, for their consideration. Mr. Narcowich stated this was reviewed and approved by the APA which will be discussed along with the basis for the Ordinance. One thing the county recommends was pointed out by Mike Narcowich as guidance is when a driver is passing the sign they are not to see more than one message transition. After that it is considered more distracting. He asks they take that into consideration. Commissioner Spearing believes that is an issue. "We cannot abide by that because we have gridlock and people are parked in front of these signs and will see the whole sign board". Mr. Narcowich explained how that could work. Commissioner Lavalle asked if Mr. Narcowich had any data that is considered natural traffic flow and affects the repetition of the change of these messages of the signs. It was Mr. Narcowich's recommendation that if there are small frontages perhaps they could only permit the digital signs when they are parallel to the street, in the window, and more geared In answer to the Commissioner's request Mr. Narcowich stated that they have begun to process those responses and there are many more to do and analyze. He spoke briefly about the survey. Another tool for information that Mr. Narcowich added was the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/UpperMorelandCompPlan.


www.uppermoreland.org

Presentation on Riparian Corridor Conservation District {Mike Narcowich, Montgomery County Planning Commission} (attachment)


www.thereporteronline.com

Montgomery County Planning Commission liaison Mike Narcowich asked if the developers have looked at the shadow impact of the building on the nearby neighborhood, and Rosen and Ziegler showed a three-dimensional model of the building able to model shadows during different seasons and times of day.


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