After a long delay, the WMAL radio antenna towers on Greentree Rd in Bethesda, MD are scheduled for demolition later this week. The towers will be brought down in a controlled explosion no earlier than Wednesday November 4th. The original plan was to demolish them earlier this year, but they hadn't done all the needed conservation work on the site.
All the permits are posted at the entrance to the site. From left to right: Explosives permit, Demoliton permit, Sediment Control Permit, Right-of-way construction permit.
They have the notices posted at several entrances to the field so no one misses them.
The towers are being removed so that the Amalyn Bethesda project consisting of 309 single family houses and townhouses can be built in this area. In order to get planning board approval they also donated a portion of this field as a potential school site.
This project has been in progress for a number of years. I first posted about it more than 5 years ago, in July of 2015.