THERE ARE IMPORTANT TOPICS AT THE
JULY COMMUNITY MEETING!
Tuesday, 2 July 2013, 6:45 pm
John Eager Howard Recreation Center, 2100 Brookfield Avenue
Dinner provided free by John Eager Howard Recreation Center
(Vegetarian Cold Pasta, Turkey Goulash, Lemonade)
Also the Bike Smoothie Maker is Reappearing for the Season!
Dinner & Bike Smoothies start at 6:45 pm
($1 donation for smoothies requested – funds support JEH School Garden)
PROGRAM STARTS AT 7:00 PM
Central District Police Update on Public Safety Issues
Senior Central District Police personnel and 7th District City Councilman Nick Mosby will discuss with the community a range of public safety issues in Reservoir Hill, the strategy being used by Central District to address the issues, and how residents can help.
City Council President Jack Young Joins Us
City Council President, Jack Young, will discuss efforts at securing increased numbers of jobs for city residents, and recent legislation aimed at accomplishing that goal. The City Council President will also discuss other priorities he has for the city.
Re-Visioning Druid Park Lake Drive
Eighty residents met to pool ideas and discuss what we as a community want to see
built on the vacant lots on Druid Park Lake Drive. Since then the Department of Planning has produced a draft summary of the workshop, and Housing & Development Team members have been exploring issues in developing a plan. The draft summary of the public session on redevelopment of the vacant lots on Druid Park Lake Drive in Reservoir Hill is available on the RHIC website. Click Here!
At the Community Meeting we will discuss the Planning Department’s draft summary of the last meeting, and options that are emerging for the site.
We need everyone’s input to ensure that any final plan reflects community opinion.
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Do you have a topic you would like to see addressed at a monthly Community Meeting?
If you have any questions or would like to suggest a topic for a Community Meeting, please call the RHIC office at (410) 225-7547, or write to Rick Gwynallen at firstname.lastname@example.org