Public meeting Jan. 29 to discuss downtown revitalization and redevelopment
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[January 14, 2013]
There will be a public
informational meeting on Jan. 29, from 5 to 6:30 p.m., in the Pegram
Room of the Lincoln Public Library. The meeting will be an open
house format, with a short presentation to be given at 5:30 p.m.
The purpose of the public meeting is to present the preliminary
Downtown Redevelopment Plan to residents, local business owners and
community leaders. The plan focuses on the downtown business
environment, including a land-use plan, and an economic development
and business plan.
All residents are encouraged to attend this
public informational meeting.
The planning team is also in the process of developing a Downtown
Revitalization Plan which makes recommendations on specific physical
improvements to downtown Lincoln, including streetscape
improvements, a conceptual plan for the public parks and courthouse
square, parking and traffic plans, historical fašade improvements,
and a historical preservation plan.
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Information about the Downtown Revitalization Plan will presented at
a second public informational meeting at a later date. An
announcement regarding the second informational meeting will be
provided in the local news media and on the project website:
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