I recently filled out the INDY Candidate Questionnaire and I wanted to go ahead and start sharing my answers. When they asked what I would do to build a just community in the Triangle, this is how I responded:
The purpose of the Rosemary Imagined: First Community Review Meeting is to review the two draft concepts for Rosemary Street. These concepts are being drafted by the consulting team from KlingStubbins, a planning firm located in Raleigh, based upon the community input and feedback received during the Rosemary Imagined meetings held in the summer and fall of 2013.
Two drop-in meetings will be held on April 10 and will be at the following times:
- 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., with a brief overview presentation at 12:15 p.m.
- 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., with a brief overview presentation at 6:45 p.m.
Both meetings will be held in the Sky Lounge at Greenbridge, 601 Rosemary Street, Chapel Hill, NC 27516. The format of these two meetings will be identical; the purpose of holding two meetings is to provide multiple opportunities for participants to attend and provide their input.
During the meeting, we will gather community comment about the two draft concepts. The concepts will then be revised to develop one draft concept. A Second Community Review meeting will be held in late May or early June to receive community feedback about the revised draft concept.
Rosemary Imagined is an innovative community-led planning initiative that will refine our thinking of how Rosemary Street fits into the development and growth of downtown Chapel Hill. This goal of this effort is to develop a vision for the future of the Rosemary Street corridor that emphasizes the Town’s focus on connections, choices, and community.
For more information about the Rosemary Imagined process, visit http://rosemaryimaginedblog.com/
For questions, contact Megan Wooley, housing and neighborhood services planner for the Town of Chapel Hill, and Meg McGurk, executive director for the Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership at email@example.com. Megan can also be reached at 919-969-5059, and Meg can be reached at 919-967-9440.
Thursday, April 10, 2014 -
11:30am to 1:00pm
Sky Lounge at Greenbridge, 601 Rosemary Street, Chapel Hill
This meeting will be an opportunity to learn more about the current outlook for improving pedestrian safety and comfort on S. Greensboro St., including the construction of a sidewalk. Community members are invited to learn about the cost, funding, design opportunities and challenges, and benefits; discuss the project with Town staff, and provide comments.
- 7:00pm - Informal drop-in session
- 7:30pm - Presentation and Q&A
- 8:00pm - Informal discussions
- 9:00pm - Adjourn
To RSVP, provide a comment via phone or email, or ask for more information, contact Jeff Brubaker, Carrboro transportation planner, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-918-7329.
Wednesday, March 19, 2014 -
7:00pm to 9:00pm
Carrboro Town Hall, Room 110
Orange county commissioner candidates forum hosted by orange Chatham sierra club Wed 3/26/14 7pm-9pm Carrboro Town Hall Hope to see ya there. Gary Kahn
Orange County Justice United, the United Voices of Efland, and Orange County Habitat for Humanity are holding the following, very timely, event:
The Reconnecting Communities Team of Justice United will hold a disaster and recovery planning event in Efland on March 29. Join community leaders from Efland, and supporters from Carrboro and Chapel Hill, at the Efland Cheeks Community Center (117 Richmond Rd, Efland) on Saturday, March 29, from 1:00 - 2:30 pm.
Hosted by Justice United, the United Voices of Efland, and Orange County Habitat for Humanity, this event will kick off a series of community led initiatives to bring together local churches, businesses, and residents in developing a disaster plan for the area.
More information is available here: Press Release, Poster.
Saturday, March 29, 2014 -
1:00pm to 2:30pm
Efland Cheeks Community Center (117 Richmond Rd, Efland)
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