Comments wanted on Midtown Greenway land use
The City of Minneapolis is seeking comments from residents and interested stakeholders about land use along the Midtown Greenway. Two plans are open for public review through Dec. 15, 2006. All comments will be included as part of the public testimonies during the official public hearings. The public hearings are tentatively scheduled for 4:30pm on Monday, Dec. 18, 2006 in City Hall room 317 during the City Planning Commission meeting.
Midtown Greenway Land Use and Development Plan
The purpose of the Midtown Greenway Land Use and Development Plan is to provide the City with a clear policy direction for land use and development along the Midtown Greenway, the former railway corridor, running along 29 th Street from Lake Calhoun in the west to the Mississippi River in the east. Interested stakeholders can send comments to Beth Elliott, Principal Planner, City of Minneapolis, (612) 673-2442, firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, visit: Midtown Greenway Land Use and Development Plan.
Seward and Longfellow Greenway Area Land Use Plan
The purpose of the Seward and Longfellow Greenway Area Land Use and Pre-Development Study is to suggest policy direction for land use and development along Phase 3 of the Midtown Greenway. This study evaluates the long-term viability and appropriateness of existing land uses along the corridor, includes a land use plan for future uses, and explores particular development concepts for selected opportunity sites. Interested stakeholders can send comments to: Michael Larson, AICP, Principal Planner, (612) 673-2423, email@example.com.
November 15, 2006
Published Nov. 15, 2006