Opportunity to give input on planning for Lyn-Lake area
WHAT: The City of Minneapolis, along with Lyn-Lake area neighborhoods and businesses, is continuing work on a small area plan to guide future development in the Lyn-Lake area.
The public is invited to attend the second in a series of community meetings that will inform the planning process. The meeting will provide opportunities to hear what people have said about their visions for future of Lyn-Lake, learn about recent real estate market forces, and give input on existing conditions and future land use issues.
WHEN: September 15, 2008, 7 to 9PM
WHERE: Redeemer Health & Rehab Center, 625 31 st Street West
MORE: A small area plan is a document that is developed for a clearly defined geographic area that outlines a long-range vision for land use and development. A small area plan shares the goals, policies and implementation steps in the City’s comprehensive plan while providing a finer level of detail.
The plan examines the current conditions of the area, develops a future vision of what residents, business owners, and other stakeholders want an area to become and then formulates specific goals, objectives, and policies that will help implement that vision. The Lyn-Lake Small Area Plan will be based on input received through a series of public meetings. All meeting notices and summaries will be posted on the site below along with all study documents.
The meeting site is wheelchair accessible; if you need other disability related accommodations, such as a sign language interpreter or materials in alternative format, please contact Krista Bergert at 612 673 5015.
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Contact: Krista Bergert, Communications, CPED, (612) 673-5015
Published Sep. 11, 2008