Monday night's public kick-off brought together stakeholder input and important discussions, thanks to approximately 250 people in attendance as well as representatives of
. The kick-off featured a presentation, activities to provide input, and opportunities to speak with the project team. Click
to view a video of the presentation.
Attendees participated in activities focused on preservation and change in the community, and their i
nput is currently being compiled and analyzed.
Those who couldn't attend the kick-off are invited to complete a
that will be open until noon on Wednesday, November 1. Survey and in-person activity analyses will be shared in next week's CMP update e-blast.
Thank you for reading this message to stay informed about this important project. We will continue to provide updates each week and look forward to receiving more of your input during the public charrette scheduled for the weeks of November 27 and December 4.