West Boardman Lake Input Process Plan Released
Public Notices for West Boardman Lake District
a.k.a. the Boardman Lake Ave.
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This February 23rd meeting will be the first meeting to revisit the merits and drawbacks of the proposed Boardman Lake Avenue. Basically, much of what’s been discussed on this blog already in some truly enjoyable community discussion (scroll down for discussion). The other issues, recreation and redevelopment/infill are also on the agenda as the push to make this more than a road discussion is clear. That’s a welcome change, but it’s still noticeable to note how the road is downplayed despite that being the driving force behind the effort.
The above graphic gives a brief overview and is far from a comprehensive list of the issues. It also includes some questionable phrasing: access is limited? Really? I was there yesterday and there were families playing, dogs running and many people walking/biking to and from the library. Seems accessible to me…It’s just not designed.
Along with the invite (sent out to Old Town residents, as if they are the only ones impacted), there is also a West Boardman Lake Input Process Plan that was distributed. I’ve uploaded it to Scribd and embedded it here. I haven’t had time to read through it, so I will reserve comment. I invite you to add your comments here…
Get Involved, mark your calendar:
February 23rd. • 7pm • Government Center Cafeteria