City Of Bainbridge Seeks Public Input

Bainbridge, GA)  The City of Banbridge announces that it will hold two public meetings to seek public input for the preparation of a plan for Shotwell and Scott Streets improvements. The plan is intended to assist the city in identifying and planning potential improvements along both corridors inside the city. The purpose of the planning study is to encourage economic development and land uses that are complementary with an active, accessible, walkable community connected to the surrounding residential neighborhoods.
The public meetings will be held on the following dates:
1.     Thursday, April 27th at the Potter Street Community Center (601 Potter Street) from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm.
2.     Saturday, April 29th at the Gazebo in Willis Park (or if raining, the meeting will be at Bainbridge Council Chambers at 101 South Broad Street from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.
The city desires to engage the community prior to the development of improvement plans on either corridor and support economic growth that supports the surrounding neighborhoods by providing safe streets that support automobile, bicycle, and pedestrian use through enhanced attention to road and sidewalk design and crossings.
Each meeting will provide a short presentation by the city’s planning consultant, opportunities to ask questions, and a breakout group exercise to provide input regarding future land use development and street access and safety issues along and across both road corridors. Your opinion and input are important to help create a strong local plan for the city.
For more information about the planning process, please contact Steve O’Neil at the city of Bainbridge, or (229) 400-9303.

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