To date, the Westwood Coalition has received notice of endorsement of its recommendations regarding the historic business district from Westwood Works, Westwood Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation, and Westwood Civic Association. Comments received from individuals via the website and email have been overwhelmingly positive. The Coalition awaits word of one more organization’s response and then it will report its next steps and plans for more community engagement. We hope you’ve had a chance to read the report and recommendations posted three weeks ago. See the previous post. Also, there is a lot of background reading on the form-based code under Further Reading. We welcome your comments.
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Library Display: What is the Potential for the Westwood Business District?
Don’t worry if you missed the meeting on July 27. We have the official display at the Westwood branch library. Come in and fill out a survey and we will be sure it is forwarded to the City to incorporate into our data. It’s not too late to make your voice heard! You can also click here for our Westwood Survey. After completing it, please drop it off at the library or scan and email it to email@example.com.
Westwood Community Meeting, July 27, 2013
Come to a community meeting on Saturday, July 27, 2013
9:00 am – 12:00 noon
Westwood United Methodist Church (3460 Epworth Avenue)
Sponsored by the Westwood Coalition for the Revitalization of the Business District
We will discuss the future of the business district on Harrison Ave. from Kling to the Cheviot line. Together we can improve our neighborhood!
- Learn about the research done so far.
- Hear some ideas, including the possibility of a “town square”.
- Give us your input and ideas.
The Coalition is composed of representatives from Westwood Civic Association, WestCURC, Westwood Works, Westwood Historical Society, business owners, and residents. Our goal is to gather community input on how best to improve pedestrian traffic, safety, and business opportunity in Westwood’s historic business district. A thriving business district will help to transform and stimulate Westwood while retaining the special character of Westwood.
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