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East Hills public input session hosts first draft review

East Hills Council of neighbors will meet and review research at ICCF next Monday, reviewing a draft plan presented by Lott3Metz Architecture.

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Public input develops East Hills strategy

A strategy for our streets, sidewalks, bike lanes, bus stops, parks, green spaces and urban forest.

East Hills residents are encouraged to attend a public input session at the Inner City Christian Federation (ICCF) on September 16 at 6:30 p.m.

This meeting will be the summation of two previous sessions.

The first meeting focused on greenspace, particularly potential developments for Cherry and Congress parks. The second was centered on city streets and raised the question of how to implement a pedestrian-dominant neighborhood.

Monday evening's topic will be a presentation by Lott3Metz Architecture. The draft plan combines research and community input. Neighbors will have the opportunity to make final suggestions as the plan continues to develop.

Learn about what's happening in your neighborhood, share your opinion and contribute to the discussion.

When: September 16 at 6:30 p.m.

Where: ICCF, 920 Cherry in the 2nd floor Assembly Hall


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