Presentation on theme: "Neighborhood Planning Meeting – BOULEVARD PARK Bethlehem Lutheran Church 388 E. Midlothian Blvd. Thursday, August 7th, 2008 7 – 8:30 p.m."— Presentation transcript:
Neighborhood Planning Meeting – BOULEVARD PARK Bethlehem Lutheran Church 388 E. Midlothian Blvd. Thursday, August 7th, 2008 7 – 8:30 p.m.
AGENDA 1.What is a Neighborhood Plan? –Future ideas –Todays issues –Youngstown 2010 Vision 2.Continued Commitment to Public Participation 3.Neighborhood Boundaries & Name 4.Neighborhood Planning –Assets & Issues 5.Next Steps
Defining Youngstowns role in the new regional economy Youngstown must align itself with the realities of the new regional economy A call to action An achievable and practical action-oriented plan to make things happen Improving Youngstowns image & enhancing quality of life Making Youngstown a healthier and better place to live and work Accepting that we are a smaller city Youngstown should strive to be a model of a sustainable mid-sized city Youngstown 2010 Vision
Trash cans on each street? 1.Agree, 6 per street 2.Agree, more cans 3.Agree, less cans 4.Disagree, no cans 5.Not Sure
Tree Assessment A. Median Conditions B. Tree Lawn Conditions
Median Conditions Mature trees Stumps Bare spots Inconsistency of plantings
Improved plant selection Hardier more disease-resistant plant cultivars Enhance median ends Improve lighting Create a plan for each median Proposal Created by Stephen Paris, resident of Boulevard Park Median Proposal
Next Steps Collect Response Cards Another Neighborhood Meeting Soon –Review new designs & draft plan Approve Neighborhood Plan via Planning Commission & City Council
Contact Information Youngstown Planning Department City Hall Annex 9 West Front Street, 3rd Floor Youngstown, OH 44503 330-742-8842 (f) 330-742-8997 firstname.lastname@example.org www.youngstown2010.com/neighborhooods
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