Monday, August 23, 2010

Final master plan learning forum this Thursday

The final in a series of three learning forums being held as part of the development of Plan Cincinnati, the City's new comprehensive master plan, will be held Thursday from 7 p.m.-9 p.m. at the Cincinnati Public Schools Education Center auditorium, in Corryville.

Thursday's forum will focus on regional plans Agenda 360, Community COMPASS, and the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments' 2030 Transportation Plan and Strategic Policy Plan. Specific attention will be paid to each plan's relevance to Plan Cincinnati's 12 core elements.

The forum is open to the public.

Beginning September 20, a second round of working groups for each plan element begins with a meeting of the Health, Environment and Open Space group.

All working groups meet in the J. Martin Griesel Room on the seventh floor of Two Centennial Plaza, , Downtown.

A full schedule of working group meetings and information on how you can take part is available on the Plan Cincinnati website.

Scheduled for a spring/summer 2011 vote by City Council, the completed comprehensive master plan will be the City's first master plan since the Coordinated City Plan of 1980.

Disclosure: Kevin LeMaster is a member of Plan Cincinnati's Urban Design working group.

Previous reading on BC:
Cincinnati master plan forum to examine local planning efforts (8/2/10)
Working group summaries for new comprehensive plan coming online (7/5/10)
Working groups forming for new Cincinnati plan (4/15/10)
Cincinnati plan moves into next phase with 'Great City' survey (11/10/09)
Second public meeting on Cincinnati master plan tonight (10/5/09)



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