WHEN: Saturday, June 13th, from 10 -11:30 a.m. (registration and coffee starting at 9:30)
WHERE: Room 200, Mary Graydon Hall, on the campus of American University
WHY: In November 2013, graduate students from Catholic University’s City and Regional Planning program, under the leadership of Director Hazel Edwards, assisted Ward3Vision and the Tenleytown neighborhood in “visioning” exercise to identify problems, discover opportunities, and imagine how the area might grow and evolve.
Now it’s time to review those findings, summarize the feedback from the neighborhood participants, and outline the next steps toward making Tenleytown a model of livable, walkable and sustainable development.
HOW: Ward3Vision needs your input. Join your neighbors for a couple hours and share your thoughts about how to improve the center of our neighborhood. Metro creates special opportunities and challenges for our neighborhood, and we need to be able to tell developers, city planners, the educational institutions, and the traffic engineers what we, as the residents, want for Tenleytown’s future.
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