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Tuesday 11/10/09, 6PM - EWEB Riverfront Master Plan Meeting

PostPosted: Tue Nov 10, 2009 1:22 pm
by Kevin
Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Tuesday evening is one of the major public meetings in the EWEB Riverfront Master Plan process:

Tuesday, 10 November 2009
6pm to 8:30pm
EWEB North Building (EWEB Traing Rooms)
500 East 4th Avenue

The summary meeting agenda is copied below in text.

If you want input on Millrace daylighting, amount of public open space, river edge setback, riparian restoration - roads along the river - etc. this is an important meeting to share your voice!

In the Riverfront Master Plan, what should the balance be between making a great public space, on one hand, creating new urban development on another hand, and generating real estate money to help EWEB pay for the Roosevelt Operations Center, on yet another?

Second Tuesday meetings conflict with several neighborhood association board meetings. So if you _can_ come to the EWEB Riverfront, please do!

with best wishes,

Kevin Matthews
Friends of Eugene


PS: You can also share information related to the EWEB Riverfront Master Plan in the community wiki:
http://www.eugeneneighbors.org/wiki/EWE ... r_Planning

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We are looking forward to seeing you this Tuesday night from 6-8:30 p.m. at the EWEB North Building, 500 East 4th Avenue. The meeting agenda includes:

Welcome

Background and Design Options Presentation

Small Groups
• Which of these options would best create "an active, vibrant people place" and deliver on Eugene's reputation as a sustainable city to live in?
• What do you like about each of the options?
• What are your concerns?
Full Group Discussions
• Open Space, Public Access and the River Edge
• Urbanism, Street Types and Concentrations of Activity
Conclusion and Next Steps

The design team is looking forward to sharing the preliminary work and to a thoughtful discussion about the future of Eugene's downtown riverfront.

Kind regards,
Kaarin Knudson
Project Manager, Rowell Brokaw Architects
kaarin@rowellbrokaw.com