Morning Brief: Give your input as we plan Wertman Neighborhood Park

The following is a public announcement from the City of Longmont and is published by the Longmont Observer as a public service.

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A series of public meetings have been scheduled to solicit public input and develop a master plan for the Wertman Neighborhood Park (south of Quail Road, east of Main Street). Your ideas and input are encouraged. Please attend all meetings for the best results! The following dates have been set:
  • Meeting #1 Visioning your park: Wednesday, Jan 16; 6 pm — 7 pm
  • Meeting #2 Concept plan presentation and discussion: Wednesday, Feb 13; 6 pm — 7:30 pm
  • Meeting #3 Draft Master Plan presentation and comments: Wednesday, March 6; 6 pm — 7:30 pm

All meetings will be held in Burlington Elementary School – 1051 S. Pratt Parkway.

Parks & Recreation Advisory Board and City Council presentations will be scheduled following the last meeting. Details to be announced later.

Questions?

Learn more about Wertman Neighborhood Park and how it fits into the City’s overall park system through the Parks, Recreation & Trails Master Plan (Ch.3, pgs. 3 – 9) >

Contact Steve Ransweiler


Una serie de reuniones públicas se han programado para solicitar la opinión del público para desarrollar un plan maestro para el parque del Barrio del Wertman. Se les anima a que nos den sus ideas y opiniones. ¡Asista por favor a todas las juntas para tener mejores resultados! Se han programado las fechas siguientes:

  • Junta #1 Visionar su parque: Miércoles, 16 de Enero; 6 pm — 7 pm
  • Junta #2 Presentacion y Comentarios del plan del Concepto: Miércoles, 13 de Febrero; 6 pm — 7:30 pm
  • Junta #3 Presentacion y Comentarios Del Plan Maestro: Miércoles, 6 de Marzo; 6 pm — 7:30 pm

Todas de las juntas en la escuela primaria Burlington – 1051 S. Pratt Parkway.

La presentación de Parques y Recreación de la Mesa Directiva y el Consejo de la Cjudad se programara despues de la ultima junta. Detalles se anunciarán más adelante.

¿Preguntas?

Comuniquese con Steve Ransweiler


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