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REVITALIZATION PRESENTATION

On Aug 1st, the first Public Meeting took place at the school to inform the community on what activity was going on as a result of the Revitalization Committee activity and a NYS Grant aimed at seeing what could be done in the community.  Chazen Companies is a consulting firm pursuing the grant implementation.

 

The note below was one sent to the Public Meeting attendees and covers a part of the presentation made.  A part of that meeting was a round table discussion with the attendees on their thoughts and recommendations.  That summary is now being put together and will become a basis of the next Public Meeting.

 

Bob Camoin

  

Dear Public Workshop Participants:

 

The Community Revitalization Plan Committee wants to thank everyone for attending and participating in the public workshop. Below is a link to the presentation for your review and further input.

Adobe PDF Version: https://chazen.filetransfers.net/downloadFilePublic.php?filePassId=d6a1a907e7616b53bd3518e8a52cb4f5

In order to stay up-to-date on the planning process and/or share your thoughts and ideas on how we can improve the Speculator Lake Pleasant community please visit the project website at http://slphamletplan.com/.

 

Please feel free to forward this message to anyone that you feel would like to participate.

 

Sincerely,

Paul Cummings

 

Paul W. Cummings, AICP, LEED AP

Planner

The Chazen Companies

100 Glen Street

Glens Falls, NY 12801

Phone: (518) 824-1930

Cell: (518) 222-2289

Fax: (518) 812-2205

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