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City Targets ‘Four Corners’ Area

From the Strategic Planning minutes of the Lake City Development Corporation:

(Chairman Doug Cranston of the Parks & Recreation Board) shared that in the next few weeks, the Parks and Rec. Commission will launch a public input process for the 4 corner area (Northwest Boulevard & Government Way and north along Northwest Boulevard). Twenty plus stakeholder groups have been identified for this input process. Following the public input process, workshops will be scheduled over the summer to develop a planning process for the 4 corner area. An open house will be scheduled in late summer to report back to the stakeholders and public on what the Commission heard. The Parks and Rec Commission will then forward a recommendation to City council on next steps in the planning process, which would most likely include an overture to the LCDC for partnership funding assistance to engage a master planning team to develop a master plan for the 4 corner area. Minutes of LCDC strategic planning session here.

Question: What would you like to see happen to the “Four Corners” area?

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