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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Milton scheduled the planning process for the Crabapple section of the city.

Courtesy The Examiner.com

Residents of Milton, the schedule for the Crabapple section of town was announced this week. It includes an open comment session on mutiple days and times. And all the meetings will be held at Milton City Hall at 13000 Dererfield Parkway in suite 107.

The city welcomes any input and/or comments on Crabapple's future plans.

Design open houses
Non-structured design open houses will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting Thursday, Mar. 17 and through Tuesday, Mar. 29. The public is invited to stop by and talk during these times. Comment cards will also be available for written input.

Please note: These open houses are the first step. They lead into the meetings on scheduled on Mar. 21, 22 and 25 listed below.

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This meeting will be held on Monday, Mar. 21 at 7 p.m. following the regularly scheduled City Council meeting. Prior to the meeting, design sketches will be posted at the City of Milton's Web site, www.cityofmiltonga.us, on the home page and linked from the day's calendar event.

Progress meetings

There are also two progress meetings scheduled for Tuesday, Mar. 22, and Friday, Mar. 25, at 4 p.m. city hall. These meetings will include drawings and presentations on how the planning evolves based on input from previous meetings.

This process, presented by Lew Oliver, Inc. Whole Town Solutions, is aimed at updating and retooling the existing Crabapple Crossroads Master Plan to more accurately reflect the economic, transportation and growth realities of the area.

For more information on any of these meetings or open houses, please contact city planner Michele McIntosh-Ross at (678) 242-2538 or e-mail michele.mcintosh@cityofmiltonga.us.
For residents who are unable to attend the meetings, your input can be given through the e-mail address set up for the planning process at crabapple@cityofmiltonga.us.

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