Monday, March 21, 2011

Reminder: Crabapple meeting tonight at 7 p.m.


Public invited to view sketches, hear presentation, provide input

MILTON, Ga., March 21, 2011 - Tonight the City of Milton and Lew Oliver, Inc. Whole Town Solutions will hold a public meeting at 7 p.m. to discuss and plan for the future of Crabapple.

Residents are invited to attend and view ongoing design sketches -- samples of which are available here -- as well as provide input on the final product. This meeting will be held at Milton's City Hall, 13000 Deerfield Parkway Suite 107 (click here for directions).

Please note that all sketches are preliminary ideas and are simply part of the design process. They may not reflect final Crabapple Crossroads planning concepts.

For those who cannot make tonight's meeting, please keep in mind non-structured design open houses will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at City Hall weekdays through Tuesday, March 29. The public is invited to stop by and talk during these times. Comment cards will also be available for written input.

There are also two progress meetings Tuesday, March 22 and Friday, March 25 at 4 p.m. at Milton City Hall. These meetings will include drawings and presentations on how the planning is evolving based on the input from the previous meetings.

If you would like to provide comment on Crabapple's future and are not able to attend any of these meetings or open houses, please e-mail the City of Milton at the e-mail address created for this process,

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

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Maybe the BOE should attend this meeting, someone from planning perhaps, so they can see what Milton has planned for the Crabapple area and intersection, before they send Roswell kids on down through there to get to MHS. That's called planning ahead.