Two Events set for Wednesday, September 19th in the Pop-Up Headquarters!

On Wednesday, September 19th two events will be held at the New Pop-Up Space! (pictured below).

From 8:30 – 9:30am the South Division Business Breakfast Mixer will be held.  The intent of this event is to bring business owners together to network and share their concerns. It is also an opportunity for us to present our work to date regarding the Corridor Plan and encourage their participation going forward. Our Ambassadors have been visiting businesses to notify them of the event and have received a lot of interest, so we hope this will be a well-attended event. Steering Committee Members are encouraged to join. A link to the full flyer can be found HERE

From 6:00 – 8:30pm an Open House for the Pop-Up Headquarters will be held. Community Ambassadors and the Consultant Team will be on hand to lead people through the visual displays of the process and work to date, receive feedback, and answer questions. Steering Committee Members are encouraged to join. Food is being provided for attendees from Jamaica Dave’s (Chicken Curry and Jerk Chicken with rice) and El Globo (Tacos and Chips/Salsa).  A link to the full flyer can be found HERE 

Pictures of the Pop-Up Space:

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BONUS: Take a look at the resident feedback from Community Meeting #1

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South Division Corridor Plan Kickoff a Success

The Public Launch Event was held on May, 20th 2018 as a neighborhood celebration meant to gather the community for an afternoon of fellowship while providing an introduction and invitation to the upcoming Plan process. Interactive elements of the event featured voting on a Plan logo, and ideas for potential early action projects. The key goal of the meeting was to kick off the project with energy, enthusiasm and openness and to get residents excited about being part of the process.  Organizers and attendees felt the event was a major success and were excited for the future of the project.

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