Until mid-June, the Middletown Planning & Zoning Commission is hosting a series of public forums to share ideas about Middletown’s future land use and conservation, all at Russell Library.
The SECOND of 4 public input sessions will be held this Thursday:
April 16, 6:30-8 pm
in the Hubbard Room of the Russell Library.
The special focus of the April 16 session will be on land conservation (open space) and local farming. After a brief presentation of the draft plan for conservation and a sampling of ways land can be conserved, the floor will open up to the public for comments.
Discussion will take place about:
What do we want to protect in Middletown?
What role can land conservation play in the city’s economic development?
Do we want to increase local agriculture? How can we support this?
Following this discussion, there will be an “Open Mike” Session for any comments about any other aspects relating to the Plan of Conservation & Development.
ALL ARE WELCOME!
The next two Public Input Sessions will be held May 21, June 17, 2009 at 6:30 to 8 pm also at the Russell Library.
Notes from each session will be posted electronically at the following:
Middletownplanning.com and also on the Middletown Eye
Interested residents or questions? Contact P&Z Comm’r Catherine Johnson 343-1611.