Community input helps revitalize ideas for the DL&W terminal

Savarino Companies is actively collecting community feedback as they continue phase one of their redevelopment plan for the second floor for the DL&W Terminal.

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Two years after the NFTA awarded Savarino Companies pre-development rights to redevelop the second floor of the DL&W terminal along Buffalo’s waterfront, owner Sam Savarino had a vision – to bring life back to this historic landmark. 

It’s a vision that his team,

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Pamplin Media Group – City seeks input on Molalla Forest Road plan

Information and feedback can be left on special website regarding the Traverso section of the trail

The City of Canby is using an online open house to share a draft development plan for trail concepts along the Traverso section of Molalla Forest Road.

Those interested in more information and offering their opinions on the draft plan can do both at Responses to the plan are due by March 26.

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How can we help? Three cities in Muskegon County seek input from struggling residents

MUSKEGON COUNTY, MI – Three cities in Muskegon County want to know how they can best help residents with low incomes.

For example, is transportation a big need? How about assistance with home repairs, youth activities, legal services or employment?

An online survey allows citizens of Muskegon, Muskegon Heights and Norton Shores to provide input on how an estimated $1.5 million in annual federal funding is spent in their communities.

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Agency seeks public input on updated Stillhouse lake plan | News

BELTON — Chalk Ridge Falls, with its crystal-clear creeks, scenic waterfall and rocky cliffs, is a popular Bell County spot for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts.

The Stillhouse Hollow Lake park is managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which is updating its comprehensive land and recreational management master plan for the area. The plan, last updated in the 1970s, will guide the agency for the next 25 years, officials

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Residents get peek at input on Joplin park projects | Local News

Updates for Ewert Park, safety needs in parks, and trails with added connectivity were the ideas that attracted the most support of Joplin residents in a study that has been conducted toward development of a 10-year master plan for the city park system.

“We have more projects than we can fund,” Paul Bloomberg, Joplin’s parks and recreation director, said at a Wednesday night meeting at which residents were able to

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Village of Ruidoso asking for resident input on Grindstone Lake

RUIDOSO, N.M. (KRQE) – The Village of Ruidoso wants to increase the recreational opportunities in what’s become a very popular area, Grindstone Canyon. The Village wants to hear from you about how to improve the canyon and the lake.

“We’re looking for input from the community, it’s not the direction of the village, it’s the direction of the community,” said Rodney Griego, the Parks and Recreation Director for Ruidoso.


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Helena releases list of proposed open lands projects, seeks public input

Helena leaders are asking for public input, after they released a list of major projects they’re considering on city parks and open lands next year.

The city will hold an online open house Thursday, Nov. 19, at 5:30 p.m., to present information about the proposed projects and their impacts.

“We want to share our final list and our rationale for why we have that list and what projects we’re proposing

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Ontwa Township seeks input on parks plan – Leader Publications

ONTWA TOWNSHIP — Area residents still have time to make their voices heard regarding the future of Ontwa Township parks.

Ontwa Township is currently seeking input on its five-year parks plan. A five-year plan allows the township to assess the parks’ current conditions and plan for the community’s future recreational needs. Additionally, the plan will enable the township to apply for grants and receive funding for various park, recreation and

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Local agencies seeking public input on long-term Fox River management in McHenry County

A new stretch of the Fox River in McHenry County is being analyzed by local government agencies preparing a plan for the long-term future management of the waterway, and community members can weigh in on what it should entail through an online survey.

McHenry County, the city of McHenry and the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning are seeking public input on the Fox River Corridor Plan, which will focus on … Read More

Proposed Staunton Greenway plan needs citizen input. Here’s how.

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Gypsy Hill Park in Staunton. (Photo: Monique Calello/The News Leader)

STAUNTON – Do you want more recreation routes for walking or cycling in Staunton? Here’s your chance to have your voice heard. 

The Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee wants the community to share their input on a greenway plan in Staunton through an online survey. The committee has proposed four greenway routes in the city. 

The survey

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Town looks for resident input on parks, facilities | Manchester

MANCHESTER — Town officials say that the Parks and Facilities Master Plan is moving forward, and residents can voice their opinion about what they want to see in the town spaces over the coming months.

Director of the Department of Recreation, Family, and Leisure, Chris Silver announced Tuesday that the new master plan is a collaboration with BerryDunn, a consulting company based in Portland, Maine.

The master plan will outline

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Avondale residents asked to give input on planned Innovation Greenway

CINCINNATI — While plans and construction are moving forward in the research and tech-focused Uptown Innovation Corridor in Avondale, there are also plans to make sure there is space for gatherings, walks and biking.

“We knew that to truly distinguish this Innovation Corridor from those across the country, we really needed a unique place making feature and a place to gather,” said Beth Robinson, president and CEO of the Uptown

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Cass County Parks Department seeks input on parks plan – Leader Publications

CASSOPOLIS — Cass County Parks Director Scott Wyman has a vision for the future of Cass County Parks.

“We want to enhance the experience at our parks,” he said. “We really want to give these parks the facelift they deserve.”

Now, he wants to bring the public’s input into that vision.

The Cass County Parks and Recreation Department is currently working to update its parks and recreation plan and its

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