Help Establish Priorities for Broadview & Bitter Lake
Join the Broadview Community Council
– Priorities for Broadview & Bitterlake: Come share ideas with your neighbors to help establish the priorities for Broadview and Bitterlake; as we begin participation in District 5, we need to hear from you now. Sabrina Bolieu, District Director for District 5 City Council member Debora Juarez will be joining us.
– Re-zoning Linden Avenue N: Learn about the city’s plans to move ahead with legislation for rezoning Linden Avenue to be more of an urban village. Sr. City Planner David Goldberg will present.
Priorities for Broadview & Bitter Lake
What should our top Broadview priorities be? What are you most concerned about: housing, schools, streets and sidewalks, sewers, transit, more police, the environment? Or something else? This is your opportunity to work with the BCC board to have your voice and ideas heard. Come give input to priority setting as we create a roadmap to begin working with our newly re-structured city council on how we should prioritize scarce resources. We will do a brief primer on the City’s Neighborhood Plan for context, and build on that foundation.
Re-zoning Linden Avenue N.
And as part of the Broadview/Bitter Lake/Haller Lake Neighborhood Plan, the city is now ready to move forward with some zoning legislation to make the east side of Linden Ave. N more of an urban neighborhood with a mix of residences on the north end and neighborhood oriented businesses south of 135th. This is not the HALA legislation you have ready about. David Goldberg, who is a Sr. City Planner will be available starting at 6:30 with maps and answers to your questions. He has been involved with the plan for our area for several years, and will provide a brief overview of the plans for Linden, and take your questions and comments.
Broadview Community Council
Tuesday, March 15
Doors open at 6:30 pm: Meet and Greet
Meeting starts at 7 pm to 8:30 pm
Luther Memorial Lutheran Church 13047 Greenwood Ave N.