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March 3rd, 2010 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Rezoning near Fred Meyer?
Evan Bourquard of the Greater Greenwood Design & Development Advisory Group has responded to Town Center rezone concerns with the following update, and will discuss at the next GCC.
Greenwood Upzoning near Fred Meyer?
Next Meeting:
The next GCC meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, March 16th in the Greenwood library meeting room, from 7:00pm-8:30pm. The agenda includes: updates on the status of the Neighborhood Park Acquisition; elections for board members; and Greater Greenwood Design & Development Advisory Group presentation on the upzoning risks.

Board Positions:
We have Board positions for interested community members available including: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer. and the following standing committee positions. If you’re interested, email info@greenwoodcommunitycouncil.org

Committees:
Planning and Land Use Committee: to engage ongoing neighborhood development activities and to proactively engage in community planning and development utilizing existing City and Neighborhood plans, including but not limited to zoning, parks, and design review.

Health and Safety Committee: to engage in neighborhood environmental health and safety issues, work with existing community/public safety groups including but not limited to G.A.I.N. (Greenwood Aurora Involved Neighbors) and local police/fire personnel.

Public Outreach Committee: to engage community neighbors on matters involving the GCC, solicit community involvement within the GCC, manage GCC social events, liaison with other community social groups, and update social events calendar, including events not directly associated with the GCC.

Transportation Committee: to engage in the maintenance and development of vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian circulation, including but not limited to sidewalks, traffic calming, crosswalks, pedestrian corridors and mass transit.

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