On February 7, more than 45 Community Organization Representatives (the COR Vision Group) answered questions intended to guide city officials and their partner Ignite CDA and its consultants, as to what the community’s vision is for the 47-acre Atlas Waterfront property. This diverse group of organizations represented the viewpoints of thousands of citizens.
The results from the COR Vision Group Meeting gave the project leadership team a baseline of information to build from for the upcoming public input meeting.
It is now time to bring the project vision more clearly into focus. The meeting on March 22 is the next step in community engagement on the Atlas Waterfront Project.
If you plan to attend the public input meeting, please visit the project website to learn more about the Atlas Waterfront Project history and activities to date to ensure you are fully informed in advance of the meeting. cdaid.org/atlaswaterfront
We look forward to seeing you and value your participation.