After eight months of work, North Palm Beach residents got the see the initial findings of the new 10-year Master Plan initiative. On Saturday, Jan. 30., people gathered in the Conservatory School cafeteria on Anchorage Dr. to view a presentation led by Dana Little, Urban Design Director for the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council. Little summed up the project's objective: "Improve mobility, quality of life and economic vitality of the Village."
After Little's opening presentation, residents gathered around 12 tables with Planning Council experts to tackle what changes should be considered to insure the Village's continued growth into the future. Each table then presented their suggestions to the group during the afternoon session.
Little and his team will be working on the plan and inviting public feedback all week at the Village council chambers. You can see the complete schedule here.
Related: Read more about the Master Plan
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