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Housing emerges as central theme for planBTV

By: Leslie Black-Plumeau on 7/18/2012

Community feedback about the future of Burlington made it clear that expanding downtown housing choices is a top priority for residents, employers, and the others who work or play in the city, according planBTV, the city's new draft long-range plan.

“Ways to grow the quantity, diversity, and affordability of the Downtown housing supply is perhaps the single most important component in this plan…” it explains.   

PlanBTV, is available online for reviewing and commenting. Another way to learn more and to provide comments is at the Burlington Farmer's Market on July 28 and August 25 or at the following public meetings:

  • Thursday, July 19
    Parks, Arts and Culture Committee of City Council - 5:30pm - Room #12, City Hall
  • Tuesday, July 24
    planBTV Big Reveal and Ice Cream Social - 7pm in Contois Auditorium at City Hall.
  • Wednesday, July 25
    Neighborhood Planning Assembly Ward 4/7 Meeting - 6:45pm - Miller Center, 130 Gosse Court
  • Monday, July 30
    Conservation Board - 5:30am - Public Records Room, City Hall, Ground Floor
  • Monday August 13
    City Council - 7pm - Contois Auditorium, City Hall
  • Thursday August 23
    Bike Walk Council - 5:30pm - Room #12, City Hall
  • Tuesday, August 28
    Parks Commission Meeting - 5pm - Department of Public Works, 645 Pine Street