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On Wednesday, March 8th at 6 PM, you and residents in your neighborhoods are invited to a neighborhood focus group at the Hotel Blue. It is part of a weeklong workshop with the City’s national transit oriented development consultant team on making the most of our opportunities in the 12,000 acre Central Corridor.

There will also be public review sessions of what results from the resident and other input. These will be held on March 7th and 9th at the Special Collections Library and on March 13that the Kimo Theatre, all at 6 PM. At each of these sessions, drafts of the week’s work along the whole Central corridor will be presented and discussed in more detail.

While not about ART or ABC-Z processes per se, this workshop will generate visuals and analysis to help people in Albuquerque further work in their specific places & neighborhoods within the corridor toward realizing and accelerating $2 billion of re-investment and $1 billion of savings to households in the next ten years.

Please help us to get the word out about all these events by sharing the attached flyers.

Two things that might help:

  1. Attached are two flyers: one for neighborhood focus groups and one for public corridor-wide review sessions.

    1. PDF format – can be used for printing or forwarding. 
  2. Below is some “short text” that can be used for Facebook posts, e-blasts and newsletters:
 

A Once-In-A-Generation Investment in Central Ave.

 

How Can Our Neighborhoods Make the Most of It? Let’s Talk

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8 | 6-7:30 P.M.

 
THE HOTEL BLUE | 717 CENTRAL AVE. NW
 
Join your neighbors from the greater Downtown area neighborhoods at this meeting to explore planning options near future transit stations:
Huning Highland, Downtown, Raynolds Addition, Huning Castle, West Park, West Old Town, Barelas, Citizen’s Information Committee of Martineztown