Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Invite to Jan. 12th Estero Village Center workshop

 If you live in Estero, this workshop may be one of the last opportunities to be heard and help push for the development of a bikeable/walkable Village Center. Plan to attend and tell your Estero friends and neighbors.

What do you envision for the Estero Village Center?
Tuesday evening is an important opportunity for you to tell the Estero Village Council how it should plan a Village Center for Estero.
Village Center Workshop
Tuesday, January 12th at 5:30 p.m.
Living Waters Church
Just south of Williams Road on US 41

The Village and its consultants have envisioned a Village Center of mixed-use, walkable, transit-ready neighborhoods supportive of residential, commercial, recreational and civic uses. The center could be integrated with existing community-wide amenities like the Koreshan State Historic Park, the Estero River, the Community Park, Coconut Point, and the planned Lee Memorial Coconut Point Healthcare Village.

Planning consultants Bill Spikowski and Seth Harry will give an update on the Village Center project and seek input from you about what incentives you think the Village should provide to developers in exchange for the features you value most. The best Village Center will be achieved by a joint Village, public and developer effort.

The area’s landowners and developers have had several months to propose ideas about the future Estero Village Center. …

Now it’s your turn to be heard.
Plan to attend and have a voice in the future of your Village!

Questions about this workshop can be directed to Bill Spikowski at 334-8866, or to Mary Gibbs, Community Development Director for the Village at 221-5036 or
(Note: This is ECCL's announcement re: the meeting)

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