Syndicated by: Montana News Minot N.D --- As the National Disaster Resilience Program begins the early stages of planning and implementation, the City of Minot is hoping the citizens share their ideas.
On Thursday, August 4th, members of the City of Minot will be at Oak Park starting at 6 pm to discuss potential ideas for a Public Gathering Space in Minot’s Downtown. “This is one of the most important parts of our project,” says City of Minot Planning Director, Robert Davis. “It’s up to the people of Minot to tell us what we should focus on as we start planning to implement this portion of our NDR application.”
The Downtown Gathering Space was a one of the major projects to the National Disaster Resilience Competition, which Minot was awarded $74.3 million dollars for in early 2016. As a part of the application, the city stated a major goal was to create a prominent gathering place in Minot’s Downtown.
The meeting will include public discussion, an opportunity to complete a survey and a question and answer portion. Citizens that aren’t able to attend will have the ability to contribute with an online survey.
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