District 3 Comm. Robert Stuart, City of Orlando Planning and Transportation stff and Renaissance Planning Group invite the community to continue the conversation about the Virginia/Lake Highland Transportation & Land Use Study.
Please join us to hear an update on the study, including what infomation has been gathered from the community, in addition to data on current transportation infrastructure and parking, current land uses, development patterns and makret conditions in the area. We’ll also start discussions and present ideas based on this information to get your input on specifics like roadway improvements, sidewalk and crosswalk changes, bike routes, redevelopment opportunities and on-street parking changes.
For more information contact Cindy Light at 407-246-3245 or visit cityoforlando.net/virginialakehighlandstudy
Please try to attend this meeting on Wednesday. While this project is already designed, and while there are currently no plans to 4-lane Virginia, this is a good opportunity to remind the City Transportation Dept of our opposition to any widening of Virginia.
>>> From: Patricia.Newton@CityofOrlando.net
Date: November 30, 2009 12:58:02 PM EST
Subject: Dec. 16 Meeting RE: Mills Ave. Improvement Project
(Virginia to Dorchester) and Intersections at Lake Highland and Marks St.
Dear Neighborhood Leader,
The City of Orlando is hosting an Open House on December 16, 2009 between 6:00 – 8:00 PM at the Colonialtown Neighborhood Center, 1517 Lake Highland Drive, Orlando (corner of Fern Creek Ave & Lake Highland Dr. / 407-246-4449) about the Mills Ave. Improvement Project (Virginia to Dorchester) and intersections at Lake Highland and Marks St. The design plans will be available for inspection and project representatives will be available to answer any questions.
We ask that you inform your association members and neighbors about this upcoming Open House. Please see the attached flyer for details
or feel free to contact me. I hope to see you on Dec. 16.
Patricia Newton, Neighborhood Outreach Coordinator
Office of Communications & Neighborhood Relations
City of Orlando
P.O. Box 4990
400 S. Orange Avenue
Orlando, FL 32801