Midtown planning effort to have variety of open houses for public input
SNOHOMISH — The Midtown Task Force is looking to hear what the public thinks on its recommendations for reshaping the Avenue D—Bickford Avenue commercial corridor, and it will hold open houses next week.
Virtual on-line open houses will be offered at two times on Wednesday, Jan. 20, at 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
To participate in the morning meeting, the link is www.tinyurl.com/MidtownMorning and use the passcode 002661. The evening meeting link is www.tinyurl.com/MidtownEvening and use the passcode 226707.
By phone, call 253-215-8782 for either meeting, and enter 897 6244 2222 to join the morning meeting (passcode 002661) or enter 827 2355 5539 to join the evening meeting passcode 226707) to gain access.
City planners also have a self-guided tour available. Visit www.snohomishwa.gov/706/Midtown-District to find the link to look around on your computer.
Additionally, the city’s planning director is also taking appointments to meet and show people the plan. Contact Glen Pickus at email@example.com or call him at 360-282-3173 to coordinate a time on Jan. 19, 20 or 21 to meet at City Hall, 116 Union Ave.
The city-organized Midtown task force will have more meetings this spring with ideas for city planners.
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