Greenway Resident Input Meeting
As we've been reading in the paper, funding to continue the progress of the Ohio River Greenway project is back on track, and work will soon begin anew.
To those who have followed the efforts of Mr. Al Goodman and the restoration of the Moser Tannery buildings, along with the Loop Island Wetlands Conservatory, you will recognize that the pending Greenway work is integrel to his project.
I urge everyone who is interested in seeing the Mr. Goodwin's efforts realized, as well as revitalization of our riverfront, and the opportunities it will present, to attend this meeting and voice your opinions.
A public forum to discuss the New Albany Greenway and gather input from residents will be held on on Tuesday, November 22nd, from 6-7:30pm at The Grand, 138 West Market Street, New Albany. Ms. Valla Ann Bolovschak, recently appointed to the Ohio River Greenway Commission by Governor Mitch Daniel, will host the meeting. Please bring your comments, suggestions and questions in writing for submission to the Army
Corp of Engineers and the Greenway Commission.
The Greenway Commission will be focusing on New Albany in 2006 so we encourage
Floyd County residents to attend, but all others are welcome. Drafts of the Greenway plans are now available for review at your local library.
For those who cannot attend, please mail your comments to Ms. Bolovschak,
600 East Main Street, New Albany IN 47150 or e-mail them to
firstname.lastname@example.org by November 25th, 2005.