Britton Road, westbound from Pennsylvania to May Avenue, in The Village is closed.
The second of three public meetings being held to discuss the City's Comprehensive Plan will be held on Tuesday, March 28, 2006 from 7-9pm at All Souls Episcopal Church in Nichols Hills.
The City of Nichols Hills has partnered with the University of Oklahoma, College of Architecture to prepare a Comprehensive Plan. Approximately 150 people attended the first public meeting pursuant to the Nichols Hills 2020 Comprehensive Plan Project. The meeting was held on Tuesday, February 28, 2006 from 7-9pm at the Wildcat Café on the Chesapeake Energy Corporation campus.
An introduction of what a comprehensive planning is and an overview of the project was introduced. The majority of the evening was spent on a citizen participation exercise designed to elicit priorities for the project. Citizens were asked to generate a list of their top three concerns to be addressed with in the community planning process. These include:
The creation of city policy and guidelines to manage the process of residential and commercial redevelopment
Residents have a variety of ways to become involved in this project and your participation is essential to a plan that represents your vision for the community. A community survey has been distributed and citizen participation worksheets, providing residents a direct chance to voice their concerns, will be available at the public meetings.
We hope to see you March 28th.