DRI meeting opens public planning process for Batavia's $10 million prize
Local community members met in City Council Chambers last night to discuss and map out their ideas on how to improve Downtown Batavia.
The public meeting is part of the Downtown Revitalization Initiative, the $10 million state prize won by Batavia, to help make improvements to downtown.
Community members discussed options to help establish priorities for how the $10 million might be spent.
This was the first of three public meetings. The public will also be invited to offer their opinions through online surveys.
The meeting was facilitated by Edward Flynn, planning division director for Labella Associations in Rochester.
The meeting was well worth attending to find out what projects are being considered. More meetings to come.
So when and where does the public find this online survey?
When it is ready, the information will be posted in local media, but you can also watch the City web page for it.