CNNA meets Monday to discuss Norwalk master plan

NORWALK, Conn. – This is a press release, presented in the format in which it was sent:

It’s time for residents and neighborhoods to decide how, what, where, when and why Norwalk will be developed and grow over the next 10 years! The project to develop the 10-year Master Plan for Norwalk is now officially under way, and the Coalition of Norwalk Neighborhood Associations urges ALL MEMBER ASSOCIATIONS to send at least TWO representatives to our August monthly meeting, this Monday August 28 (7pm Room 101 City Hall).

We will be conducting a roundtable brainstorming session to develop the framework for a future vision of Norwalk, an important component to frame our desires for the development of Norwalk over the next decade.  We also will make final decisions on how our neighborhoods will be grouped geographically/demographically for upcoming Master Plan public forums and workshops facilitated by the Master Plan process consultants. Don’t be left out of this important discussion. Your input is valuable and necessary to produce the most comprehensive and holistic plan to meet the needs of residents and neighborhoods!

All residents of Norwalk are always welcome, and CNNA member associations are each urged to send at least one representative to the monthly meetings. We are calling for AT LEAST TWO MEMBERS from every formal and informal neighborhood group in the city to attend this and future meetings.

The CNNA seeks to provide a common voice on larger Norwalk issues by providing information to members on important issues, meetings and events, in addition to soliciting fair and equal participation of neighborhood association and residents.

For more information, visit www.norwalkneighborhoods.com.


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One comment

Donna August 27, 2017 at 7:50 pm

Thanks for posting, Nancy. I hope the Quintard and Shorefront Park neighborhoods will have people representing them tomorrow night. The best way to avoid another Firetree is to embrace a shared vision for the future of Norwalk’s neighborhoods. With the opioid epidemic on the rise, and the case law clear on congregate living for persons with disabling disabilities, it behooves us all to have a plan for how to deal with the entwined imperatives of fair housing and drug treatment in our City.

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