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Elgin, Hutto participants to share ideas, vision of sustainable future
Monday, September 10, 2012
Community members in Elgin and Hutto can share ideas and explore possibilities during Sustainable Places Project workshops in their area this month.
Sustainable Places Project is an ambitious regional initiative to help Central Texas cities proactively link housing and public infrastructure near job centers and services. Five demonstration sites were chosen through a competitive process to receive planning assistance and serve as best practice examples for other cities in the region.
Upcoming visioning workshops will feature conversations about the choices faced by participant cities and by Central Texas on housing, transportation, economic development, fiscal responsibility, community health and vitality, the natural and cultural environment and more. All are invited to take part in this innovative planning effort, with even more public events in Austin, Dripping Springs and Lockhart to be announced soon.
Next public workshops:
● Elgin – 6:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 10, Elgin High School, 14000 County Line Road.
● Hutto – 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13, Cottonwood Creek Elementary, 3160 Limmer Loop.
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