Windsor Plans Public Workshop for Wilson Neighborhood
The Planning Department is updating the Town of Windsor Plan of Conservation and Development and has scheduled a public workshop as a way to obtain residents' and business owners' insight into key issues and opportunities in Wilson. This workshop meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, January 28th, 7:00 PM, at Wilson Branch Library (365 Windsor Avenue).
The Town is hoping to hear from residents and business owners about important issues in Wilson they would like to see considered in future planning. Participants in the workshop will be asked to discuss what they like about how Wilson has developed. They will also be asked to comment on how future growth should be managed by the Town. The recommendations of the study will be incorporated as part of the overall 2015 Windsor Plan of Conservation and Development.
Participants will be given an opportunity to discuss what they envision the Wilson of tomorrow should be like. The topics discussed could include: environmental conservation, historic preservation, economic development and business needs, residential development, pedestrian and vehicular circulation, enhancing neighborhood character, and more.
The recommendations from this workshop will be considered for inclusion in the Enancing the Villages chapter of the 2015 Plan of Conservation and Development to be presented to the public at several public meetings in the Spring of 2015.
Questions about this workshop, or future meetings related to preparation of the Town Plan of Conservation and Development, can be directed to the Windsor Planning Department at 285-1980.