The point of the meeting will be for our consultants to present their ideas for the hillside which are based on feedback they’ve received from the public to this point. Those ideas are essentially shown through two concepts, though those concepts just allow them to talk about a multitude of possibilities. The meeting, after the presentation, will be interactive and all attendees will be able to give feedback via comment cards that are being designed for people to both comments generally about what they like and what concerns they have, but also to choose from different thematic images that best convey the feel of different components that they like.
After this feedback is collected the consultants will be focused on articulating the vision with the image collected, and we will begin focusing on how to implement the hillside stabilization through that vision. Tomorrow night will be the best opportunity for the public to weigh in before that direction is set.
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