The planBTV South End draft was released on June 16. This 99 page document with accompanying 18 page Toolkit for Preserving the Arts, covers everything from Transportation to Economic Development, from the Champlain Parkway to enhancing the arts district. You can find the links to the online version here.
SEABA will serve as the ‘south end hub’ over the next 2 months of the planning process. We will hold meetings tackling the various topics in the plan, so that the public can provide the city planners with informed, constructive feedback. These meetings will be shared via social media, enewsletter, website, and in print. We will also have visuals in our gallery, a laptop to provide feedback via the webtool, copies of the plan and toolkit, and we want to know and hear your concerns and thoughts as well!
According to the draft plan, SEABA would take a lead or assist in projects designed to enhance, protect, manage, and facilitate the fusion of art & industry as we have done over the past 29 years. We ultimately want to do what is truly best for the residents, businesses, and creative entrepreneurs that make our South End so darn unique…so please stay in touch, and stay involved with SEABA and we’ll do the same.
-Adam Brooks, Executive Director of SEABA