Realize Troy

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Post by Urban Strategies Blog Moderator, November 19, 2014

Your Input is Needed!

On September 23rd we launched the Realize Troy planning initiative. As part of our launch event, Troy residents were presented with a large scale map of the City and asked to place a green dot on their favorite places and a red dot on places that need improvement.

We would like you to help us better understand the results of this exercise by interpreting some of the red and green dots that were placed on the map. If you have a moment, please leave us a comment about a dot you placed and why. Simply click on the neighbourhood on the map and you will be redirected to the relevant page to leave comments.

If you were unable to make the meeting, this would be a great opportunity to leave a comment. Thank you for participating and stay tuned for upcoming public workshops!



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4 thoughts on “Your Input is Needed!”

  1. David Gaham

    The empty public housing buildings at the Congress street bridge could be rehabbed for city hall or should be demolished. The seemingly abandoned cement plant could be parkland, perhaps to include the salt pile. Get the salt pile out of downtown.

    1. Alane Hohenberg

      This buildings could be prime waterfront property. Frankly, the city has demonstrated that they aren’t good stewards of property they own. They’re better off leasing space.

  2. Mary Muller

    Adams Street has way too much heavy truck traffic for its size and location. The salt pile at the foot of Adams Street has got to go.

  3. Alane Hohenberg

    One theme comes up continually among the participants in the Downtown Economic Development meetings–the need for more rigorous code enforcement to fight blight, deal with zombie buildings. With the city in dire financial straits, I’m afraid that these issues will not be addressed in the hunt for savings. How can we keep this serious problem in the forefront of the new strategic plan?

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