It’s been great to see so many comments on the draft Development Framework we posted at the end of January.
Those of you who have been following (or participating in) the blog discussion thread know that there have been a number of comments from residents of the part of the Richmond Hills neighborhood between the railroad tracks and Vernon Avenue.
For those not familiar with it, that neighborhood is unusual in that it can be entered only using Sherwood Road via the portion of Eden Avenue that runs between the Library and Vernon Avenue.
Residents of the neighborhood have raised concerns about changes the Framework proposes for the area between the Library and Vernon Avenue.
Here are two screengrabs from pages 30-31 of the draft Development Framework document (PDF) that show the area I’m talking about:
We’re holding a meeting this Sunday — February 19th from 3-5 pm at the Edina Senior Center — to talk with folks interested in that part of the Framework. I can tell from the blog posts that the residents of that neighborhood have a lot of experience and expertise with this portion of the District. I’m looking forward to hearing them share their ideas.
Please join us if you’re interested in that part of the Framework.