FYI – this will affect the Marina as the plan is to address things such as parking, access to the waterfront, use of the existing parkland etc.
The Municipality of Kincardine continues to work on a Waterfront Master Plan, with a community workshop set for Wednesday, Nov. 2, from 6-7:30 p.m., at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine. The event features a short presentation, followed by group activities.
Those wishing to attend, can register on-line at www.kincardine.ca/WMP-RSVP or call 519-396-3468, Ext. 300.
“Attendance at our August session was great,” said community services director Jayne Jagelewski. “The community is passionate about our waterfront, so registration helps us know how many to expect.”
Kincardine staff and project consultants, plural, are hosting the event, and will present what they’ve been hearing so far, and continue to listen for the values and priorities important to the participants.
“The focus is on one-and-a-half kilometres of waterfront within the municipality,” said Jagelewski. “This will help form a plan that will help us organize and prioritize all waterfront assets. This event is an excellent opportunity for individuals to have input on the long-range vision for these public lands.”
Details and information from the first community engagement session and survey completed in September, are available on-line at www.kincardine.ca/Waterfront-Master-Plan.