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Big turnout for Pine Valley meeting

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    Pine Valley ages
 

 
More than half of the residents in the Pine Valley neighborhood are over 45.  

 
More than 100 people came out for the City of Wilmington's Pine Valley neighborhood planning area meeting last night. Residents shared what they love about their neighborhoods, what they’d like to change and what their big ideas are for the future of their community. The meetings also include a Kid's Corner so the youngest members of our community can provide their input.
  

Citizens in this community loved the area’s green spaces, Halyburton Park and the single-family character of their neighborhood. They didn't like speeding on area streets and lack of sidewalks. In the future, they would like to see a new or remodeled Pine Valley Elementary School and a Civil War museum.  

 


  

The age of Pine Valley residents over 65 is expected to increase by 59 percent between 2012 and 2017.
 

Two meetings will be held each month through April 2014, except December. 

January meetings 
Echo Farms-Rivers Edge
Thursday, January 16
Codington Elementary School
4321 Carolina Beach Road 
     
Rogersville-Bradley Creek
Thursday, January 23
St. Andrews On-the-Sound
101 Airlie Road

Want to participate?
The city’s citizen engagement website, connectwilmington.org, is getting a lot of traffic. Citizens are sharing input on topics ranging from redevelopment to sidewalks to economic development.

Learn more about the city’s long-term growth plan at createwilmington.com

 


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