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Rogersville-Bradley Creek meeting

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    Rogersville-Bradley Creek ages
 

 
Only 35 percent of the residents of the Rogersville-Bradley Creek area are under 30 years old.

 

About 50 people braved the cold to attend the Neighborhood Planning Area meeting at St. Andrew’s On-the-Sound on Jan. 22. Residents shared what they love about their neighborhoods, what they’d like to change, and their big ideas for the future of the area.
 

Topping the “Keep It” list were the area’s mature trees, neighborhood character and the Gary Shell Cross-City Trail. On the “Change It” list were lack of sidewalks, the need for better parking/access to the Cross-City Trail and additional water access. The “Dream It” list included a walking/bike loop around Rogersville Road, Wrightsville Avenue and Eastwood Road, more parks and preserving the density and established development patterns.
 

Two meetings will be held each month through April. 



 


The city is projected to grow dramatically 
     
Population for Rogersville/Bradley Creek expected to level off 

 

February meetings 
Masonboro
Thursday, February 13
Parsley Elementary School cafeteria
3518 Masonboro Loop Road
     
Carolina Place-Ardmore
Thursday, February 20
New Hanover High School cafeteria
1307 Market Street

 
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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