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 Peach Hill Park. Photo credit: Melody Wolff 

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Virtual Public Workshop #3

Thursday, December 2nd, 2021

7:00 - 8:30 PM via Zoom

Virtual Public Workshop #3 was held on Thursday, December 2nd, 2021. The purpose was to present highlights of the open space priorities and potential tools for open space conservation for the Town of Poughkeepsie Open Space Plan and Natural Resources Inventory (NRI). The workshop included a presentation by the consultant team and interactive polling, as well as a live Q&A session following the presentation. The information gathered from this activity will help to inform the preparation of the Open Space Plan.

To view the presentation and recording CLICK HERE!

 

Public Workshops

 

Public workshops will be held periodically throughout the project.

  • Virtual Public Workshop # 3

    • Thursday, December 2nd, 2021

    • 7:00 PM Via Zoom

    • Presentation

    • Summary (coming soon)

    • View the recording below:

  • Virtual Public Workshop # 2

*Please note that during the workshop there was a technical glitch for an interactive polling question on land use in which the responses did not appear on screen. The results of that poll have been captured and can be viewed on page 74 of the presentation here.

NRI/Open Space Steering Committee Meetings

 

Steering Committee Meetings are held as part of regular Town Conservation Advisory Commission (CAC) meetings.

 

  • NRI/Open Space Plan Steering Committee Meeting # 1

 

  • NRI/Open Space Plan Steering Committee Meeting # 2

  • NRI/Open Space Plan Steering Committee Meeting # 3

  • NRI/Open Space Plan Steering Committee Meeting # 4

  • NRI/Open Space Plan Steering Committee Meeting # 5

  • NRI/Open Space Plan Steering Committee Meeting # 6

  • NRI/Open Space Plan Steering Committee Meeting # 7

  • NRI/Open Space Plan Steering Committee Meeting # 8

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Arlington Farmer's Market. Photo credit: Michael Polito