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Great turnout for the May 26 Thorpe Park-Stevenson-Hammond community meeting

Thank you to all of the residents (over 90) and special guests that attended the May 26 Thorpe Park, Stevenson-Hammond community meeting on such a beautiful night!

We followed up with city staff on several of the items raised at the meeting and have added the responses in with the notes, below. I have also included the PowerPoint presentation for your information.

Documents:

Notes Thorpe May 26 2015

PowerPoint Thorpe Community Meeting May 26 2015

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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