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City holds public meeting to gather input on Water St. parking deck project

The city will hold a meeting Wednesday to gather input from residents regarding this proposed redevelopment project. The city will hold a meeting Wednesday to gather input from residents regarding this proposed redevelopment project.

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – How do you think the City of Wilmington should redevelop property where the Water Street parking deck is currently located?

The city will hold a meeting Wednesday to gather input from residents regarding this proposed redevelopment project.

Last month City Council heard recommendations from urban development experts about how best to use the property to generate economic growth while providing adequate public parking.

Council will consider those ideas in conjunction with public input before they consider the proposal during their meeting March 18.

The meeting will be held Wednesday, March 12 in City Hall Council Chambers, 5:30-7 p.m.

Citizens can also provide input online by completing a five-question survey at: connectwilmington.org.

More information about the proposal is available at wilmingtonnc.gov/waterstdeck.

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