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College Hill planning, management considered

A broad representation of the Pullman community will meet together 6 – 9 p.m., Nov. 14 in the Senior Citizen Center in Pullman City Hall to discuss ideas for guiding the future of College Hill development. This open workshop, moderated by Emmett Fiske, a local resident and organization development specialist, hopes to draw College Hill residents, property owners and managers, developers, Pullman representatives, the WSU community and anyone else interested in the future of College Hill.

Workshop planners say they want to be more proactive in College Hill, which some call a community within a community. The project was initiated with a survey assessing the perceptions of current residents and addressing such issues as safety, aesthetics, noise, and parking. Survey results will be available at the workshop and will be the opening point of the evening’s discussion.

This will be the first in a series of planning events to guide growth and avoid conflict. Everyone is invited.

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