Yesterday saw the kickoff of the Central Talmadge Plan, a project that intends to create a new center within the community, focused on the commercial, cultural, social, and health service activities available near Central High School. The project advisory committee, which includes business owners, Central School District representatives, and residents, met to discuss the project’s intentions, what the team can expect from this committee, and a few get-to-know-you exercises. Central Talmadge Plan

The Central Talmage Plan seeks to transition the primarily auto-oriented neighborhood and commercial area along the E Street corridor into a more walkable, bike-able (and trolley-accessible) neighborhood with new and enhanced community gathering spaces and activities. The changes intend to promote safe and convenient access to and through the neighborhood for people of all ages and abilities.

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