Schools to Downtown Waterfront Trail public workshop

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January 2, 2020

A Public Participation Workshop JANUARY 23, 2020
6:00 P.M. – 7:30 P.M. PECK CENTER AUDITORIUM 516 SOUTH 10TH STREET FERNANDINA BEACH, FL 32034

Interested persons are invited to hear and provide opinions about a Schools to Downtown Waterfront Trail that is proposed to provide safer bicycle and pedestrian travel between local High and Middle Schools, City Parks, the Peck Center, and the Historic Downtown Waterfront.

MEETING AGENDA

CALL TO ORDER
WELCOMING REMARKS – Friends of Amelia Island Trail and the North Florida Bicycle Club

Member Mr. Mike Spino will provide welcome and opening remarks.

TRAIL OVERVIEW – Mr. Spino will review the proposed trail history and provide a general overview of the trail project.

TRAIL TECHNICAL OVERVIEW – Landscape Architecture firm Coyle and Caron Inc., President Ms. Sally Coyle will review the proposed trail route and study findings.

PUBLIC FORUM – Grants Administrator Ms. Lorelei Jacobs will facilitate the public forum with the following panel members:

Mr. Mike Spino, Friends of Amelia Island Trail and the North Florida Bicycle Club Mr. Mike Pikula, Friends of the Amelia Island Trail
Ms. Kelly Gibson, Planning and Conservation Director, City of Fernandina Beach Ms. Nan Voit, Parks and Recreation Director, City of Fernandina Beach
Mr. Andre Desilet, Stormwater Director, City of Fernandina Beach
Mr. Rex Lester, Maintenance and Streets Director, City of Fernandina Beach
Ms. Sally Coyle, President, Coyle and Caron Inc.
Ms. Rachel Kehoe, Landscape Designer, Coyle and Caron Inc.
Mr. Alex Green, Coyle and Caron Inc.

NEXT STEPS AND CLOSING REMARKS – Mr. Mike Spino
ADJOURNMENT

Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in order to participate should contact the City Clerk at (904) 310-3115 or TTY/TDD 711 (for the hearing or speech impaired).