OSWEGO, NY – More than 50 people, community leaders as well as residents, took part in the 2020 Vision Plan workshop Wednesday night.
Divided into four groups, they outlined their ideas of what the Port City should look like in the next 10 years and beyond.
The groups: downtown/waterfront; residential neighborhoods; gateways/corridors; and parks/recreation, spent more than an hour making suggestions as to what should be included in the city’s future.
The results of their efforts will be presented in a public informational meeting (charrette results) from 6 to 8 p.m. today (Oct. 14) in the McCrobie Building, Lake Street.
The final update of the plan is expected to be completed sometime next month and sent to the Common Council for review and approval.