Coral Gables

Coral Gables hosts town hall meeting to discuss city’s future

A rendering of the Mediterranean Village project in Coral Gables. The project is one of many proposed developments coming to the city in the near future.
A rendering of the Mediterranean Village project in Coral Gables. The project is one of many proposed developments coming to the city in the near future. Agave Ponce LLC

Coral Gables is hosting a town hall meeting to discuss the next 15 years and what residents want to see in the city in the future.

The Coral Gables 2030 brainstorming session, sponsored by Commissioner Jeannett Slesnick, is a chance for residents to think of ideas they want to see for new development and to propose suggestions for existing projects.

The meeting will take place 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 7 at the Biltmore Hotel’s Alhambra Ballroom, 1200 Anastasia Ave.

Some of the topics city leaders hope to address are development on U.S. 1 (which will likely include discussion of the Paseo de la Riviera project), potential annexations of the Little Gables and High Pines neighborhoods and discussions of bike lanes, open space and planned changes in downtown Coral Gables.

Renderings of various projects will be available to view from 5 to 6 p.m. in the ballroom.

Residents can reserve a spot by emailing commissionrsvp@coralgables.com. For more information contact Commissioner Slesnick at 305-460-5326 or commission aide Chelsea Grannell at 305-569-1833.

Lance Dixon: 305-376-3708, @LDixon_3

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