Southwest Bexley Online Workshop
At the public workshop on March 29, 2017, residents had the opportunity to hear about and respond to the draft recommendations for the Southwest Bexley Strategic Framework.

Even if you weren't able to make it to the workshop, we'd still like to hear from you. You can view the workshop presentation, and see the powerpoint from the workshop here:

Video of workshop presentation:
http://bexley.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=703

Workshop powerpoint:
www.bexley.org/swbmp

After taking a chance to review the presentation and resources, let us know if you have any feedback below! 

For more resources on the plan and the process, please visit www.bexley.org/swbmp.

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Ranking the concepts
Please rank the following concepts on a scale from 1 to 5
Preserve Sheridan Avenue Single Family Housing
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Preserve College Avenue Single Family Housing
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Connect Pleasant Ridge and Alum Creek by extending Astor
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Complete Schneider Park extension to Main Street
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Stabilize/enhance/renovate the Ferndale/Mayfield Area
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Reinforce the sense of gateway into Bexley/Berwick at the western boundary on Livingston
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Enhance the green at Capital's lawn on Main Street into a more vibrant town/gown "town square"
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Respect the existing agreement that Capital not expand housing to the east of its campus
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Seek to create a unique campus/neighborhood gateway that overlays with a "green" connection from Pleasant Ridge to Alum Creek
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Enhance pedestrian/bike connections from east-to-west, to provide better neighborhood connectivity to College and Sheridan Avenue and Schneider Park
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Encourage Capital to develop the corner of College and Main, to provide additional uses that activate Main Street
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Encourage the development of the Trinity Apartments site (next to City Hall) with University + mixed uses (boutique hotel, retail, apartment, office, etc)
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What draft strategies do you feel are most important or do you most agree with?
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Which stabilization option for the Ferndale/Mayfield area do you feel is the best?
Which east/west connectivity options do you feel are most important?
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Connect Astor from College to Sheridan
Connect Astor from Pleasant Ridge to Euclaire
Connect Charles from Pleasant Ridge to College
Connect Charles from Euclaire to College
Provide Better Bike Connectivity
Provide Better Pedestrian Connectivity
Provide Better Vehicle Connectivity
Are there elements that you wished the draft strategy would address or better address?
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Are there elements of the draft strategy that you disagree with?
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Any other feedback?
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