Preservation, neighborhood by neighborhood.
The six task forces include the natural environment, urban form/land use, urban form/transportation, building construction, resource conservation and community health.
The Benson Business Improvement District, established in 1977 and expanded in 2010, annually assesses property owners in the district to fund improvements and maintenance.
H.W.S. Cleveland urged the integration of open spaces through the construction of “broad ornamental avenues, known as boulevards or parkways” designed “with a tasteful arrangement of trees and shrubbery at (their) sides and in the center.”
School may be out for the summer, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy viewing one of Omaha artist Diane Mattern’s works on the grounds of Catlin Elementary.
In this issue…Metro and the city launch the Central Omaha Transit Alternatives Analysis, summer solstice lecture at Lauritzen Gardens, public hearing on the city’s transportation master plan July 17 and more.