Sunday, June 14, 2009

Tucson: Downtown Revitalization Meeting - invitation to arts, history and culture organizations

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Sent: Saturday, June 13, 2009 10:52 PM
Subject: Downtown Revitalization Meeting: June 29 at 5 pm

You're invited!

Please come to a presentation and conversation about the Downtown Tucson
Partnership's Revitalization Plan for Downtown:
Building the New Pueblo.

Arts, history and culture organizations are invited to a special meeting to
learn about planning for the future of Downtown.

WHEN: Monday, June 29, 5 p.m.
WHERE: Beowulf Alley Theatre, 11 S. Sixth Ave.
RSVP: Teresa Bommarito - or call 547-3338, ext.
2. Please RSVP by June 25.

(If you have already attended one of our previous revitalization plan
meetings, this will be similar).

We encourage you to invite others from the arts, history and culture
communities to this meeting and to be a part of the future of Downtown.

Glenn Lyons, CEO of the Downtown Partnership, will reveal his strategy
behind recruiting private investment into Downtown as part of the larger
picture of ensuring an economically strong and culturally rich city core.
The goal is to find Downtown's niche in a broader development plan that
includes projects led by the City of Tucson as well as areas that are
outside traditional Downtown boundaries.

Discover how the Revitalization Plan is focused on key strategies to make
Downtown the beacon of our urban renaissance and to make the area:
. Safer . More accessible . Viable for commerce and development . More
attractive & exciting . More livable . A better place to visit . A center
for learning

We need to hear from you! Your feedback is crucial to this process.
Your input and questions are welcome. A survey will be made available at the
meeting. We hope you will take a few moments to have your say on this very
detailed Revitalization Plan.

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