City leaders to see Master Plan in August

Ormond Beach Observer – The framework of the update for the Downtown Master Plan was approved by the Downtown Steering Committee on June 26 and it will go to the City Commission in a workshop on August 7. It could be formally approved by the commission in September, according to Planning Director Steven Spraker.

The Downtown Master Plan last was revised in 2006. An example of goals in the 2006 plan is the landscaping the medians of Granada Boulevard, which was completed.

Other prominent topics in the plan are improving the parks at the four corners of the Granada Bridge and utilizing the City Hall and Library complex. Peter Sechler, of GAI Consultants of Orlando, the company coordinating the project, talked about how these areas could be improved.

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