Thursday, December 04, 2008

Arch, Riverfront, DT Advocates Need to Organize

With momentum building around the concept of reestablishing downtown, the riverfront, and the Arch grounds as the focal point of the urban core of St. Louis, it is time for supporters of such an effort to organize into a formal association or coalition in order to give community voice and energy to the cause.

At present, there is no such entity. There have been lots of meetings, and good ideas offered, but there is no organizational structure in place to drive this process forward. A well organized group, made up of a diverse, talented, and committed group of individuals, could make a major impact on this effort.

A good place to start would be to call on the individuals attending last night's Landmarks Arch charrette. There was no sign up sheet, but the attendees were all good candidates to move this project forward. If you are interested in joining such an effort, please email me at rbonasch@sbcglobal.net and we will add your name to the list of interested supporters.

3 comments:

stlmark said...

What exactly are you are looking for? I'd like to help in some capacity, but I'm no design expert. Are you looking for people to help with leg work?

Rick Bonasch said...

We are looking for people to join a group, as yet unformed, but in the planning stages.

If you want your name added to the "interested parties" list, send me an email with your contact info to rbonasch@sbcglobal.net.

We will add your name and contact you about any organizational activites, meetings, etc.

Thanks for your interest.

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