Tuesday, February 28, 2012

STL Regional Plan for Sustainable Development

Focus St. Louis and East-West Gateway Council of Governments are leading the effort to create a Regional Plan for Sustainable Development for the Bi-State region. The first in a series of public meetings will be held throughout the region from March through early May. Click on the image above for more information about the times and locations of upcoming meetings.

Please review the info, attend one or more of the meetings if you are available, and forward this flier to your contacts and other interested groups. The goal of the public engagement effort is to engage as broad a cross section of the St. Louis community as possible.

For more details about the project, click here:

East-West Gateway RPSD


GMichaud said...

It is unclear when sustainable workshops occur in the City. While it is fine and dandy such much attention is paid to outlying area, (the problem with east West Gateway)The real possible solution to sustainability is the City and the City model of compact design, transit friendly city layout and so on.
Right now this appears to be more of the feel good, pretend we are doing something by using certain keywords crowd. I am not seeing a serious, sustained effort here. But hey when it's all said and done everything will be politically correct, right?

Rick Bonasch said...

The City is holding its next Sustainability Summit on May 8.