BRAG discusses key issues with neighborhood leaders and advocates

Updated: Dec 20, 2018

A note from Mark Flanary, Executive Director of Binford Redevelopment & Growth (BRAG):

On October 30th, I attended a crowded two-hour meeting in George’s Restaurant private room at Binford Blvd and 71st Street. This was followed by about half an hour of socializing, including discussion with Mo McReynolds, our Mayor’s Neighborhood Advocate.

After opening remarks by Karen Kryah, Binford Redevelopment & Growth (BRAG), the topics presented on a large screen were:

Clear Path 465 – Newest design for I-465 / 69 interchange improvements by Daniel Miller,

Sr. Environmental Planning, Parsons, IncSignalized Pedestrian / Bike Crossings on Binford Blvd – When and where, by Mark Zwoyer, Sr. Project Manager, IndyDPWCastleton Revitalization Plan – Overview of Indy’s goal to sustain the 82nd street corridor, by Emily Mack, Indianapolis DMDFisher’s Nickel Plate Trail Plan – Imagine 4.5 miles of WOW! by Kevin Stotts, Asst Director of Planning and Zoning; and Hatem Mekky, Asst. Director of Engineering. Closing Remarks – George Wright, BRAG President


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