Land use and access focus of Sustainable Ann Arbor talk
- Previous coverage: Ann Arbor sustainability series kicks off with discussion of urban forest, recycling and Huron River
The second of four discussions in the Sustainable Ann Arbor forum series will focus on land use and access when it begins at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Ann Arbor District Main Library at 343 S. Fifth Ave.
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The series is meant to bring together University of Michigan faculty, representatives from community organizations, city commissioners, city staff, and the public to discuss local sustainability concepts and efforts, according to a news release.
The first forum in January focused on resource management. The March 8 forum will highlight climate and energy issues, while the April 12 forum is focused on community.
Each program will include short presentations followed by a question-and-answer session.
Visit www.a2gov.org/sustainability for more information.