WALKING TOUR & COMMUNITY VISION SESSION
Sat, November 5, 2016
Please join us for a walking tour and community vision session regarding the proposed Englewood Line Nature Trail. Come share your thoughts on how to convert the former 1.7-mile former elevated freight rail line between 58th and 59th Streets into a trail for the community. Meet at 9:30 am at the Hermitage Street Community Garden (5643 S. Hermitage Avenue). This event is sponsored by Grow Greater Englewood.
In the News:
“Ideas abound at first meeting about Englewood Line”
Despite a snowstorm and 15-degree temperatures, more than 50 people turned out January 11 to join in the planning for the Englewood Line Nature Trail, a 1.7-mile proposed linear park on the abandoned railroad between 58th and 59th Streets…
Sixteenth Ward Ald. Toni Foulkes opened the meeting by noting that “very exciting things are going on in Englewood,” including the planned opening this year of a Whole Foods store at 63rd and Halsted. Click here to read full article!
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