Roswell residents can view draft plan for historic district

Roswell’s Historic District Master Plan is the subject of two informal gatherings in the coming weeks – a 2019 social kick-off for three community groups, and a city-hosted open house. The city’s consultant, Tunnell-Spangler & Associates Inc. (TSW Design), is to talk about the plan at both events.

Positively Roswell, Roswell NEXT and the Historic Roswell Business Association meet at 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 14, at Gate City Brewing Co., 43 Magnolia St., to hear an update on the plan. Entry fee is $5 at the door and includes one beer ticket. Information:

The second event is an open house from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 23, at City Hall, 38 Hill St. People can drop by any time to review and comment on the plan. Visual elements, presentations and 3-D modeling will be available. Information:

The Historic District Master Plan “will establish a detailed vision for the district as a sustainable and thriving downtown that protects historic character and resources,” according to a city announcement.

“The plan will also recommend potential changes to city regulations and standards to support this vision.”

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