Positively Roswell, Roswell NEXT and the Historic Roswell Business Association are to meet jointly at 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 14, at Gate City Brewing Co. to hear an update on the Roswell Historic District Master Plan. POSITIVELY ROSWELL

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: https://bit.ly/2VE7rPB

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: https://bit.ly/2ADcJBP

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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