A Roswell Historic District Master Plan is the subject of a “charrette” Nov. 27-28, involving citizens, business and property owners and other stakeholders. AJC FILE.

Roswell sets ‘charrette’ on historic district master plan

The city of Roswell and a planning consultant invite residents to a two-day “charrette” to contribute to a master plan being drawn up for the city’s historic district.

Roswell and Tunnell-Spangler & Associates Inc. (TSW Design) will host the charrettes at City Hall from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 27, and from 1 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28. Those who cannot make both sessions are free to attend when they can.

“A charrette is a community-focused meeting where citizens, property owners, stakeholders, designers and others collaborate on a vision for an area,” the city said in announcing the meetings.

“The purpose of the Historic District Master Plan charrette is to bring together all property owners, business owners, citizens and stakeholders that have an interest and desire in the preservation of the historic district with the purpose of developing a common vision and strategy.”

Those with questions can contact Jackie Deibel at jdeibel@roswellgov.com or 770-641-3783. Information: https://bit.ly/2QJI6kj

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