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Project DTO is holding a public workshop Tuesday, September 23 at 5pm. It's at Library Central (1st floor, Orlando Public Library, Central at Rosalind). Please try to get there if you can and write RETAIL! RETAIL! RETAIL! on your whiteboard for them just like Tim Russert would have  :good:

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I attended it. They had a lot of posters on displays showing ideas and concepts that you can vote for (probably just to make the attendees feel good). Some of the ideas that I remembered voting for includes:


- a concept for a mini-theme park for downtown,

- replacement of the outdated lymmo buses with streetcars,

- requirements for new highrises to be unique in design (I settle for any highrise at this moment),

- hosting more outdoor activities at Loch Haven park

- changing Robinson St. to 2 lane streets

- rebranding downtown into a retail destination, but I don't remember any specifics


Honestly there were a lot of ideas and proposals to remember, which is good, but hopefully there are will be incremental improvements and progress and not just some pipe dreams.

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