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Easton Point Photo Exhibition Planned

On Thursday September 1, Eastern Shore Land Conservancy’s Center for Towns will host an exhibition of images collected from the community during the past month about what they would love to see or like to have changed at the Easton Point Project property. The Town of Easton owns 11 acres on the Tred Avon River at 672 W. Glenwood Avenue and is looking to the local community for ideas on what to do with it.

Attendants will have the opportunity to review and comment on images as well as the chance to discuss ideas with the project’s design partner, a landscape architecture studio from Philadelphia University. This is the second step in a five-part community design process. Following the exhibition, the landscape architecture studio will prepare preliminary plans for the property to be presented back to members of the Easton community in November and December. Final plan presentation will take place in the Spring of 2012.

“This is an exciting time for the community of Easton and we hope everyone will come see what their neighbors want for Easton’s shared waterfront,” said Lisetta Silvestri, ESLC’s Community Projects Manager.

The event will take place September 1 at 6:30pm at the Easton Fire Hall, 315 Aurora Park Drive Easton, MD 21601. Ongoing updates about the project can be viewed at centerfortowns.org. To join the mailing list, please contact Silvestri at 443.988.2347 or lsilvestri@eslc.org

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