CTA updates council on ARP

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

SPRUCE GROVE EXAMINER.  City of Spruce Grove council received a detailed update on the progress of their City Centre Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP).

Representatives from Cushing Terrill Architecture (CTA) presented the update during the April 16 council meeting.

The ARP was recommended in the City Centre Revitalization Discussion Paper in June 2014 and was subsequently approved by council as part of the 2017-19 corporate plan.

Currently, CTA has completed infrastructure assessment on the city centre, and a mapping session dealing with concerns around Columbus Park. According to the project principal in charge Wayne Freeman, the time has definitely come to start revitalizing the area.

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