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DATE: Tuesday, April 6, 2021
TIME: 7 pm
PURPOSE: the purpose of the public workshop is to provide information to the general public and gather public input as part of the Palmetto Bay Multi-use Trail Feasibility Study. Christina Fermin, Project Manager for Marlin Engineering will make a presentation and answer questions from attendees. The purpose of the feasibility study is to improve mobility, safety, and accessibility to the SMART Plan South Dade Corridor Transitway and the South Dade Trail to/from the Village of Palmetto Bay. This study will assess existing conditions for bicycle and pedestrian connectivity along SW 144th Street, SW 152nd Street, SW 168th Street, and SW 184th Street between the South Dade Transitway and Old Cutler Road. The study will also identify which two (2) corridors are most ideal for multi-modal improvements. Read informational flyer.
LOCATION: This meeting will be conducted using a teleconferencing platform and will be broadcast live. Members of the public wishing to participate virtually and provide public comments may participate in one of two ways:
PLEASE NOTE that pursuant to the Village of Palmetto Bay’s Declaration of COVID-19 Virus State of Emergency Order No. 2020-11, all Village Advisory Boards, Committees, Task Forces, Charter Officers, and staff shall continue to meet virtually. Commencing December 1, 2020, a minimum of three members such as the Mayor and Village Council shall be present to maintain a quorum at meetings requiring legislative actions. This Emergency Order allows any Councilmember who believes they are at high risk to not be required to be physically present in the Village Chambers, but shall be permitted to participate virtually and vote provided they remain physically present in Village Hall, including waiving all applicable requirements in the Village Charter, Code of Ordinances, Resolutions, or other Village policy that may require the physical presence at any public meeting. All virtual meetings shall otherwise continue to comply with the Florida Constitution, Florida’s Government in the Sunshine Law, and Chapter 286, Florida Statutes.