What’s Going On With Bottineau Boulevard? Public Forum

May 7, 2013 at 2:33 pm Leave a comment

I’m sure that if you’ve driven past the Crystal airport or what used to be a row of businesses on Co. Rd. 81 and 63rd Ave. N. lately, you’ve seen the changes underfoot. What is happening there? Why is everything being torn down? You’ve got questions, and we’ve got answers. We’ve gone over a ton of their documents, and pulled the facts and figures out from them so that you can be prepared for all of the effects it will have on you whether you live, travel, or pay taxes around this project.

An evening roundtable discussion that will address:

  • Where did this idea come from?
  • How much will it cost you?
  • What are they planning for the future?

Get the unbiased truth without the sales pitch from Hennepin County!

5/9/13 Crystal VFW 5222 Bass Lake Road at 7pm

Hosted by Community Solutions MN’s own Jason Bradley and Andrew Richter

with special guest, Norann Dillon


Entry filed under: Agenda 21, Brooklyn Park, City Government, County, Crystal, Environment, Golden Valley, Hennepin, Met Council, New Hope, Osseo, Robbinsdale, Taxation, Three Rivers Park District, Transportation. Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , .

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