Monday, June 08, 2009

MDHA Letter with Details of Deleted Streetscape Elements & Partial Budget Information

Per Enclave commenter Jim's request in an earlier post, below is a copy of the letter Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency sent at the end of April detailing the streetscape elements that were dropped due to cost overruns. Some clarifications: one of the eliminated elements at intersections were not "cotton ball" details but cotton boll details, symbolizing the neighborhood's historic working-class ties to the Werthan Cotton Mill. The letter's reference makes it sound like we were attempting to promote hygienic swabbing at the intersections.

(click on image of letter to enlarge)

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