Kriseman, Driscoll to Report on Waterfront Plan
The mayor and council member will be featured at Wednesday’s meeting of the St. Petersburg Downtown Neighborhood Association meeting. It is open to the public.
ST. PETERSBURG – The new pier is just one part of a larger transformation of St. Petersburg’s downtown waterfront.
St. Petersburg’s Pier and waterfront have been the city’s defining features for more than a century. Now, after more than a decade of public comments, planning and design, St. Petersburg’s waterfront will be completely transformed. And while much public discussion has focused on the pier itself, the pier is really a small part of a much larger overall plan that will include vast areas of parks and other features that will transform our city.
Mayor Rick Kriseman, Council member Gina Driscoll, and city staff members are scheduled to discuss progress on the new pier and the way it fits into the overall waterfront transformation during a meeting of the St. Petersburg Downtown Neighborhood Association. The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday (April 11) at the Cathedral Church of St. Peter, 140 Fourth St. N. The meeting is free and open to the public.
For information about the St. Petersburg Downtown Neighborhood Association, go to stpetedna.org.
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