Pleasant Prairie Chooses Streeter for 100 acre development project
Kenosha News Photo by Daneil Thompson
More than 150 Pleasant Prairie residents attended Streeter’s Village Green Center Kick-off gathering in January. Streeter’s community engagement approach was chosen for an 8-month process to develop ideas, concepts and recommendations for more than 100 acres of mostly undeveloped land. Streeter’s Working CommitteeTM approach will help the community develop concepts for a new downtown including housing, civic facilities, commercial districts, parks, and trails.
Committee Presents Their Vision for Turtle Lake
The Comp Plan committee presented their final ideas, concepts and recommendations for Turtle Lake to the Village board and community residents. Six subcommittees detailed wide ranging improvements and fresh opportunities to prepare Turtle Lake for the next 10-20 years. The committee’s recommendations focused on housing, economic development, downtown revitalization, infrastructure, community services, and parks and trails.
“After hearing the presentations, I am filled with energy and confidence. I believe that much of that information can be used with strategic planning, but it also provides an opportunity for a greater partnership with village members and the sub-committees as we work on a strategic plan.” – Scott W. Hildebrand, Village Administrator
“I appreciate Todd’s ability to get our businesses, property owners and City working closer together. Todd is an effective communicator who works extremely well with City council members, staff and project consultants. He is a tremendous asset to any community or government project.” – Ted Kozlowski, Mayor, Stillwater