After more than five years of work, the Woodruff Neighborhood 10-year Plan highlights the need to manage growth while preserving green or open space and increasing infrastructure.
“I think growth is inevitable,” said Melissa Dahle, the chair of the Woodruff Neighborhood Committee. “It’s happening here in the valley, and I just hope they keep in consideration traffic patterns and what’s going to be affected. They’ve talked about the possibility of 1,500 more units being built west of 10th West, and that’s a lot of people.”
Dahle said while she likes the 10-year plan coordinated by Aaron Smith, Logan’s neighborhood improvement manager, there are multiple challenges facing the west side of the city as some areas in the Historic District already need infrastructure improvements. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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