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Help shape the Seaholm Waterfront

Tuesday, June 20, 2017 by Nina Hernandez

The city is currently working on plans for transforming the Seaholm Waterfront, made up of the historic intake facility and associated parkland along Lady Bird Lake. Give the Parks and Recreation Department, along with the Austin Parks Foundation and Trail Foundation, your two cents at the first community input meeting on Saturday, June 24. Beginning at 9 a.m., residents can share their thoughts at four different locations: the Seaholm Intake Facility, the Butler Splash Pad, the Pfluger Pedestrian Bridge and Vic Mathias Auditorium Shores Deck. There will be snacks on hand at each station. Those who can’t make it during the event (which wraps at 11 a.m.) can give their feedback in an online survey. Find a map of the public input stations here.

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