SESNA’s January meeting will focus on reports from City Councilor Tom Andersen on the State Street Corridor project and the “Salem Reads” program sponsored by the public library. A discussion of 2018 priorities for SESNA will follow.
Our high-level goals:
- Strengthen SESNA’s role in city processes;
- Empower citizens to work toward beneficial resolutions of neighborhood problems;
- Increase neighborhood involvement and communication.
Specific major projects will be discussed at the January meeting. What do you think our neighborhood needs?
The meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 23 at 7:00 PM at Capital Park Wesleyan Church, 410 19th Street SE. See you there!
For more on the State Street Corridor, including project documentation and more, check the City of Salem website here.
For more on Salem Reads, including 2018’s first book, visit the Salem Reads page here.