"We'll be spending some time face-to-face, but we don't have the manpower to meet with everyone," Little said. "So the website allows everyone to give input. It's really got to be a public process where everyone is comfortable sharing their ideas."
In July, there will be a weeklong public design charette, where the community can voice their opinions, meet with Rushing and his team and see all the maps and drawings.
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