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Cardwell Branch Master Plan Public Hearing


PUBLIC WORKS AND UTILITIES DEPARTMENT
Watershed Management, 901 North 6th Street, Lincoln, NE 68508, 441-7701, fax 441-8194

October 3, 2007

Public Hearing Set on Cardwell Branch Watershed

The Lincoln-Lancaster County Planning Commission meeting Wednesday, October 10 will include a public hearing on the Cardwell Branch Watershed Master Plan. A proposed amendment to the Comprehensive Plan would incorporate the master plan as a subarea plan. The Planning Commission meeting begins at 1 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 555 South 10th Street.

The Cardwell Branch Watershed is southwest of Lincoln. The master plan addresses flood issues, stormwater quality and stream stability and includes long-term planning tools and improvement projects to guide sustainable growth in the region.

After action by the Planning Commission the master plan will have public hearings before the City Council and County Board.

For more information, call Devin Biesecker with the City Public Works and Utilities Department at 441-4955 or Ed Ubben with the Lower Platte South NRD at 476-2729. More information on the project is available at lincoln.ne.gov (keyword: watershed).

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