It’s easy to get caught up in the energy surrounding new businesses in the neighborhood, shows at the Bobwhite, or the potential of a new streetscape plan for Foster. However, one of the great possibilities for the neighborhood exists in a building that has slowly become the focal point of a group trying to add a community asset to the Foster community. The Wikman-Arleta Building Project, a coalition of neighborhood and community groups led by Rose CDC, is inching closer to presenting a business plan to the county with the intent of acquiring the property. Before that presentation, though, the project’s steering committee meets two more times to get last minute community input and to hammer out the final details of the plan. The first of those meetings is tonight, 9/6, at 6:30 p.m. in the Y Arts building (6036 SE Foster). This is a public meeting, and you’re welcome to attend.
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