The Meridian Kessler Neighborhood Association will be holding a Land Use Committee meeting on Thursday, August 29th at 6:30pm. The meeting will be held at Womack Memorial CME Church located at 4401 N. Carrollton Ave. There are two pending zoning issues scheduled to be heard by the committee (info below). MKNA’s Land Use Committee seeks …[ read more ]
White River Flood Risk Management — Final Stage Where and how should the flood project along the left bank of the White River at Broad Ripple and downstream be completed? The answer will affect future vitality of Midtown neighborhoods. How you feel about the project depends in part on where your property is situated. You …[ read more ]
Hello, neighbors! You are invited to attend a meeting sponsored by the City’s Dept. of Planning, MKNA and Mapleton Fall Creek Neighborhood. Over the past year and a half, the MK Planning Group has completed 8 public meetings within different areas of the neighborhood to gather input on updating the Meridian Kessler Neighborhood Plan using form-based code. …[ read more ]
If you’ve been hopelessly engrossed in the drama surrounding the Shell station development in Broad Ripple, you might have missed DPW’s “announcement” that they’d been “made aware” that the US Army Corps of Engineers was about to release their latest proposals regarding the White River Levee Project. In fact, those plans have now been out …[ read more ]
Browning Investments is proposing an 88 Unit Apartment Building, perched mostly on over 30,000 sq. ft. of retail, and a parking garage, on the former Shell Gas Station site just north of Westfield & College, and also encompassing the current apartments located along the canal and to the north. The immediate issue up for consideration …[ read more ]
MK Plan Meeting Minutes, May 19 49th and Pennsylvania General comments included the limitation of the height of any new construction to one story, in keeping with the surrounding buildings. Where applicable, it was voiced that new construction might have increased setbacks (as seen with the Bank of Indianapolis) with green space, which would be …[ read more ]
MK Plan Meeting Minutes, April 9 38th Street from Central Ave to Meridian The discussion began with a description of the Meridian Kessler Plan mission, which is tri partite; with a focus upon the Form Based Code which, with the assistance of the City, will progress to a Regulating Plan which overlay our current Zoning Plan, …[ read more ]
MK Plan Meeting Minutes, February 24 Monon Trail Corridor between 54th Street and 42nd Street. The Monon Trail was completed in 2003 during the time when abandoned railways were being converted to greenways for recreation and commuter use nationwide It uses a portion of the Chicago-Indianapolis main line of the former Monon Railroad (built in 1847) that was …[ read more ]
MK Plan Meeting Minutes, February 24 38th Street (both sides) between Central Avenue and Fall Creek The 38th Street (aka as Maple Road) corridor from Central Avenue to Fall Creek is classified as a two-way, six-lane primary arterial. It serves as major east/west commuter route that, in 2011, carried approximately 27,212 trips between Meridian Street and Fall Creek …[ read more ]
Steering Committee Minutes We briefly reviewed the process by which the Neighbor Discussions become translated to the ultimate Regulating Plan: Kathleen will transcribe her notes from the Discussions into a Neighborhood Plan Kathleen will organize the DMD effort to take the necessary measurements (rights of way, sidewalks, etc.) for nodes within the studied areas. This …[ read more ]
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