Steering Committee Minutes Attendees: Mary Owens, Polly Spiegel, Scott Lacey, Kathleen Blackham, Jim Garrettson, Jerrey Finnegan, Alicia Byers A timeline for this project was embarked upon: Kathleen will continue to prepare the text of the Neighborhood Plan based upon the minutes of the Neighbor Discussions. She will complete the texts of the recent Monon meeting, as …[ read more ]
MK Plan Meeting Minutes 38th St from Fairgrounds to Central Ave The meeting opened with a brief description of the efforts of the Meridian Kessler Plan Committee to hold a series of Neighbor Discussions in an effort to commit to writing the visions/wishes/goals for the neighborhood as heard from residents/business owners/neighborhood groups. It was pointed …[ read more ]
How will the 38th Street Corridor look and feel in the next 20 years? Come Participate in a Neighborhood Discussion! Tuesday, January 15th, 6:30 p.m. Indiana State Fairgrounds Farm Bureau Building, Enter Gate 6 & turn right Topics Include: Neighborhood Planning Discussion for New Zoning Overlay To be Adopted by the City of Indianapolis Dialogue regarding many …[ read more ]
MK Plan Meeting Minutes, December 4 Monon Corridor This meeting took place at Developer Town (5301 North Winthrop Avenue) with approximately 75 neighbors and residents attending. Mary Owens (MKNA LUC Chair) opened the meeting with an introduction that explained the need to update the Meridian Kessler Neighborhood Plan, the purpose of the meeting, and identified …[ read more ]
Steering Committee Minutes of DPW Infrastructure Meeting Monday, June 25, 2012 at DPW Engineering Office Attending: Nathan Sheets, Jason Koch, Natalie Derrickson, Jerrey Finnegan, Alicia Byers Using the document “Meridian-Kessler Long Range Traffic Calming Plan” as a basis for discussion, we began by discussing the general terms on Page 1. Note was made that the “specific …[ read more ]
Steering Committee Minutes MERIDIAN KESSLER PLAN Steering Committee meeting Attendees: David Vanderstel, our newest member who is the VP of Institutional Advancement of Martin University, a professor at IUPUI, and our expert consultant re historic preservation. Also attending were Jim Garrettson, Tom Gallagher, Kent Pinaire, Mary Owens, Vera Adams, John Albrecht, Alicia Byers, and Kathleen …[ read more ]
MK Plan Meeting Minutes, February 27, 2012 College Avenue at 42nd /// 46th /// 49th Streets This meeting took place at the College Avenue Branch Library, well attended by 40 neighbors, plus 25 sophomore students from Ball State University. The meeting began with Vera Adams explaining the design recommendations displayed by her Ball State University Urban Planning …[ read more ]
MK Plan Meeting Minutes, February 16, 2012 College Avenue— Kessler to 52nd The meeting opened with a power point presentation by Tom Gallagher introducing the concept of Form Based Code (FBC) and its use as it pertains to the Meridian Kessler Plan (MKP). He described this effort as “a moment of opportunity” with FBC functioning as the …[ read more ]
How will Meridian~Kessler look and feel in the next 20 years? Come Participate in a Neighborhood Discussion! Monday, February 27, 6:30-8:00pm College Avenue Branch Library ~ 42nd & College Ave. Topics Include Neighborhood Planning Discussion for New Zoning Overlay Dialogue regarding non-residential properties along College Avenue 49th Street south to 40th Street Other topics: Infrastructure, alleys, parking, …[ read more ]
MK Plan Meeting Minutes Central Avenue Corridor between 40th Street and 46th Street. Central Avenue in this area carries a significant traffic volume. It is classified as a two-way secondary arterial which serves a higher percentage of short trips than do primary arterials. Properties along Central Avenue are residential, with the following exceptions: Girls Inc. – southeast …[ read more ]
From 38th to Kessler Boulevard and
Meridian Street to the Monon Trail.
We are a community of residents (younger & older), homes (from multi-unit to mansions and everything in between), local businesses (larger & smaller, established & emerging), schools (public and private) and a variety of faith based communities.
In the heart of Midtown Indianapolis.