Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard is moving forward on an initiative outlined in his State of the City address. He is planning the first public meeting for next week on a proposed $350 million effort to fund infrastructure projects in city neighborhoods. The session is set for next Thursday. February 28, 2014

News Release

INDIANAPOLIS – On Thursday, March 6, Mayor Greg Ballard will join Department of Public Works (DPW) leaders and engineers for the first of several public meetings regarding the proposed RebuildIndy 2 plan, which would provide up to $350 million in much needed infrastructure projects in neighborhoods across Marion County.

What: RebuildIndy 2 Public Meeting on Infrastructure Improvements

Who: Mayor Greg Ballard

Andy Lutz, DPW Deputy Director and Chief Engineer

Where: Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis, Keenan-Stahl Boys & Girls Club, 1949 E. Troy Ave.

When: Thursday, March 6, 2014

7 – 8 p.m.

The meeting will begin with brief remarks by Mayor Ballard and DPW officials followed by an open house session in which citizens can talk directly with City officials, learn about potential projects for their neighborhoods, ask questions and provide input regarding community infrastructure needs.

For more information about the RebuildIndy 2 plan—including township project lists, maps and more, visit . Source: Office of the Indianapolis Mayor

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