Old Lyme to host open house detailing Halls Road improvements
Old Lyme — The Halls Road Improvements Committee, in conjunction with the Board of Selectmen, will host an open house event, titled "The Past, Present & Future of the Halls Road Neighborhood," this Saturday at Town Hall.
The event, which runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., is free and open to the public and offers an opportunity for those interested to stop by at their convenience and voice opinions and ideas about Halls Road to those overseeing its redevelopment.
Visualizations of what a future Halls Road commercial district and town center could look like will be on display and town officials will be available to detail the evolution of Old Lyme's town center, as well as how redevelopment along the road may be possible.
The committee has sought to create a plan to redevelop the town's main commercial district and throughway since the group was formed in 2015, envisioning safe pedestrian and bicycle access, public gathering spaces and housing, among other ideas.
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