General Input Online Survey

 

The public input process kicks off with general input, which will inform the next steps of the plan development.

Online general input will be gathered from April 1st to April 29th.

The Project Team and Citizen Planning Committee will then work on developing 3 design alternatives,

which will be released for public input in June.

 

PLEASE PROVIDE FEEDBACK WHILE REFLECTING ON THE MASTER PLAN GOALS:

Goal 1:

Honor the Legacy of Latta

Goal 2:

Educate & Engage Diverse Communities

Goal 3:

Encourage Community Gathering

Goal 4:

Enhance the Site's Natural Beauty

Goal 5:

Preserve Historic Site Resources

Please provide your information:

What kind of historic interpretation should be on site?

Examples:

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What other topics (in addition to the Latta Legacy) 

should the historic interpretation address?

History & Importance of Oberlin Village
Yes
No
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Nearby Historic Landmarks dating back to Oberlin Village
Yes
No
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Raleigh's African-American History
Yes
No
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North Carolina's African-American History
Yes
No
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City of Raleigh Historic Sites
Yes
No
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RHDC - How does a site become a Historic Landmark?
Yes
No
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2009 Archaeological Survey
Yes
No
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Other Topics? (Ex. Environmental Aspects) Please write in your suggestions

Should there be designated seating areas on site?

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What features would you like to see?

The Slate Borders
Remove
Replace
Leave in Place
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The Grill
Remove
Replace
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Garden Areas
Yes
No
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Removal of Invasive Species
Yes
No
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Designated Paths
Yes
No
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Tree Plantings
Yes
No
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Further Questions

What should we keep in mind as we design?
What do you NOT want to see at the site?