Kayla Gilbert of DOTI hosted the virtual CALC meeting on Wednesday. There were 22 people present. There were three featured speakers who presented the projects they had accomplished using microgrant funds from DOTI. David Chen and Ratha Sok from Open Street Art at Sloan’s Lake spoke about how the opening of streets in the Sloan’s Lake area had been an inspiring event for local bike riders and artists. Jeremy Stern from Mile High Behavioral Health presented the beautiful garden that was planted at MHBH using their microgrant funds, and how it has made a positive impact on that community and the MHBH employees.
Representatives Lisa Houde and Matthew Helfant from DRCOG were also in attendance, and they presented on DRCOG’s Coordinated Transit Plan, as well as a Scenario Planning Survey. You can find those surveys on the DRCOG website.