Today is final day to submit feedback on Lake Monona waterfront designs
At midnight tonight, March 23, the online portal for the public to submit feedback and weigh in on which of three designs they like for the Lake Monona waterfront will close, according to a report from The Capital Times. So far more than 1,800 people have submitted responses.
The designs offer a diverse array of ideas for redeveloping the waterfront from creating boardwalks, including constructing a Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired boathouse, to public beaches and restaurants along the lakeshore.
Beginning tomorrow, city employees will download all the surveys and begin to organize the responses from members of the public, which will then be shared with the Lake Monona waterfront ad hoc committee.