Muscatine Heart and Soul will host a Grandview Avenue Corridor resident meeting at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 30, in Fellowship Hall of the Musserville United Methodist Church located across from the Salvation Army on Oregon Street in Muscatine.
Muscatine Heart & Soul continues to seek conversations with residents about why they love living in the Grandview Corridor area and what might make it even better for the future. These conversations reach beyond the Grandview Corridor projects slated for the South End. Conversations will ask members what is working and what opportunities residents see for solutions and improvements to the quality of life in Muscatine.
The Muscatine Heart & Soul program seeks to gather resident feedback that will help drive positive change in our community by determining what matters most to residents. The feedback will be used to identify the action steps that will be integrated into the upcoming revision of the City of Muscatine Comprehensive Plan.
Information on Muscatine Community Heart & Soul can be found at https://www.muscatineheartandsoul.org/, or on the City of Muscatine web site at Heart & Soul.