From March 10 -12, the Gibson-Bethel Community Center hosted the Ludlam Trail studio sessions. For six hours each day, designers representing Miami-Dade County, FECI and Friends of the Ludlam Trail all took active roles in drawing potential development scenarios. The drawing sessions were open to the public and welcomed residents to engage with designers and offer suggestions to incorporate in the sketches. Tracing paper and colored pencils were offered to anyone who wanted to participate in drawing. Similar to the District 6 charrette, residents were in favor of the space being dedicated to open green space, trail amenities supporting recreation and commuters, pine rockland restoration and lighting.
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