On September 28, 2015 the public is invited to the Long Eddy Hotel in Sullivan County, Long Eddy, New York to participate in a visioning session for the hamlet and the river access. Three opportunities are available to drop in and share your ideas on September 28th: 8am-10am, 12pm-2pm, and 6pm-8pm.
Buck Moorhead, architect and founding partner of Building Consensus for Sustainability, as well as representatives from the Delaware Highlands Conservancy, the Sullivan County Planning Department, and the New York DEC will be on hand to answer questions and guide the discussion.
Participants will be asked to consider what they would like to see in the hamlet of Long Eddy and in the river access; envision various possibilities to resolve current issues of parking and access to the river; and to share any concerns. Compilations of the discussions will be shared with the NYS DEC as they work on the design for the river access.
Nearly 100 people contributed more than $8,000 to help the Delaware Highlands Conservancy purchase the river access and turn it over to the NYS DEC to make improvements. Now, these organizations are seeking your input to help envision an economically productive and sustainable future for Long Eddy that is based on the shared goals of the residents that live there.