The master plan feedback sessions provided some very good feedback, overwhelmingly positive, on the draft plan. The presentation will be tweaked accordingly with the Core Group and presented to the Board of Trustees in May.
After the May BOT meeting, we will continue to work internally and with our consultants to further develop cost estimates for projects and build a financial plan for implementation. We will also start sharing our plan with outside constituents - such as the Providence Preservation Society, the city's Planning & Development office, the College Hill Neighborhood Association, Brown University, etc.
In September we will present the further developed plan to the campus for final feedback before presentation to the Board (and hopefully, getting approval) in October 2014.