New Chief Resiliency Officer Says Park Design At Former Landing Site 'In Flux'
New city Chief Resiliency Officer Anne Coglianese says she’s working with the team designing the public park at the former Jacksonville Landing site to make it more climate and storm surge resilient.
During a bill-signing ceremony Sept. 23 with Mayor Lenny Curry finalizing her appointment, Coglianese told reporters she is giving input on Riverfront Plaza’s design to the Downtown Investment Authority and architectural firm Perkins & Wills Inc.
“The design is not final. It’s going to be changed,” Coglianese said.
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