NOTE: As of 11:54 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018, this meeting has been cancelled.

The Historic Brunswick Neighborhood Planning Assembly will meet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Strong Roots Provisions, 1618 Newcastle St. in Brunswick.

This is the first time the NPA has met since recessing before summer break earlier this year, and several items are on the agenda. 

City officials will discuss proposed updates to the planning and building codes along U.S. Highway 17, actions of the land bank authority and the city's fire pit ordinance. 

Local residents are slated to speak about Porchfest, a planned festival in downtown Brunswick in November, a Halloween celebration and the Safe Routes to School initiative. 

The Historic Brunswick NPA represents Old Town, South End, Windsor and Habersham parks, Dixville and downtown Brunswick. The organization aims to be a resident-led voice for the people and businesses of the historic district. 

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