The Kenton Neighborhood Association (KNA) is looking for feedback via a survey on the Kenton Women’s Village (KVW) leading up to a Kenton neighborhood vote on extending the KWV beyond the initial one-year duration at the next General Meeting on June 13 from 6-8pm at DISJECTA (8371 N Interstate Ave).
Please access the survey here.
Project organizers for the KWV have vowed to only continue on with Kenton neighborhood support, and the city-owned land used for the KWV remains under contract to be sold to Transition Projects Inc (TPI) to build low-income housing. That project has been delayed, though, and isn’t expected to break ground until early next year, offering additional time for the KWV to use the site. As a result, the KNA Board intends for neighbors to consider approving up to another year of the KWV in case TPI experiences additional delays.
All persons that are 18 and over and live, lease, rent and/or own any real property within Kenton are eligible to participate in the neighborhood vote by attending the June 13th meeting.