• Want to see the $1,379,524 Plan for Carmel’s Forest Theater?

    On Wed., Oct. 29 a presentation will be made to the Carmel City Council which will showcase a $1,379,524+ project to allow the outdoor theater in downtown Carmel to reopen in a timely manner. The theater has been “red-tagged” as unsafe since earlier this year. The new plan, which is presented as a draft:

    Corrects dangerous conditions and removes “distinct hazards.”

    Does not result in full upgrade to current or historic code.

    Tree protection measures to protect setting.

    CHBC allows continued use of building provided no distinct hazard.

    Forest Theater – City Council DRAFT_Oct. 2014

    posted to Cedar Street Times on October 28, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News

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