The final presentation of the Bridge Street Corridor speaker series is scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 1, and will feature three speakers discussing the topics of "density, demographics and development."

Bridge Street Corridor speaker series continues

The final presentation of the Bridge Street Corridor speaker series is scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 1, and will feature three speakers discussing the topics of "density, demographics and development."

The presentation begins at 6:30 p.m. at the conference center at OCLC, 6600 Kilgour Place, and will feature Doug Dixon, Laurie Volk and Sarah Woodworth.

According to information from the city, Dixon, of Boston-based Goody, Clancy and Associates, will present "The Case for Density: Designing Great Communities."

Volk, who developed what she calls the "Pig in the Python" effect of millennials, will speak on "Build it so they will come: What the approaching demographic shift means for future housing demands within our cities and in communities like Dublin."

A managing member of W-ZHA, Woodworth will discuss her research on the commercial and hospitality market demand around Dublin in "Developing Common Ground: How communities and community builders can optimize development value."

The event is free and open to the public. For more information, look online at Dublin.oh.us.

Input sought on corridor study

Dublin is asking residents and workers to fill out an online survey to help with its Bridge Street Corridor study.

The 11-question survey will help the city take a strategic look at state Route 161 from Sawmill Road to the I-270 and U.S. 33 interchange.

The city began the study in August and hired Boston-based consultants Goody, Clancy and Associates to help with the study.

The survey can be found on the city's Web site at dublin.oh.us by clicking on the Bridge Street Corridor study information.