This story was updated at 1:45 p.m. to correct the location of Tuesday's meeting.
A new opportunity for Hilton Head Island residents to weigh in on improvements to the island's south end continues Tuesday.
The town's new Circle to Circle Committee is seeking public input on how to improve traffic, parking and redevelopment in the corridor between and around the Sea Pines and Coligny traffic circles.
The second of five public forums begins at 6 p.m. Tuesday at St. Luke's Church at 50 Pope Ave.
The committee, formed early this year by Mayor David Bennett, is studying how to improve the area over the next 10 to 15 years.
The committee is asking residents to consider the purpose of the area, how can it be made better and the "biggest threats to meeting that goal," according to committee materials.
More information about the committee, its members and details about the committee's questions for residents can be found at hiltonheadislandsc.gov.
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