Richard Senneville Mar 4, 2020 Existing zoning rules prevent development of small-scale parcels in the Willow St corridor and near the hospital (pg 18-21 of Existing Conditions). Should these areas have rules more like downtown? I'm not sure what exactly is meant by small scale parcels, but I think south willow should be built generally more like downtown. It's less a manageable retail area and more a highway and a couple big... Read more... Deidre Christiansen Mar 10, 2020 Willow Street past Cilley (which is out of the target area) has a history of poorly maintained sidewalks in the winter, and has noticeably empty storefronts. Encouraging alternative use of existing space... Read more... Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission Mar 12, 2020 Thank you both for sharing your thoughts on this! Having quality environments to walk in/along is critical to successful TOD. Bringing the buildings up to the edge of the sidewalk and then protecting the... Read more... John Colburn Mar 13, 2020 One problem is all the utility poles on South Willow inhibiting sidewalk plows Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission Mar 24, 2020 Thank you for the comment John. Power lines are always a challenge when working in existing roadways. Where possible electrical services should be placed underground. Especially when working with new construction. Carla Giorgi Mar 31, 2020 I am not native to New England, and when I moved here I noticed how the views are all marred by electrical wires. Are utility companies that averse to putting them underground? Any incentives out there... Read more... Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission Apr 7, 2020 Yes, unfortunately the power company is a public utility that is overseen by a utility commission. The commission stringently reviews all utility costs and approves the setting of rates. It would be possible... Read more... Carla Giorgi Apr 8, 2020 Thank you for clarifying that point! Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission Jun 1, 2020 Anytime Carla, thank you for taking an interest in this project!