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Parking Lot Visibility
The developer would prefer to keep the parking lot open so it is more visible to the public for safety reasons. Which would you prefer?

The City of Cleveland's code requires that parking lots are screened to make them less visible. Limited Visibility Example: Landscaped Screening Wall. Medium Visibility Example: Fencing.

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Where do you think medium-density housing (townhouses and apartment buildings) make sense in the neighborhood:

Missing middle housing should be built anywhere any everywhere!

Is it too much to ask that the 2FB1 zoning be upheld? or that RA-1 zoning be applied with conditional permission? Why is it necessary to cram 12 apartments (a multi-family use) into a two-family district,... Read more...

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Where do you think medium-density housing (townhouses and apartment buildings) make sense in the neighborhood:

A and B. It would be ideal if there was some contemplation of affordable units and active participation in accepting vouchers as a part of rent.

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How might the project team offset the required vehicular parking?

The project should encourage residents to not have a car. Propose an alternative to the city to contribute to bike lanes or other public infrastructure instead of trying to allocate more lot space for... Read more...

need to get the crime rate down as It's dangerous after dark with the poorly lit streets and sidestreets there. AAlso the west side market in itself is a disaster and the people running it need to be removed.... Read more...

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What do you like most about this area of the neighborhood?

Being able to walk to a majority of the things I need on a daily basis while still having a neighborhood feel.

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Where do you think medium-density housing (townhouses and apartment buildings) make sense in the neighborhood:

b) secondary corridors. Having some density will make the the area more lively with people and encourage a focus walkability. Because this is not very commercial focused having a quieter street with more... Read more...

More generally, multiplex units with 2-6 units per building would be a great fit for medium density with a neighborhood feel.

Current most residential is zoned for two families plus most house at least in the 45-52 area are multi families house already. Don’t get me wrong there are house that are single family. <br>Not allowing... Read more...

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How might the project team offset the required vehicular parking?

Build fewer units with parking to code. Parking for homes along Fulton is already limited and traffic accidents and near accidents are already an issue since Fulton’s redesign and resurfacing.

One way to reduce car accidents is to reduce the number and/or speed of cars that have to navigate through a neighborhood street. Adding more people doesn't by itself cause the issue. Unfortunately, this... Read more...

Enforcing speed limit here and adding speed bumps on this road would help<br>I would never try to ride my bike on this street unless I had a death wish for myself people do well over posted speed limit... Read more...

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What other questions or suggestions do you have about this project?

Do down lighting rather uplighting to reduce light pollution. I think we are doing a nice job lighting building up but we also don’t need to light up the sky we need to light up where people will be walking.... Read more...

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Where do you think medium-density housing (townhouses and apartment buildings) make sense in the neighborhood:

Commercial corridors only

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