David Dyer



September, 2017

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Supported a comment by Kevin Neijstrom on Envision Concord 2 years, 5 months ago
Kevin Neijstrom
Bring a beach area back to Warner's Pond. Current water access is not terribly appealing or usable. Long ago there was a beach here and it was much more frequented.
Supported a comment by S Irza on Envision Concord 2 years, 5 months ago
S Irza
Increasing public access to Warner Pond and dredging Warner Pond would be terrific for West Concord and Concord!
Supported a comment by Wade Rubinstein on Envision Concord 2 years, 6 months ago
Wade Rubinstein
Adopt complete street policies that create access to safe, comfortable and healthy multimodal transportation options including walking, bicycling and transit. Multimodal transportation should link Concord's neighborhoods, commercial districts, public transportation facilities, cultural districts, parks, bike paths, and recreational facilities.
Supported a comment by Valeria Petracchi on Envision Concord 2 years, 6 months ago
Valeria Petracchi
Add a bike lane or sidewalk on Harrington Ave. Even having Marshalls Farm where many neighbors could ealk, they have to drive because Harrington Ave is a very dangerous road. Commuters drive at crazy speeds and bypass runners, bikers, pedestrians and even little kids on bikes. My kids got yelled at multiple times and I am afraid this won't be a priority until someone gets ran over. All this West concord community could walk to downtown West Concord and Thoreau school if only we had a safe way/ path to walk on...
Commented on Envision Concord 2 years, 6 months ago
This intersection is very dangerous for cars turning from Brook Trail Rd. onto Main Street. Eastbound cars (from Acton/Maynard direction) are traveling fast and visibility is limited. Alike the improvements that were made to the Harrington/Main Street intersection, prune back vegetation to improve visibility.
Supported a comment by Ruthy Bennett on Envision Concord 2 years, 6 months ago
Ruthy Bennett
Bike/pedestrian crossing at route 2, so people can easily travel to both sides of town, especially school aged kids riding their bikes.