Lynn L

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January, 2021

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Commented on Royal Crest Redevelopment 4 months, 2 weeks ago
What are your plans for water conservation measures? I am very concerned about the burden this project places on Lake Cochichewick, the source of our water and the according to our master plan, the jewel of our town. Do you have plans to exceed the water efficiency standards for water using fixtures? I see the new town green in the plan, but the trees are only on the perimeter leaving the remainder to burn during the summer months. You only have to look across the street in front of Merrimack College church to see the effects of a treeless lawn. It is brown and hot looking and inhospitable. Conversely, our town green with all of it’s scattered trees is very welcoming and cool. Drought and heat waves will only lengthen in the years ahead. Our precious water should not be wasted keeping treeless lawns green.
Commented on Royal Crest Redevelopment 4 months, 2 weeks ago
I noticed when looking at the plans, that the 40B housing is adjacent to route 114. Would you consider using the criteria of those with the shortest stays (and therefore least affected by long term exposure to fumes, noise and light) for proximity to 114? If that were the criteria chosen, then the hotel with the shortest stays should be on 114, followed by student housing as they temporarily live there. Then those that choose to live there on a more permanent basis would be spared from the direct exposure.
Supported a comment by Lee Bluemel on Royal Crest Redevelopment 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Lee Bluemel
Spanish food. Books. Shoes. Unique and handcrafted holiday gifts.
Supported a comment by Dianne Plantamura on Royal Crest Redevelopment 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Dianne Plantamura
I believe local businesses should be there: small shops, coffee shop with outdoor seating. Local will inspire real community development which will inspire "ownership" by the people who live there.
Supported a comment by Dianne Plantamura on Royal Crest Redevelopment 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Dianne Plantamura
Places to inspire, like library, meeting places. Health food (Whole Foods, etc).
Supported a comment by Karen M on Royal Crest Redevelopment 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Karen M
I would frequent a restaurant with vegan or vegetarian entrees. A coffee shop with ample space for gathering with friends. Maybe one that turns into a wine bar in the evening.