William Stelling

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Commented on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year ago
The west side of Willow Street from Auburn to Valley Street is an eyesore and could use some inventive re-use, i.e. affordable housing. The blocks facing the Cemetery would have beautiful views, and more population density would create a safer environment.
Supported a comment by Brenda Noiseux on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year ago
Brenda Noiseux
Although Valley Cemetery appears just outside the map, I'd love to see better signage or visual encouragement directing folks to it. Similar to Pine Grove Cemetery, it offers lovely walks rich with city history, but in my experience, it's not used as much. (Yes, there are issues with trash and homelessness in the cemetery, but those are outside the scope of this project.)
Supported a comment by Joe St Clair on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year ago
Joe St Clair
Agreed! (See my suggestion at the rail trail bridge) A connection here that was bike friendly would fit the bill too.
Supported a comment by Zachary Swick on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year ago
Zachary Swick
There's a real need for a connection between S Commercial St and Elm St, for all modes of transportation.
Supported a comment by Mike Gioia on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year ago
Mike Gioia
I agree. I both walk and drive canal street and it is dangerous for pedestrians. Overpass bridges for bikes and pedestrians would definately make it safer and more enjoyable for all three modes of transportation. A better connection betwee, the mills and elm as well, helping local business abd residents connect.
Supported a comment by Chris Gonyea on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year ago
Chris Gonyea
Turn Canal St. into one lane each direction (as it used to be back in the day). Slow down traffic to enable pedestrians to easy go to/from the millyard.