Pou Belle

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November, 2019

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Supported a comment by William Stelling on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year ago
William Stelling
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.
Commented on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year ago
Where would you expect to place on-street parking, on Riverwalk Way or Second Street?
I believe the space between Turner Street and the trail (up above), at the corner of Second Street, could be perfect off-street parking with space for signage. Though I am unsure of the ownership of that parcel.
Commented on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year ago
Ah, apologies, I was thinking of S Main and the Piscataquog trail or "rail trail".
Commented on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year ago
I come across this problem trying to get to the Local Moose Cafe on the southern corner from the north/east. It's near impossible to get across with the Quick traffic! On one occasion, I let a couple with a stroller go before I made that turn.
Supported a comment by Chip Spangler on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year ago
Chip Spangler
It may be worth considering putting a traffic light here to control this intersection (ideally synced with the Queen City Ave / Sundial Ave intersection). A far number of people going north on Browne Ave make an (illegal) left turn on to Queen City Ave.
Supported a comment by Brenda Noiseux on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year ago
Brenda Noiseux
Wish list - taking advantage of Manchester's river frontage and having public green spaces along the river and rail trail that connect to Arms Park downtown.