Regine Ryder



September, 2017

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Commented on Envision Concord 6 years, 3 months ago
Take away those ugly signs on Main Street that explain how to park. The area is now free of cars, that looks a bit more historical. But maybe we shouldn't allow cars at all, only horse buggIes. That would be even better.
Supported a comment by Jessica Harvey on Envision Concord 6 years, 3 months ago
Jessica Harvey
Give building owners in the downtown and depot areas incentives to lower their rents to allow boutiques to survive. Small retail shops cannot compete with online shopping due to the high rents. Otherwise our once boutique laced downtown areas will be filled with only banks and that what we want?
Supported a comment by Bill Montague on Envision Concord 6 years, 3 months ago
Bill Montague
How about Sunday afternoon where almost any one could attend.Bill
Supported a comment by Todd Benjamin on Envision Concord 6 years, 3 months ago
Todd Benjamin
Scheduling a meeting between 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM on a Friday is contrary to the goals of engaging as many residents as possible. Residents working normal business hours will find attending this meeting difficult. The meeting time of Saturday from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM is marginally better. But many people, especially adults with children in sports and other activities, will find it difficult to attend. I understand that finding times for meetings is always difficult. However, these times seem especially challenging.
Supported a comment by Debra S. on Envision Concord 6 years, 3 months ago
Debra S.
I'd love to see potlucks made legal so the town could have periodic potlucks to bring community together. Imagine what fun that would be! And, since we talk about citizens biking, let's put bike racks around all town centers. More dialogue between business and town residents so each can more appreciate and support the other.
Supported a comment by Tanya Gailus on Envision Concord 6 years, 3 months ago
Tanya Gailus
We can do a lot better with regards to acknowledging the Native American history in the region, and do it honestly.