Dianne Plantamura

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January, 2021

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Supported a comment by Lynn L on Royal Crest Redevelopment 4 months ago
Lynn L
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.
Supported a comment by Kim K on Royal Crest Redevelopment 4 months ago
Kim K
Staying away from the large, generic retailers would be appreciated. Our area would benefit from small business owners with unique ideas and tastes that have an interest in becoming part of our community i.e. a fellow neighbor.
Supported a comment by Marilyn F on Royal Crest Redevelopment 4 months ago
Marilyn F
A coffee house, like Brewed Awakening, in Lowell, with room to serve as a venue for music and poetry would be great as well.
Supported a comment by Marilyn F on Royal Crest Redevelopment 4 months ago
Marilyn F
It would be great to have a restaurant that had vegan options and options for people with food intolerences.
Supported a comment by Lynn L on Royal Crest Redevelopment 4 months ago
Lynn L
Don’t forget a pharmacy!
Supported a comment by Joan Kulash on Royal Crest Redevelopment 4 months ago
Joan Kulash
Would love to see some of the art from such nonprofits as Elevated Thought.