Abby Easterly

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September, 2019

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Commented on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 month ago
If there is any chance that Market Basket would be squeezed out, that is NOT OK. This plan should be about livability and food is high on that list. I am concerned that this project will be a typical gentrification plan.
Supported a comment by Jim F on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Jim F
Add bike lockers that can be rented. This was a huge help to me in the DC Metro area.
Supported a comment by Lauren Smith on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year, 1 month ago
Lauren Smith
The bike lanes here are a little confusing, especially with the multiple traffic veering on an otherwise straight road. It'd be great to either protect these lanes, or figure a way to better ensure drivers are correctly shifting to their designated driving lanes instead of into the bike lane
Supported a comment by Lauren Smith on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year, 1 month ago
Lauren Smith
South Elm is in some desperate need of beautification -- the incorporation of street trees or public art can encourage folks to venture down this way from downtown either by bike or on foot
Supported a comment by John Colburn on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year, 1 month ago
John Colburn
More retail to complement the liquor store and residential to make it more of a mixed use area
Supported a comment by Matthew Grote on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 1 year, 1 month ago
Matthew Grote
Having a connection to the water front cycle path from Elm Street, somewhere in between Granite St and Queen City Ave would be nice. Currently, you can connect via entrance behind Delta Dental Stadium or you have to cross the wide and busy Queen City Ave to connect to the trail at Sundial Ave to the South. Perhaps utilize Hancock St next to the Elliot to make a connection?