Sandy Thompson

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February, 2019

Recent Activity

Supported a comment by Chuck Martin on Winchester Master Plan 2030 2 months, 1 week ago
Chuck Martin
If anything they need to tear down what is there so it doesn't look like it's in a war zone.
Supported a comment by Maureen Meister on Winchester Master Plan 2030 2 months, 1 week ago
Maureen Meister
The property at Washington and Swanton needs to be redeveloped in an attractive way so that it enhances one of Winchester's most important streets.
Supported a comment by Jamie Devol on Winchester Master Plan 2030 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Jamie Devol
Older wood-framed houses incorporated into our town center add color and charm, with retail on the ground floor and (affordable) housing above. Too many of these houses in and surrounding the town center (many dating to before the Civil War), have been demolished.
Supported a comment by Jamie Devol on Winchester Master Plan 2030 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Jamie Devol
We need pedestrian-activated flashing signs at this Church Street-Waterfield intersection.
Supported a comment by Jamie Devol on Winchester Master Plan 2030 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Jamie Devol
the 2-story building wrapping the Church Street-Waterfield Street corner is pleasant and should not be torn down, in my opinion. Any new development should add incrementally (and at an appropriate scale) to what is there. Best approach environmentally, too.
Supported a comment by Jeff Dearman on Winchester Master Plan 2030 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Jeff Dearman
More signage would be good as well. like pointing people toward Lexington, Woburn, Stoneham etc. so people aren't lost and driving crazily around the center trying to find the appropriate road. There's literally no directional signage throughout the town center even though we have a big rotary and many crossing roadways people get lost frequently and it nearly causes accidents