Janet Anderson

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Supported a comment by Tanya Gailus on Envision Concord 1 year, 9 months ago
Tanya Gailus
Preserving Neighborhood Trees: I have been looking over the current drafts for vision for concord, opportunities, and the element of preserving trees and nature "within neighborhoods" is missing. The physical and mental health value of having trees within one's neighborhood should not be underestimated. Natural conservation should not be limited only to designated parcels of interest.
Supported a comment by Bill Montague on Envision Concord 1 year, 10 months ago
Bill Montague
Install Signs all over town so visitors can find their way to North Bridge, Walden Pond, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, Also to the Depot area and West Concord. Visa versa.
Supported a comment by Bill Montague on Envision Concord 1 year, 10 months ago
Bill Montague
Make the signs attractive like Show Concord Grapes on them in an attractive way.
Supported a comment by Andy Smith on Envision Concord 1 year, 10 months ago
Andy Smith
Install electric vehicle charging stations. Designate some for local business employees parking for the day and others for short-term visitor parking to encourage turnover for local business shopping.
Supported a comment by Mark Hanson on Envision Concord 1 year, 11 months ago
Mark Hanson
Extending the Minuteman Rail Trail from the Concord/Bedford line to connect with the Bruce Freeman Rail trail near the reformatory is a great idea. Mr. Johnson is right, it would be a safe, quick alternative to the roads to get from Concord Center to West Concord Center. It would require a couple of bridges and I understand there may be some property ownership issues to address, but it's a very worthwhile idea.
Supported a comment by Matthew Johnson on Envision Concord 1 year, 11 months ago
Matthew Johnson
It would be nice if the crossing was part of the extension of the Reformatory Branch trail. That would reduce the need to create designated bike lanes on already crowded streets, and provide a more pleasant way to travel for pedestrians and cyclists than walking along Main St.