Michael Schindelman

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Supported a comment by Richard Rohan on Winchester Master Plan 2030 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Richard Rohan
There is currently a fields master planning process. Will this become part of the larger master plan?
Supported a comment by Carol Savage on Winchester Master Plan 2030 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Carol Savage
Heidi’s point is really important — our zoning should be created in the context of an economic development plan that will encourage and support local businesses that are innovative and make sense for our geographic and demographic assets and to foster economic sustainability. Let’s get creative.
Supported a comment by Heidi DiLeo on Winchester Master Plan 2030 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Heidi DiLeo
I would like to see a robust plan to develop commercial revenue for the town. With increasing student enrollment every year for the last 10 years, more residential development with school age children are draining the budget. We need more senior housing and development of commercial areas to bring in revenue to support our town. Without a good revenue plan, it will be very difficult to continue to ask for overrides.
Supported a comment by coUrbanizer via Text on Winchester Master Plan 2030 2 months, 2 weeks ago
coUrbanizer via Text
Beautify north Main Street! Has been on the list for 25 years and nothing has changed. Add curbs, trees, remove overhead wires put them behind the stores or underground, mark the lanes and add parking or at least define it better. get businesses to update signage. It is about as ugly as any strip in any town.
Commented on Winchester Master Plan 2030 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Between the McCall track and McCall parking lot there (next to the skate park) is some land that should be redeveloped into parking. Taking school related parked vehicles off the streets will open up a few spots in that part of downtown
Supported a comment by Heidi DiLeo on Winchester Master Plan 2030 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Heidi DiLeo
The change to limit parking to 1 hour has made it challenging to get things done downtown. 90 minutes would be a more appropriate time frame. It is very difficult for some services to be provided in 1 hour. (nail salons, sit down restaurants). The paid parking should allot for a longer time frame as well. I realize parking has long been an issue, however timing should be more realistic in relation to services available downtown.