Brenda Noiseux

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Supported a comment by Kevin Murphy on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 3 years, 2 months ago
Kevin Murphy
I live close to this Cemetery and find it is a nice place to ride my bike and escape the city for a bit. While I have noticed a presence of derelict behavior it is nothing out of the ordinary for the city. Perhaps creating a sort of Historical Orientated scavenger hunt within the confines of the Cemetery would attract more people, giving it a sense of both purpose and place, afterall it is about the closest thing and most "vast" example we have of nature Downtown Manchester. Also it is across the street from a beautiful yet virtually unkown part of manchester which is the cobblestone streets of Grove st. Allot of potential.
Supported a comment by Jyl D on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 3 years, 2 months ago
Jyl D
There are some great walls for murals or even designated art space behind these as well.
Commented on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 3 years, 2 months ago
A friend mentioned that there's no good way for residents in the neighbors after Hayward St to get to South Elm. There are no connections (or through streets) from Willow St. to Elm and the intersection of Willow/Queen City/S. Willow is not pedestrian-friendly. Although outside the potentially outside the scope of this project, would love to see consideration on better ways to connect to south end neighborhoods so we can take advantage.
Supported a comment by Zachary Swick on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 3 years, 2 months ago
Zachary Swick
There's a real need for a connection between S Commercial St and Elm St, for all modes of transportation.
Supported a comment by Ron Shaw on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 3 years, 2 months ago
Ron Shaw
Wish list item: Would love to see a kayak area setup along the river front. Many nice areas of the river in the city, but this would make an ideal drop point.
Supported a comment by Lisa King on Manchester Transit-Oriented Development Plan 3 years, 2 months ago
Lisa King
I would love to see the Manchester Transit bus yard moved to another part of the City - perhaps the JFK arena parking lot to free up this space to become a mixed use retail/residence and waterfront park - perhaps a underpass or overpass over the rail lines to the Heritage Trail. Could host community events in the new park - this could also be an area that may work with enough room to provide the grading needed for ADA access form the River to Elm Street. A cool ped/bike bridge with public art aspects.