Heidi Ware Carlisle



July, 2018

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Supported a comment by Christine King on Main Library Campus 2 years, 4 months ago
Christine King
Yes, and how will these mitigating practices address other concerns about potential glare to drivers, heating and cooling costs, and potential damage to materials from exposure to bright sunlight?
Supported a comment by Christine King on Main Library Campus 2 years, 4 months ago
Christine King
The city said they would work to mitigate bird strikes on all that glass, I have no idea how that will be accomplished.
Supported a comment by E.B. Schofield on Main Library Campus 2 years, 4 months ago
E.B. Schofield
City of Boise - Page 4 of the December 13, 2018 Library Meeting Minutes say, "The bird strike issue noted in the previous public comment phase has been resolved and just needs communicated to the public. Two options were provided by Safdi Architects and need to be costed." Why not provide that information ASAP - citizens want to know.
Supported a comment by Colby Spath on Main Library Campus 2 years, 8 months ago
Colby Spath
I'm concerned about the design incorporating the Greenbelt. 8th St is a vital access point and transit corridor for cyclists and pedestrians going from the North End to Downtown then accessing either the Greenbelt or crossing the Boise River to go to Lusk/BSU/Bench. The current design seems to obscure this connection rather than enhance it. Certain aspects even seem to make it seem like there's a dangerous blind corner being built right there. I'm also concerned about access to the Greenbelt and train bridge during construction. Local recent history has shown us that detours for pedestrians and cyclists is often a poor afterthought during Downtown or Greenbelt construction. I hope these concerns are contemplated and addressed. Thanks!
Supported a comment by Chryssa Rich on Main Library Campus 3 years ago
Chryssa Rich
No, I think the wall of windows will kill too many birds.
Supported a comment by Lynette Daudt on Main Library Campus 3 years ago
Lynette Daudt
Mitigate = make less severe, serious, or painful. How about a non-all glass design. This is not appropriate design in a century moving toward sustainability. Insulate with thick solid walls. Use solar panels on the roof. Have large windows but not walls of glass.