Heather Hannon

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January, 2019

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Supported a comment by Laura Rollins on Winchester Master Plan 2030 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Laura Rollins
This entry into the rotary should have a stop sign. The traffic from this direction rarely yields, let alone slows down to enter the rotary. It is the most dangerous point of a very dangerous intersection. The whole rotary could be considered also.
Supported a comment by Jamie Devol on Winchester Master Plan 2030 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Jamie Devol
Although the bike/pedestrian crossing at Ginn Field has helped, this intersection is the most difficult (in rush hour) in my entire bicycle commute to and from Boston. It needs a stoplight with walk signs.
Supported a comment by Jamie Devol on Winchester Master Plan 2030 4 months, 2 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 4 months, 2 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 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Jamie Devol
Bacon Street has been improved with the bike path crossing at Ginn Field, but overall it is a speedway. It is wide enough for bike lanes and traffic calming strategies that would also improve its appearance.
Commented on Winchester Master Plan 2030 6 months ago
Well designed two family houses could help add density near the commuter rail station.