Vicki Rugo


Baroda, MI


January, 2015

Recent Activity

Supported a comment by Charles Denison IV on DotGreenway 5 years, 1 month ago
Charles Denison IV
I also like the raised crossings at many of the cross streets. These crossings are well marked and level with the path, forcing drivers on the cross streets to slow down to go over the raised crosswalk. The signage is also very clear that there are pedestrians and bicyclists crossing there.
Supported a comment by Jeffrey Gonyeau on DotGreenway 5 years, 2 months ago
Jeffrey Gonyeau
This is boring, but adequate and well-placed trash receptacles are going to be key to keeping the greenway clean & tidy. Make it easy for people to do the right thing! We see how the fact that, in Peabody Sq., the only trash can on the east side of the plaza is a stupidly-placed receptacle at the curb in front of 7-Eleven---far, far away from the seating area, so people simply throw trash on the ground near the horse trough and in the planting beds instead of walking 100 feet to use the can.
Supported a comment by Thatiana Gibson on DotGreenway 5 years, 2 months ago
Thatiana Gibson
I envision a walking/biking path that is both functional and appealing visually. Maybe a design that includes some markers along the length of the path that highlights some historic and interesting facts Dorchester past and present.
Supported a comment by Rosanne Foley on DotGreenway 5 years, 2 months ago
Rosanne Foley
Speak with the stakeholders about this - Dorchester Historical Society as well as organizations in the area.
Commented on DotGreenway 5 years, 2 months ago
Please focus the budget on quality rather than quantity of amenities
Commented on DotGreenway 5 years, 2 months ago
By looking forward instead of back to history