Dee Stubbs-Lee

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Supported a comment by Frank Jones on Central Peninsula Neighbourhood Action Plan 1 year, 1 month ago
Frank Jones
I've been living at Market Square Tower for almost 4 years, Uptown for 15 years and see the need for residents to experience a quick healthy escape from city living. Harbour Passage and Long Wharf are a vital part of the solution. Harbour Passage seems to get busier all the time.
Supported a comment by Michael Cummings on Central Peninsula Neighbourhood Action Plan 1 year, 6 months ago
Michael Cummings
As a property owner on Paddock Street I'd fully support this idea.
Supported a comment by SarahRose Werner on Central Peninsula Neighbourhood Action Plan 1 year, 6 months ago
SarahRose Werner
I've had pretty good luck with the flashing lights, but I definitely agree that more could be done. One thing that would help is something on the Garden Street side to divide the right-turning traffic from the straight-through traffic. Because there's no 3-D divider in place, the roadway looks very wide, and drivers respond to that by going faster. Visibly narrower lanes would send the message to drivers that they've left the highway and are entering a populated area.
Supported a comment by Wendy Simon on Central Peninsula Neighbourhood Action Plan 1 year, 6 months ago
Wendy Simon
The flashing pedestrian lights are ineffective! I can't count how many times I have had to dodge cars roaring every direction when I press the light and walk AFTER I look. They are NOT prominent enough
Commented on Central Peninsula Neighbourhood Action Plan 1 year, 6 months ago
I agree! I was seriously injured crossing the top of Paddock in the crosswalk several years ago. That was before the pedestrian crossing lights were installed, but it's still a dangerous intersection for pedestrians and cars travel through that area far too fast.
Supported a comment by coUrbanizer via Text on Central Peninsula Neighbourhood Action Plan 1 year, 6 months ago
coUrbanizer via Text
The Queen's Square Farmers Market is a great event and has really contributed to a renewed interest in the South End. How do we encourage more events like this?