Elishia Walukevich



January, 2021

Recent Activity

Supported a comment by Bill R on Railroad Avenue Redevelopment 1 month, 1 week ago
Bill R
Roof top amenities to take advantage of both the waterfront and the activities happening in the amp a theatre would be great.
Commented on Railroad Avenue Redevelopment 1 month, 2 weeks ago
A walking bridge from Haverhill side to Bradford side ... it’s good for foot traffic and social media (yay free publicity for the city)
Supported a comment by A Crosby on Railroad Avenue Redevelopment 1 month, 2 weeks ago
A Crosby
Their really isn't any good open park space for kids in Bradford. The park on the other side is small and almost unusable. West Newbury has a park called Action Cove and it would be amazing to bring something like this to this site. Basketball courts are always a good idea too. The courts behind Hunking are so crowded so it would be nice to have another space. Also it would be great to connect the rail trail somehow so people to have to walk around the liquor store and under the bridge.
Supported a comment by Tim N on Railroad Avenue Redevelopment 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Tim N
Please Mimic Boston’s “Lawn on D”. It gives all towns along the Haverhill Line to enjoy a day in Haverhill rather than Boston. Haverhill Citizens leave the city for entertainment, that needs to change. Having out-dates, musty bars that cannot accommodate more than 100 people is not appealing. Have igloos so the area can be used in the winter and when there’s colder weather. Concrete ping pong tables & cornhole sets. Illuminated ring swing, turf, yard games. Music/DJ. Overhead shack that provides food, beverages (adult beverages included), tv to broadcast sports games. Backdrops for social media photos.
Supported a comment by Dena Miller on Railroad Avenue Redevelopment 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Dena Miller
It would be nice if the playground was inclusive for kids in wheelchairs. The City is making great strides with inclusion but needs to include our children that do not get included in the Cities recreation programs. There are very few areas kids in wheelchairs have to be included in peer play in the community.
Supported a comment by Jamie B on Railroad Avenue Redevelopment 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Jamie B
Sponsor parks for children that are accessible to all socioeconomic status and promote open area to ensure safety