Luke Callahan

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September, 2017

Recent Activity

Supported a comment by Betsy Emberley on Ashland Downtown Planning Initiative 13 hours ago
Betsy Emberley
Cute window shopping with coordinated storefronts/awnings and a lunch restaurant that has good sandwiches/soups. Maybe an ice cream shop. Decent coffee.
Supported a comment by Julian Doktor on Ashland Downtown Planning Initiative 13 hours ago
Julian Doktor
Main Street could use: 1. removal of telephone poles and put utilities underground 2. "period " traffic lights and post lamps 3. freshly paved road with new lining along with "pressed brick" crosswalks 4. islands also of "pressed brick" with planters 5. cracked sections of sidewalks re-cemented 6. railroad crossing re-done . If there is any available land behind Erica's a public parking lot made eliminating some on the "common" which needs more "green space" . I think a round-about is not suitable for Main Street , and a General Store is something from the past and not economically feasible.
Supported a comment by Amy Turncliff on Ashland Downtown Planning Initiative 13 hours ago
Amy Turncliff
Downtown Ashland needs new sidewalks and streetscape enhancements!
Supported a comment by Amy Turncliff on Ashland Downtown Planning Initiative 13 hours ago
Amy Turncliff
A coffee shop/bakery/healthy pre-prepared food options. No need to serve alcohol; let's make it family friendly and appealing to teens, too. I often am looking for a daytime or evening meeting space and REALLY wish we had a few good options for this downtown. For Example, Dulce D Leche--Framingham (only a little bigger and more variety?).
Supported a comment by Joel Arbeitman on Ashland Downtown Planning Initiative 13 hours ago
Joel Arbeitman
Downtown is being strangled in auto traffic. It is increasingly unsafe to bike there and it is not please to walk there with all the cars passing by. I would visit downtown more often is if were less car-centric and there were more people and bicycles on the street.
Supported a comment by Matthew Marshquist on Ashland Downtown Planning Initiative 13 hours ago
Matthew Marshquist
The connection between the downtown and the plaza on 135 could be strengthened with aesthetic improvements such as small gardens, artwork, benches and improved sidewalks to encourage walking from downtown to Stone park.