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On Tue, Jan 24, 2017 at 12:37 AM, Stanley M Levitsky <
[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Why did not the town send an email out to announce this meeting? Wish I
> had known. There was a study done for free by a group run at the library a
> few years back with a professor from the university. Several towns people
> attended. It would be good to also include his conclusions and the town
> residents that gave their good time.
> Implementing a plan with little notification to the people of town is not
> good policy. As we know most people do not participate in town meetings so
> I believe the town must take effort to reach out. Maybe I am not
> politically correct about this but it is what should happen in a small town
> where we all know each other. Sorry if I come off as misinformed, but I am.
> On record, I do not know if moving the cross walk works but I do have
> several concerns. One, I think it will be confusing to drivers because
> there is a traffic light. So unless you are asking the crossing guard to
> only cross with the light you are adding to the chaos at the new crossing
> place. Second the exit going left from the gas station exit that is closer
> to the town hall is the "wild west" of left turns and needs to be
> prohibited. If the left kept legal we will see more accidents there. This
> may all have been addressed at the meeting and I hope it was. just my
> Stanley Levitsky Sr
> On Mon, Jan 23, 2017 at 1:46 PM, Jenny and Jon Shemwell <
> [log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> I wanted to spread the word about this meeting. I am a short timer, but I
>> still care about the choices Orono makes for the future health of the town
>> and its residents, students and visitors.
>> More and better bike/pedestrian access for all!
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: Erik da Silva <[log in to unmask]>
>> Date: Mon, Jan 23, 2017 at 10:39 AM
>> Subject: Downtown Traffic Study Discussion Tonight
>> MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 2017 AT 6:00 P.M.
>> ORONO COUNCIL CHAMBER
>> There will be a presentation of the Draft Downtown Traffic Study tonight
>> - the study focuses on the RT2 corridor area from Westbrook to the bridge
>> and includes considerations for school traffic, UM traffic, and folks
>> traveling elsewhere. The study looks at all modes including pedestrians,
>> bicycles, public transit, and private motor vehicles.
>> I'm not sure if public comment will be taken at this time but the study
>> in itself is pretty interesting IMO. It will at least be more satisfying
>> then the final episode of Sherlock!
>> I probably won't be able to make it, I'm already asking my kids to stay
>> with friends so I can work this afternoon. I won't ask more from them.
>> Hopefully some of you can attend.
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