Govt defends hwy revamp assessment process: “In a recent meeting with the community, there were many positive statements and a lot of confidence

Govt defends hwy revamp assessment process: “In a recent meeting with the community, there were many positive statements and a lot of confidence. What surprised us is that most of them didn’t apply to me. I was there because of the assessment.” – Coun. Gary Crawford, Ward 16

Some councillors say they’re disappointed that the road and sidewalk design was changed as they saw a number of deficiencies in the design after consultations with residents over the course of the last two years.

“We’re hoping it comes in a balanced package in the next two years to better reflect the needs of the neighbourhood,” said Coun. Gary Crawford. “The meeting yesterday with them indicated they’re excited to have the opportunity to온라인 카지노 사이트 look at the analysis and see if there are any improvements in the design to enhance transit as well as the accessibility of this area and the quality of life of the residents.”

Coun. David Shulman said, given the meeting’s focus on the community’s views on road improvement, his initial concerns seem valid.
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“I think it’s really good news that they acknowledge the concerns of the neighbourhood, and they really tried to make sure we understood their concerns and the recommendations that were put forward,” said Shulman, who also chairs the transportation committee. “I don’t think any change will be made based on feedback because the community will know what it is.”

There may be changes for the next five years, sai용인출장안마d Coun. Steve Clark, whose ward includes the proposed route of the route changes in the future plan.

“We’re really just talking about a small area,” said Clark, who noted he doesn’t know exactly what’s in store for the proposed bridge construction and reconstruction project.

“All of that is being evaluated in detail by the community as we get closer to the next council meeting,” he said. “But I think if anything, things are looking up.”

But Coun. Frank Di Giorgio said he was disappointed that a redesign was delayed due to budget cuts.

“It’s not on my agenda as long as I’m here as a council member. It does have a lot to do with the money that’s going into the municipal treasury. But as I’m sitting here talking about it, there’s a big part of it, I’m hoping, that isn’t what’s being talked about,” said Di Giorgio, whose ward includes the proposed route of the route changes in the future plan.

A previous draft of the redesign plan, submitted this spring, was delayed b

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