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Tobacco-Free Zones in the City?

2018-10-10T15:36:42-04:00October 11th, 2010|Greenspace, Safety|

After the City Parks, Recreation and Environmental Protection Board asked the City Commission to consider creating tobacco-free zones in children’s areas of city parks, DSCA asked the question why limit it to just the children’s areas. Residents and merchants downtown have been complaining for sometime about the litter being created downtown by people who inappropriately [...]

SemCon II 2010-2011 — Residents Turn Out to Give Advice

2018-10-10T14:30:34-04:00October 11th, 2010|Land Development, Local News, Zoning Code|

How about brick streets, arcades mid-block along Main Street, wider sidewalks, refurbished store fronts that follow the historic underlay, a pedestrian friendly connecting portal from Main Street to the Bayfront, a circulating “people mover” to not only get people connected throughout the downtown and adjacent areas, but also to other public transportation including maybe a [...]

Fences Up — Five Points Park Under Construction 

2018-10-10T15:37:14-04:00October 11th, 2010|Greenspace|

You probably noticed the blue safety fence that has gone up around the Five Points Park.  According to the City Public Works Department the schedule calls for •    Removing existing wall surrounding the park •    Grading of the Park •    Installation of a new irrigation system •    Brick walkway installation •    Landscaping Hopefully, we will [...]

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