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File #: 20-172    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agendas Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 4/7/2020 In control: Board of Aldermen
On agenda: 4/14/2020 Final action:
Title: E Main Street Restriping Plan: Public Input Summary and Proposed Design Modifications PURPOSE: The purpose of this agenda item is to provide the Council with a summary of the public feedback received for the proposed E Main Restriping and to discuss possible minor modifications to the design based on feedback received.
Attachments: 1. Attachment A - Resolution, 2. Attachment B - Email Comments, 3. Attachment C - Mailed Comments, 4. Attachment D - NCDOT Approval Notice
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E Main Street Restriping Plan: Public Input Summary and Proposed Design Modifications
PURPOSE: The purpose of this agenda item is to provide the Council with a summary of the public feedback received for the proposed E Main Restriping and to discuss possible minor modifications to the design based on feedback received.
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DEPARTMENT: Planning

CONTACT INFORMATION: Zachary Hallock, 919-918-7329, zhallock@townofcarrboro.org; Tina Moon, 919-918-7325, cmoon@townofcarrboro.org; Trish McGuire, 919-918-7327, pmcguire@townofcarrboro.org

INFORMATION: At the March 10th Town Council meeting, staff provided a presentation on the results of the operational analysis and concept design for a restriping plan for East Main Street. That agenda item can be viewed at: https://carrboro.legistar.com/LegislationDetail.aspx?ID=4389400&GUID=C1F7C70F-3584-46AD-B9C2-48933B725DAF

Since the March 10 Council Meeting, the following public input opportunities have been provided:
1. A presentation to the Economic Sustainability Committee on March 11;
2. Display boards showing the results of the operational analysis and conceptual restriping design placed in the front hallway of Town Hall, from 3/13 to 3/24;
3. Distribution of flyers to businesses along E Main Street on March 11 and 12, which included information about the project, the project webpage, and the previously anticipated public meeting schedule (prior to COVID-19);
4. Distribution of information over the Town's online presence and social media platforms (Town Website Newsflash, Facebook, NextDoor, & Twitter);
5. Mailed notice to all residents of the Lloyd-Broad neighborhood including information about the project, the concept plan, a comment form, and a stamped return envelope to facilitate feedback;
6. Mailed notice to all businesses located along E Main Street and their owners providing information about the project, a link to the project webpage, and directions on how to best provide feedback; ...

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