Both of these would give people a way to get out of Downtown thus taking cars off of IH 35. How do you get people off of IH35 through Downtown Austin? By giving them a way to get off of IH35 in downtown. Create a new road that runs to Sh130 in Downtown and this gives people an option to get away from IH35.
The original condition for use of property included leaving the Market sign. I am fairly certain that by having that sign the business at Ciccio is not diminished.
This change appears to be underhanded and unknown and masked as a change to municipal ordinance to avoid any real public dicussion! I want it reversed!
These trees are dying for water. Literally. Please don't let this happen to these great trees.
RE: Parking lot on Veterans home grounds at the Napa Valley Museum. As an effort to improve parking control at this lot, I suggest that the curbs alongside the museum and inside the lot be marked (painted) with the appropriate color to indicate more precisely that they are not legal parking spaces.
As an effort to improve parking control at this lot, I suggest that the curbs alongside the museum and inside the lot be marked (painted) with the appropriate color to indicate more precisely that they are, or are not, legal parking spaces. The sign posted at the entrance is easily missed.
We would like for the town to consider the idea of incorporating a Par Course to the walking trails throughout our town. With the gym closed, this would be a great way to be able to utilize the walking trails to include additional fitness benefits.
Wouldn't it be a great additional draw to have free wifi available throughout town? As a tourist destination, the more we can offer people to come and stay and spend their vacation dollars here, the better it is. It would put us at the forefront of the ever increasing mobile society.
I don't know about liability, but what about a small mat in a corner of the community with a stand of free weights. One or two people could stretch and/or use weights.
I submitted this the other day- but I don't see it...My idea is to ask the local hotels or the Veterans Home if they would open their gyms to the town residents.