Design Phase Documents (late 2009-present)
September 27, 2010
The September meeting marked the third and final public meeting for the streetscape portion of the Jefferson Avenue Revitalization Project. The meeting summarized the two previous public gatherings and discussed the 90% completed design phase of the project. Fisher Associates was proud to announce that the public got its wish: street level and pedestrian level lighting will be installed throughout the entire length of the project- from South Plymouth Avenue to West Main Street; a gateway will be installed at the intersection of Plymouth Avenue; commemorative plaques will be installed; and solid banners will be installed at both ends of the avenue within the commercial core. Check out the documents below for details on what was presented.
March 24, 2010
In March 2010, a second public informational meeting was held. The meeting provided an overview of the November meeting, summarized the comments provided by the public, and presented the design plans that were in the 50% phase of completion.
Major discussion at this meeting related to pedestrian level lighting. At the meeting, a show-of-hands vote was taken to determine if, as part of the lighting enhancements, funds should be spent on pedestrian level lighting versus bronze plaques or solid banners. The majority voted for providing pedestrian level lighting along with regular street lighting along the entire stretch of the project (Jefferson Ave from S. Plymouth Ave to W. Main St). Check out the links below for more information on what was presented.
November 30, 2009
The November 2009 public informational meeting was the first public meeting for the street enhancement project. The meeting gave attendees a conceptual overview of the proposed, necessary improvements. It also allowed the public the ability to make a decision on which enhancements they wanted to see on Jefferson Avenue based on an enhancement budget of $100,000. Check out the links below for more information on what was presented.
Planning Phase Documents (2008-2009)