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Decoding Village Agendas – June 22, 2020
Work Session of the Village Board
NOTE: Please note the meeting will start at 6:00 PM
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- Discussion on Echo Canoe Launch parking issues. The Board will consider a recommendation Krissy Gilligan,. Ms. Gilligan manages the Village’s parking at the station and at other lots. Her recommendation is that non-residents parking for the boat launch be charged a fee and restricted to Lot J, just north of the salt shed. Village residents would have free parking but would need either a regular Village parking permit or a Resident weekend parking permit. The proposed fee would be $1/hour. Signage would be provided to inform and direct vehicles to the pay stations.
- Review of suggestions from the Bicycle-Pedestrian Committee. The Bicycle Pedestrian Committee has provided the Board with its suggestions for a safer experience for school children to bicycle to school. Among other items it asks for cross walk boxes along Benedict Blvd. at Young, Hasting sand Penfield. The BPC is also suggesting that an identified preferred route for cycling to school be agreed upon and then promoted by the Village and schools with painted sharrows on the identified streets along with “Bike Route” signage.