Alison - had raised, can speak nowq
Tonya - you're next after Alison. Alison, please feel free to speak after the current speaker.
Megan - I see your hand
Naomi - I see your hand
would love to speak
Thank Alison. Yanya, could you speak after Quincy
Tanya, sorry for the mispelling
TJ, could you speak after Tanya, who will follow Quincy
Megan, could you speak after TJ.
All attendees who speak, please Chat us your email afterwards.
After AF Novak, I have in order Dan Allen, enamabel1, Angela Brown as attendees with their hands up
Angela, Brown, you came in as attendee, I have made you a panelist, therefore you can interject as desired
Dan and Ena, please Chat us your emails
Shelly and others, email comments and input on the draft statements to email@example.com
Sorry having mic difficulties. I will submit my comments to the committee.
Shelly I can answer questions you have about the financial impact issue. Our Historic District does not restrict or require review of remodeling or additions, but only limits outright demolitions. That is different from Irvington and Ladds. I've been consulted on about a dozen projects since the Historic District was established, and in no case has the homeowner had to undergo any historic-related review of their house remodel/addition. If you know of homeowners who are encountering these issues, please refer them to me.
AFNovak and others, I think the fishing issue is related to the health of the ducks and geese (monofilament line, hooks, etc). I'm not any sort of waterfowl expert, though.
I think another concern is that the people fishing prevent other park users from approaching the lake banks and enjoying being close to the water.