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Domokur Architects's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Josh
11:57
Great idea to try and expand outside Broad and Main
Charlie Landreth
15:33
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Charlie Landreth
19:58
The focus on improving the pedestrian pathways involved rebuilding the most expensive infrastructure in downtown. Even the phasing schedule turned out to be too expensive. A new emphasis on spaces, especially a city Park is a prior for me. As a a community of aging residents (one of the oldest average ages in the state) we need outdoor space downtown as an alternative to the more active rec areas in the area.
Charlie Landreth
21:44
The city raises about $180,000 per year in property taxes that are earmarked for DTMP implementation. Projects need to consider that revenue stream as a framework for what is proposed.
Josh Hallingse-Alliance
24:50
while the business groups (chamber, TEA, HoB) are good could we expand to include larger private sector employers? their employees use downtown for retail, shopping, etc.
Paul
31:18
Clemson Plaza, at the corner of Main & Cladwell, is a good place to start. It does not fit the description of a downtown park, but is a beautiful example of an interactive sidewalk (plaza) formerly created where people can have room to congregate while shopping.
Mark Burrows
34:56
With the exception of A - don't we have these when we look at BC and the library?
Billy Parrish
39:27
I think we have to begin to address the fundamentals, and not just take on a new areas for investment without repairing and maintaining what we have (because they are complicated and expensive and not sexy doesn't mean addressing them isn't essential). And - Downtown Brevard is a City/Urban-lite Place, not a rural area, or a suburban recreation complex. Need to work within the historic and compact city-like framework.
Billy Parrish
40:29
I think we can do more than one of these options.
deedeeperkins
41:07
All of these
Mark Burrows
41:13
I'd like to see all.
Mark Burrows
41:28
We're doing C
Charlie Landreth
41:48
Agree.
deedeeperkins
42:15
We are doing C, and D is process
Billy Parrish
53:20
A parking management plan is needed to determine the location of all of the possible parking areas, both public and private, and to develop a strategy for the best way for customers and visitors to downtown to be able to access downtown whether they are in cars, on foot or on bicycles. I would not advocate removing existing parking spaces until such a plan is developed and management agreements across both public and private parking areas has been reached.
Josh Hallingse-Alliance
55:39
really appreciate the work
Josh Hallingse-Alliance
56:28
super excited to see a plan that can be developed and implemented. love downtown Brevard and can't wait to be engaged.
Clark
58:21
Am I an old man if I ask you to enlarge the image?
Mark Burrows
58:35
Yes.
Josh Hallingse-Alliance
01:10:11
clark couldn't read the fine print
Clark
01:11:00
Mid 40s will be there before you know it, Josh.
Nicole Bentley
01:11:08
Time for glasses, Clark.
Nicole Bentley
01:11:17
NEW glasses.
Amy Johnson
01:11:18
Yes, a link please.
Leslie Logemann
01:11:35
Thank you!
Nicole Bentley
01:11:46
Thanks everyone!
Allen McNeill
01:11:47
Thank you for the hard work.
Domokur Architects
01:11:47
Here is the link to the survey: https://forms.gle/a8EmwedzvXx1eQqAA
Josh Hallingse-Alliance
01:11:52
thanks Melanie
Charlie Landreth
01:11:52
thank you foe the work!
deedeeperkins
01:12:22
Thanks Melanie