What about parking for the new developments?

The Town understands that parking in the downtown area is a sensitive issue. While parking is essential to the viability of businesses in the area, large parking lots don't allow for the intended density within the plan. In many cases, structured parking (parking garages) will be considered as a viable option. Furthermore, each development will be required to include a plan which addresses their own parking needs so they don't consume the public spaces. The revitalization of the streetscapes within the area will allow for more and safer parking, which will lend itself to the intended walkable, "village" feel of the area.

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1. Will the Town use eminent domain to take my property?
2. We didn’t know about this redevelopment plan. When did you have public meetings?
3. What is the Town going to do about the potential of displacing residents?
4. If the property values go up, our taxes will go up. Some can’t afford this. What is the Town’s plan?
5. What about the historical structures in the redevelopment area?
6. How is the Town going to help businesses that are impacted?
7. What is the timing of the development plan?
8. How much will the downtown redevelopment cost the Town?
9. How does this project impact the mall with additional retail options?
10. What about parking for the new developments?
11. Is the Town interested in buying my property?