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9.07.2010 - Village of Deerfield

9.07.2010 - Village of Deerfield

expressed, as well as

expressed, as well as support for one-way aisles, angled parking and a reduction in the number ofparking spaces. Neighboring Property Owner Input In general, a preference for maintaining a higher number ofparking spaces was expressed by adjoining property owners. The Presbyterian Church also plans to mark additional disabled spaces on their property along the north side of the Village lot as well. Comprehensive Parking and Pedestrian Access Plan for Quadrant Past Village discussions concerning this property have also included the recommendation that a comprehensive parking and pedestrian access plan be developed for the NW Quadrant. With the Library nearing a decision point concerning the size and capacity of its facility going forward, it is suggested that once that decision is made, the institutional members (Village, Park District, Library and Pres. Church) convene to develop long-term plan that can be implemented as resources and opportunities arise. Conclusion Staff is prepared to move forward with a temporary striping plan once the Board makes a determination. It is also acknowledged that various views exist on what to do. In trying to balance the different perspectives, it is clear that the existing conditions should not continue and improvements to the lot for safety, truck access and aesthetics are desired by all. At next Monday's meeting, staffwill be available to summarize each concept and respond to questions. I also anticipate that Mr. Dondanville, members ofthe Plan Commission and VCDC will want to provide additional input to the Village Board concerning this important matter. Kent Kent S. Street Village Manager Attachments: A) Temporary Striping Plan (Dondanville and VCDC Landscaping) B) Temporary Striping Plan (staff) C) Comments from VCDC to Concept Plans A & B. Page 2 of2

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