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Comments for: Cudahy Sidewalks - Walking Down Memory Lane
I don’t see sidewalks on Whitnall as a pressing economic or enhancement need of the City right now. The road itself south of Nicholson is better described as an alley of the Ladish plant. It is a cut through for people not to have to go through what is termed "downtown
Peddle traffic, if you had to have it, would best be served by making a Barland connector all the way from
Having a designated peddle-way from Layton down Bartland then east on College connecting to the lake bike trail and then west on Layton to complete a circle, might offer opportunities for surrounding area bikers to visit Cudahy as well as road races. I am just not convinced on the necessity, unless it is a State Grant or corporate donation.
While I agree with you on that don’t see sidewalks on Whitnall as a pressing economic I do disagree with you on the enhancement need of the City right now.
It is about safety! If you ever have time, just sit in the K-Ranch or anywhere along
I do shop the St. Francis Pick N’ Save for many reasons, but I don’t want the sidewalk because I want to help them out. I want it for the
I want it for the children who walk or ride bikes in the road instead on the safety of a sidewalk. The safety of pedestrians and children is paramount.
Here is an exert from the start of my crusade.
What steps do I need to take to make
I understand that when they repaved
The city needs to put a pedestrian-friendly environment with a sidewalk on Whitnall Ave from Layton Ave to Nicholson Ave. Part of Whitnall just next to Nicholson already has a sidewalk, just the section by the resident housing (Carpenter Ave). Funny how homeowners have them, but it just stops there. This is a prime example of commercial interest in front of public safety.
I have to defer to you on the amount of people that walk down Whitnall. I am very surprised if you say there a many people that do that. Honestly, Walgreens and the bank should have been required to create that small portion of a walk-way since that appears to be new construction.
Is it safe to assume you are not talking about Whitnall south of Nicholson for a walkway? Since that really is what I was describing as industrial. It would be a much safer road if it wasn’t a cut through from
JTozz correct I was talking north. It just makes me so nervous when I drive and see the people walking in the road. More so on rainy or snowy days as most people will walk on the grass. With that part of Whitnall being 4 lanes, traffic can move quickly and I see many people weaving between the two directional lanes as it moves to two lane traffic.
Sidewalks are talked about here as well in