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  1. Separate Bike Lanes & Paths

    Residents need access to active transport alternatives. Biking improves health, reduces pollution, and lowers the cost of living. Mandating the creation of functional bike infrastructure that...

    Dec 9, 2013 by Nate (5 points)

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  2. Overcoming Barriers to Effective Growth Management

    Today at the Fifth Friday at LCPC discussion we discussed financial and legal impediments to more effective growth management.. Banks are inherently risk averse making it difficult for developers to...

    Jan 31, 2014 by James Cowhey (10 points)

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  3. Free Public Skateparks in Downtown Lancaster

    Currently the city of Lancaster has no public skateparks in the downtown area. I'd love to see a plan to build a series of free, concrete, outdoor skateparks in underutilized parks in the city (think...

    Mar 16, 2016 by Rob Reed (25 points)

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  4. Bridge over US 30 at Crossings at Conestoga

    Extend Spring Valley Road from Good Drive to Farmingdale Road, with sidewalks and wide shoulders, so cars and bikes and walkers will have an alternative to congested Harrisburg Pike at US 30, instead...

    Sep 15, 2015 by Richard Moyer (7 points)

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  5. New housing developments and neighborhood roads

    Basics of smart growth policies can encourage community involvement by helping people connect in the public spaces of their neighborhoods. It's easier when new housing developments include front...

    Mar 10, 2016 by Anna Kennedy (10 points)

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  6. Suburban Sprawl and The Disappearance of the Rural

    Farmland is quickly becoming scarce in townships and communities where it once dominated the landscape and attracted residents because of its aesthetic and cultural value. An initiative should be...

    Aug 24, 2016 by Daniel Wohlberg (20 points)

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  7. Let's educate general public so that they understand issues and build their buy in.

    People have to understand why certain initiatives are important. Poor streets are obvious, but we need to offer hands-on , interactive sessions to help them understand why we need to make changes for...

    Nov 18, 2015 by jkengle (5 points)

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  8. Speaker Series coming Fall 2015

    The LCPC and the Lancaster County Clean Water Consortium will be sponsoring a series for Green Infrastructure and Stormwater Management in the Fall. More details will follow. Check back in late August...

    Jun 18, 2015 by Marie Quigg (11 points)

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  9. on Hertzog drive in Leola PA make a speeding sign or white line to make speeder slow down so they wont hit any kids

    How can we put up with speeders in our Development when the police dont come by alot cant we put A speed trap in our Development to protect the kids please thank you so much

    Jul 1, 2016 by Dave Harting (5 points)

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  10. solution center island or jersey barriers to provent cars crossing over the line on hershey ave

    to put in center island or barriers or median strip to prevent vehicles an deflect from crossing into the opposing lane an to slow down traffic on the curb most important protects homes from being...

    Nov 19, 2016 by David Prince (5 points)

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  11. Health in all plans

    Can we look at ways to incorporate health policies into all plans? This can include promoting bicycle-friendly roads and trails for physical activity, zoning to encourage farmers markets for...

    Mar 10, 2016 by Anna Kennedy (10 points)

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  12. Suggest Walkway on Good Drive

    Suggest sidewalk be installed on Good Drive between Orville Rd. and Rt. #30.

    May 17, 2016 by Ed (5 points)

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