- This should be required reading – 8 Surprise expenses for homeowners. Changing locks, pest control â€¦ in something as rare as a purple dinosaur eating a banana in the middle of a soccer stadium talking on a cell phone, many of the comments are useful.
Another change that the street could see is the addition of elevated and protected bicycle lanes on both sides of the road. Providing bike lanes that are protected from on-street parking could help to reduce the number of bicycle accidents that have occurred along the road.
â€œThe bike lanes will probably mostly be used by people who are tootling along, a little slower, maybe have children on bikes, and it’s a safer environment,â€ said committee member Rachel Lloyd. â€œPeople who are really moving can go in the vehicular lanes.â€
Instead of elevated bike lanes, why not protected ones?
– There is so much to the pocket listing conversation; it’s fascinating that Colorado’s Real Estate Commission may be entering the fray. I wrote about pocket listings last year and earlier this year in my note.
– Creepy. What data brokers know about you. One day soon, this will (openly) affect lending.
– This is a really interesting conversation on “what businesses should come to Crozet?” I missed the opportunity to better define the question – what anchor industries should come to Crozet? but the discussion was great all the same. Lots and lots of Facebook comments, too.
– With clients yesterday, we debated whether the folks who designed Stonefield were drunk or high. We concluded they were probably both.