Melinda Dolle Allen 
Member since Mar 23, 2016

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Re: “It's time: The case for redesigning Whitaker and Drayton streets

There is no question that the Landmark Historic District is comprised of a mix of cars, bikers, and a majority of pedestrians. It is imperative moving forward for the safety, enjoyment, and overall efficiency of flow that we look to experts in traffic calming and planning. NO ONE needs to get anywhere in this one square mile two minutes faster at the peril of others. We often forget (until we take a trip to Atlanta) how lucky we are to live in this beautiful and relatively traffic free community. Slow down and smell the jasmine.

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Posted by Melinda Dolle Allen on 05/17/2016 at 7:28 PM

Re: “Making the case for extended paid parking hours

Bravo John. There is much more to the parking recommendations than the perceived $2hr meter rates being raised. Please, at least inform yourself before you jump to conclusions. You can't complain about parking if you are not willing to be part of the solution.

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Posted by Melinda Dolle Allen on 03/23/2016 at 11:40 AM

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