Public input sought for downtown

Ormond Beach Observer – The public got a chance to have their say on plans for the downtown at a meeting April 17 at the Anderson-Price Memorial Building. The city is currently updating the Downtown Master Plan, covering Granada Boulevard from the ocean to Orchard Street and a few blocks north and south.

The first speaker from the audience of about 30 people asked if the Master Plan was concerned with impact on people who already live in the community and have to deal with traffic.

“We absolutely are,” said Peter Sechler, of GAI Consultants. “We’re working on walkability and pedestrian crossings, especially on Granada. We’d like to slow down traffic so people can see what’s there.”

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