KITTERY, Maine – The town is beginning to see potential changes and actions born out of the Foreside Land Use, Parking and Transportation Study, which was released in final draft in February.
At Thursday night’s Planning Board meeting, Planning and Development Director Adam Causey gave an update on what those concepts may be, including re-examining on-street parking in the Foreside, and how time limits affect business employees, for example.
In addition, the town is preparing to distribute surveys to residents and businesses in regards to what they’d like to see in the Foreside. Residential, commercial and public use desires, types of businesses, the possibility of inns and hotels, and parking are among the questions.
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