Implement a program locally to replace a recently ended county wide program to provide daily well checks for at risk seniors.
It’s the job our elected town leaders to communicate the needs and concerns of Apex to every other government agency, at every level. To do otherwise is leaving money on the table. Our elected leaders are our first and best advocates. There are no “lanes” to stay in.
Provide a graduated rate schedule which rewards low users with lower bills. Provide an advantageous time of use schedule to promote off-peak usage and discourage peak usage. This will lower everyone’s bill’s as our wholesale rate is tied to our peak usage.
After the parking issues are resolved, convert the existing lot on Saunders to a signature destination park. Absorb the old cigar shop if possible along with other adjacent parcels.
Get rid of the parallel parking, expand the sidewalks to make additional retail space. Line Salem St with trees. Improve pedestrian safety with bump outs and raised crosswalks.
[NOTE: Recent parking studies have indicated we don’t yet need to build out additional parking. But when we do someday, this is what I want it to look like and where I want it to be]
Build a free, public parking structure behind where Scratch kitchen is. No paid parking. No public/private partnerships.
Now that we’re suddenly adjacent to multiple car dealerships, we need an ordinance to ban test driving of vehicles on town owned roads.