Pequannock Walkable Communities Plan Available

A small photovoltaic panel and a small recharg...Image via WikipediaDuring September of 2010, I participated in a workshop to help make Pequannock a safer, more pleasant community for pedestrians.

The program, Walkable Communities, is run by the Morris County Department of Transportation and consists of a series of reviews, studies, and a workshop which culminate in a Walkable Communities Workshop Report.  The report is then made available to the municipal government as a list of recommendations about development and revision of the township going forward.

Many diverse departments and commissions participated in Pequannock's Walkable Communities Workshop.  Residents, the Environmental Commission, the Police Department, and the Department of Public Works were well represented, as well as town leadership.  Somewhat lacking was attendance by local business owners, who were alerted to the meeting, but did not attend.

The resultant document is now online for all to review:

Lincoln Park's Walkable Communities document (which came first) provides an excellent point of comparison:

Much thanks to Tom Andrea of the Environmental Commission (and a variety of other local activities), who spearheaded the entire project.

Christopher Lotito is a member of the Pequannock EnvironmentalHistoric District, and Flood Control Advisory Commissions as well as the author of  "Torrent," a book about flooding in the region.  Lotito's personal mission is to reduce new taxes, drastically reduce flooding, and preserve more green spaces for our children.  Christopher Lotito Profile

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