Stop the Prime Company's Development of the Durkee Street Parking Lot

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stephanie prince
1 year ago
I say no leace pur parking alone there is prime spot near the train station use it stop pushing people out of the city because this development will decrease buisness

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Brandon Anderson
2 years ago
I love my city.

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kayla larkin
2 years ago
The integrity, beauty, and honesty of Plattsburgh nerds to br preserved. This is a historical landmark and the current proposals destroy whats so prefect about this city and its people.

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George Coger
2 years ago
It’s getting to the point where I dislike going to downtown Plattsburgh. We would love to shop and eat there. You take away parking then you kill local businesses. Way to run a city.

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peter regnier
2 years ago
This plan will ruin the City of Plattsburgh

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Mary Lavorando
2 years ago
The lack of parking has always been an issue; taking the parking lot away is not a solution.

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Kristi Pottichen
2 years ago
I use this parking lot all the time. I feel the lot should not be sold to the highest bidder. As it is the Farmers Market is a favorite of mine. No more free giveaways to big business

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Shannon Bond
2 years ago
I’m signing because I don’t think this is beneficial to our city.

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Edward Ackey
2 years ago
This is not what downtown needs, and for the Mayor, this is how democracy works, the people of Plattsburgh are speaking against this.

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Robin Brown
2 years ago
I’ve lived in Plattsburgh more than fifty years and this would be another tragedy if it is implemented. I was slow to join the opposition, but it has become more and more clear this is the wrong way to develop our city. So many people have presented the reasons why this is not good for the city. Councilors and Mayor, it is time to acknowledge the problems and flaws and be willing to cancel this and learn from the process—and accept that change can be bad change.