Wednesday, June 11, 2008

NCAC Considers Intersection Funding Tomorrow

Redevelopment of a Buckingham intersection is up for funding tomorrow. The N. Thomas Street at N. Henderson Road intersection is the fourth of 24 projects throughout the county that the Neighborhood Advisory Conservation Committee will consider at its meeting tomorrow night.


By the end of a meeting in March, a copy of this drawing was covered in notes for minor changes to drainage, street light and bus stop placement. (Click to enlarge the image.)


The $123,000 project is likely to get funded as it is Buckingham’s first time to ask for funding through this source, and it is the top priority in the Buckingham Neighborhood Conservation Plan. The project has 65 “points,” (a scale used to rank projects). No other project has more than 65 points.

Patrick Hope, the Buckingham Community Civic Association president, has said in the past and reiterated in an email, that the project has a very slim chance of failure.

If funded, the project should be completed in about a year, said county planner Dan Reinhard, at a meeting in March.




Related stories and sites…
  • Pedestrian Safety and Visibility Are Topics of Meeting
  • BCCA Neighborhood Conservation Plan
  • NCAC Projects 2008

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