Seems a Kirtland citizen has been. In response to the June 15 News-Herald tale about Painesville’s revitalization initiatives: Think about this: 1. Painesville’s Main Street has lost most, its business blocks. 2. It’s a downtown mostly given to government. 3. The once-flourishing Main Street has around seven stores now.
Therefore, how can Painesville ever return to what it was– filled up with busyness once, a Mecca where browsing and shopping brought pleasure to one’s senses and income to assorted merchants. It’s neglect resulted in some slowly decaying close by neighborhoods. Where is the satisfaction of place? Blame for Painesville’s unfortunate situation goes back a long time. Let’s lock those thoughts in a vault and truly relax to consider the near future. A chance recovery would be to give Main Street a two-story business building extending from St. Clair Street to State Street (The kid and Family Services building could dominate space on East Washington formerly occupied by a healthcare facility).
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This would produce a semblance of balance with stores on both edges of Main Street and the feeling of the downtown middle. On East Main Street demolishes the bare previous hotel would create space if for not stores then perhaps a pavilion or playground area under the shelter of the lovely old trees and shrubs.
On my moves around the united states I have visited many towns like Painesville where previously empty stores now house classic shops turning a “lost” downtown into a flourishing place with consumers aplenty. Could this be the answer to Painesville’s dilemma? This historic as soon as beautiful town languishes as it waits In the mean time, and waits, and waits for the wonder of rebirth.
I pray it is soon. I’d say a fairly fair assessment of Downtown Painesville. The question I’d ask do you spend over 1.3 million dollars in a two-block ‘streetscape’ before some of these ideas become realities? In her travels does she find other metropolitan areas like Painesville, putting the cart in front of the equine?
What are the chances of the county moving to East Washington, who will invest in a two-story stop of buildings? What will be accomplished will be fewer parking places, six-foot wider sidewalks with few fences, and an extremely narrow Main Street. 65.91 qtr.) Up to 2 green totes plus the recycle tote. 34.per month if you add a 4th tote Cannot have more than 4 totes 13.