Association Raises Road Safety Concerns Regarding Development on Rt. 108

The Association’s Board of Directors provided written input to the Design Advisory Panel (DAP) in December on the Erickson Living Limestone Valley and River Hill Square projects. For both developments, the Association questioned the safety of the unsignalized entrances on MD 108. The Association also stressed the need for the projects to follow the Clarksville Streetscape Plan and Design Guidelines (February 2016) and requested expansion of the proposed pedestrian and bicycling amenities. Adequate buffering between the River Hill Square site and the adjoining parcels, consisting of residential, institutional, and open space, continues to be of prime community importance. To further integrate the proposed continuing care retirement community into the Clarksville/River Hill community, the Association asked Ericsson Living to expand on their linear park concept to create a gathering space that can be used by all ages. Here is the Association’s input to the DAP: Ericsson DAP Input – RHCA 12.6.17.  RHCA Input – River Hill Square #17-17

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