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Executive Summary
A. Key Findings
B. Recommended Plan
1. Marketing
2. Management
3. Streetscape
4. Municipal Parking
5. Gateways
6. Town Common and Walking Park
7. Facade Improvements
8. Funding Sources
9. Implementation Plan

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September 01

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Gateway Existing Conditions
Gateway Sketch One
Gateway Existing Conditions
Gateway Sketch Two

At both ends of Main Street create landscaped islands with signage that announces and directs the user to the Oakland commercial district as well as other important town locations (schools, town offices, etc.). Consider the addition of a banner system or signage system that further defines Oakland's downtown. Potential costs for a northern (Oak, Main and Church Streets) and southern (Main, Water, Dunn Streets and Routes 11/137) gateway treatment, announcing Oakland and downtown, is estimated to be $47,800 (rounded) with a 15.0% contingency fee to total $55,000 (rounded).

 

 


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