Concerned community members showed a clear division of support during a public hearing Monday night that discussed options for a proposal, which would change Zulette Avenue, between Jarvis and Hobart avenues, from a 2-way to a 1-way street, going north toward the newly constructed Waterbury Estates.
A public comment period revealed mixed feelings, with 10 of 20 speakers in favor of the change leaving the rest in opposition, according to the Department of Transportation.
The hearing, at St. Theresa School, resulted from a number of complaints filed with the DOT regarding what many believed to be dangerous conditions created by the street
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