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Now, we’ve also put together a map which we’ve sent out to all the residence in the areas.

And on the map, we’ve marked the proposed changes.

First they will plan mature pine trees to provide the shelter and shade

In order to address the traffic problems, the pavement of corner of Carberry and Thomas Str. will be widen.

This will help to reduce the speed of the vehicles entering Thomas St.

We think it’s very important to separate the local residential streets from the main road.

So the roadway at the entry the Thomas St. from days road will be printed red.

This should be mark it more clearly and add the signal for traffic to slow down.

One way to make sure the the pedestrians are safe is to increase signage at the intersections.

The ‘keep clear’ sign will erected at the junction of Elev. St. and Hill St. to enable traffic exit all time.

Somethings planning to do to help to control the flow of traffic in the area is to install traffic lights

half way down the Hill St. where it crosses days road.

Now, we haven’t only thought about the cars and traffic , of course, there’s also something for the children.

We're going to get school children in the area to research a local story, the life of a local sports hero perphas, and an artist will incorporate that story into panting on the wall of building on the other side of Hill St. from the the supermarket.

And finally, we agreed to build the new children playground which in the other end of hill st. cross the intersection with Carberry St.

Wonderful, now what’s the next stage

Well, the final plan...


Standing here in the foyer /ˈfɔɪeɪ/, you’re probably wondering why the box office isn’t here where the public would be expected to find it.

Well, you might have notice on you way in, although it’s part of this building, it’s next door

with the separate entrance of road.