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Ames Walkway (1887-Present):
Direct Path from Epworth Hall to
Burt Park; convenient, safe walkway
to Stoody Hall, Hoag Gallery, and
Asbury Retreat Center

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Ames Walkway (1887-Present):
Direct Path from Epworth Hall to
and from Burt Park; convenient, safe walkway to and from Stoody Hall, Hoag Gallery, and Asbury Retreat Center.


BOARD ACTION APPROVED
AS OF OCTOBER 14, 2017


Limit Parking on Ames in July and August to 15 Minutes.

Minutes of the October 14, 2017 meeting were approved at the 
April-May 2018 Meeting held at Hoag Gallery. 

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Board discussion of parking on Ames
  • The period of time in question for both no parking and qualified limited parking is the regular season for Institute events: July 1 through Labor Day (Monday).
  • 15 minute "parking" is for the purposes of pick-up and drop-off for those residents without direct driveway access to their cottages (one elderly resident, owning the second cottage from Genesee on the east side of the walkway, technically qualifies).
  • This also assumes residents will not abuse the privilege and will attempt to keep the lawn walkway as free from damage  (tire ruts and mud puddles) as possible.



The following is OUTDATED and UNOFFICIAL:
PREVIOUS THOUGHTS AND IDEAS from the Ames Dream Team



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Please NoteThe following section is outdatedLRPC is currently in a data collection mode 
involving neighbors, their needs and ideas.

PLAN B
June 9, 2017
Features:
  1. Creates an alternating but unbroken grassy path, 8 feet in width, from Genesee Ave. to Epworth Hall with marked Crosswalks over Haven and Hamline. (The width may be reduced in areas where residents have encroached upon Ames Ave., thereby leaving less than 8 feet available.)
  2. Gives everyone without other car access to their lot, a parking slot next to (or in front of) their property.
  3. Those already encroaching onto Ames Ave. by 4 feet or more, will not be able to obtain an additional 8.5 feet of Ames. Each resident's lot situation will be evaluated individually to insure fairness and equal treatment.
  4. Those wishing to have 2 or more feet along Ames Ave. for a strip of flower garden may check with the LRP committee to see if your property would fit the current patterns.
  5. For the technically minded, here is the sketch of what has been described above:


Fun Picture:  New $110 pillars with solar lamps on top (extra) are superimposed on a 1920 photo of Ames Ave. taken from the old Promenade walkway in Burt Park looking South down Ames.


Note the pole between the pillars which is a genuine part of the original photo and was there to prevent cars and wagons from driving on Ames Ave.







IDEAS

ARBOR 1Wide

ARBOR 2Medium

ARBOR 3Narrow

GARDENS AND PATHWAYS




 


























 


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