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Letter: 34th Street plan is a good one

By Penelope Fabian, Vancouver
Published: June 15, 2024, 6:00am

In response to the June 11 letter from M.F. Roberts: There is every reason to change Southeast 34th Street. I drive this street too, as well as walk it every day. Traffic is way too fast and bicycles ride on the sidewalk because the roads are too dangerous, endangering me as a pedestrian. Now this person doesn’t want Vancouver Innovation Center developer to actually develop the land? The city, more than a year ago, posted notices all along 34th Street about the planned changes. I am one of the citizens in this city who absolutely approves of the proposed changes.

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