Plenty of people, that is, except those on Crescent Road. Cliff Montagna — a resident of the street that runs directly behind Terrain, from the fire station to McDonald’s — sent these comments to “06880”:
While we welcome Terrain to town and celebrate the wonderful renovation of this property, as a resident of Crescent Road, we are very concerned about the level of activity.
We have been awakened at 4 a.m. by truck deliveries. Workers are throwing trash on our front yards, customers and employees are double parking up and down our narrow, hilly street blocking our school buses, and customers are even parking in our driveways. To get into our homes, we have to call a tow truck.
The Planning and Zoning Commission did not do its due diligence for the residents of this quiet residential neighborhood when reviewing this site plan application. We are left wondering what to do to fix our neighborhood?
I’m not sure it’s the P&Z’s fault. The site is zoned for business.
But a bit more care — by deliverymen, employees and customers — would go a long way toward easing the burden on Crescent Road residents.
I’m sure the police and fire departments are happy to help too.