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1. When are sprinklers required?
2. Who can design or install sprinkler systems?
3. Will I need permits?
4. How much will it cost?

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1. Is my property at risk of being flooded?
2. What can I do to protect my property?
3. How can I purchase flood insurance?
4. How can I prevent my property from floods?
5. What if my property is not the floodplain?

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1. What is being done during this project?
2. With the state paving scheduled for the fall, will the City’s reconstruction project meet up with the State project in the fall?
3. Can you elaborate on the two different layers of pavement?
4. Are both paving projects being done by the State?
5. What does a typical road look like now, what will it look like after reconstruction? Width of travel lane?
6. How wide will the sidewalk be?
7. What are the driving detours?
8. How will traffic be managed?
9. How will property owners be able to reach their homes?
10. Will clients be able to access parking on my property?
11. Can there be on-demand lights notifying drivers that there are pedestrians at the crosswalk?
12. From what time to what time, and how many days a week will the reconstruction take place?
13. How will traffic be affected on Derby Drive?
14. What about the big, heavy trucks? Will those go on Derby drive?
15. How much is the bike lane costing the city? Will it be on both sides of the street?
16. Explain temporary water line.
17. How will water pressure be affected? Will the new system’s pressure make the old pipes at Independence Green/Colonial Drive burst?
18. Will we be without water service? For how long?
19. While we’re doing this project, can we put utility/power lines underground?
20. Why can’t we put conduits underground so that we can put the power lines underground in the future?
21. What will the pedestrian route look like?
22. Will the pedestrian detour be far from Northfield Street?
23. What will be done about stormwater management/treatment?
24. Are there any eminent domain issues?
25. The current sidewalk has been eaten up by vegetation, what will be done to prevent it from happening this time?
26. The slope near the T.W. Wood house is causing rocks and debris to go onto the road/sidewalk. What will be done about this? Retaining wall?
27. Where will the crosswalks be?
28. When will there be a sidewalk extending to Freedom Drive?
29. Will any trees be removed? Pine tree by crosswalk?
30. How high are the retaining walls? What are they made of?
31. Gravel and rock from driveways spill down Northfield Street to Prospect Street during storm events. What can be done about this?
32. Where will the staging area be?
33. Already, it’s difficult to drive up/down Northfield Street during winter storm, what will we do with the narrower roads?
34. Why are we using concrete on some stretches of sidewalk, and asphalt on other?
35. Will we be reusing granite curbing?
36. How will we receive communication?

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1. Why are we getting these fancy new meters in the first place?
2. I loved my cash key! Why couldn’t there be a cash key function on these new meters?
3. What if I don’t want to use a credit or debit card?
4. Why is there a minimum payment of $2.00 on the credit card, anyway?
5. When are all of the meters going to be replaced?
6. Where are the old meters with the cash key function?
7. Can I get my money back on the cash key?

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1. What is Restorative Justice?
2. What is the difference between Restorative Justice and our traditional legal system?
3. Why is it called Restorative Justice? Who Is being restored?
4. How widespread is Restorative Justice?
5. How effective are Restorative Justice processes?
6. Can Restorative Justice be used in serious cases?
7. Is Restorative Justice "soft on crime"?
8. Isn't it simpler just to go to court?
9. What if the victim does not want to participate in a Restorative Justice process?
10. Is Restorative Justice appropriate for "victimless" crimes?
11. How is "community" defined for the purposes of Restorative Justice?
12. Do lawyers participate?
13. What are some CJC Restorative Justice programs?
14. Do victims have to participate?
15. What is expected of victims?
16. What kinds of things are appropriate to ask for to “repair harm”?