Traffic Flow at High and Washington Streets to be Reviewed by Haverhill’s Traffic and Safety Board

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The public has opportunities to shape policy this week as various Haverhill boards meet. In the interest of transparency in government, WHAV provides this list of upcoming meetings every week.

The current traffic configuration at High and Washington Streets in the Mount Washington neighborhood is up for discussion when Haverhill’s Traffic and Safety Committee meets tomorrow.

Committee members will also hear a request for new crosswalk signs nearby in front of Benedetti’s Deli and Riley’s Corner convenience store.  Other discussion items include parking on Monument Street in front of Haverhill High School where students receive rides, speeding cars from West Lowell Avenue to River Street, a pedestrian crossing sign near Julian Steele Senior Housing on Washington Street.

Under old business, the Committee reviews a request for crossing signals at Cedardale, a stop sign at Klondike and Grandview Avenue and existing traffic lights at Webster Street and Kenoza Avenue. The full agenda is here.

The Committee meets remotely at 10 a.m.

In other public meetings this week:

Tuesday, July 21

Haverhill Board of Assessors meets remotely at 9 a.m., Tuesday, July 21. The agenda includes excise tax abatements, warrants and the status of new projects across the city.

Wednesday, July 22

Haverhill License Commission meets remotely Wednesday, July 22, at 2 p.m. Commissioners are expected to approve a request to transfer a common victualler license from Lucky Corner Enterprise to Winfeng doing business as Lucky Corner, 1155 Main St.

Thursday, July 23

The Washington Street Historic District Commission meets Thursday, July 23, at 5 p.m., at 41 Washington St. Members are scheduled to discuss a signage request for 38 Washington St. and the planned renovation of a building at 19-25 Essex St.

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