Over the last month Sussex officials reviewed all the data collected at the multiple public forums on the project. It includes the attendee's comments and concerns regarding the reconstruction project, and with roundabouts officially off the table, other construction issues are being brought to the foreground.
Sussex Patch also has been hearing for readers about the project.
"(I) have concerns about the rerouting of Silver Spring and how that will negatively affect places like the SOS center since there will then be no easy way to get to them," wrote Mike in the comment section of a recent story . "That whole curvey 'S' design just looks so ugly like a snake weaving through the area."
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Residents voted in a recent Patch Poll regarding Main Street construction, overwhelmingly agreeing that the village's top priority should now be creating a bridge over the railroad tracks. However, Village Administrator Jeremy Smith is clear that won't be happening.
“Somewhere, many years in the future we could be talking about a potential overpass, but it’s just not likely at all,” Smith told Patch in May.
Tuesday's meeting will be about solving more specific problems with the functionality of the road. Between rerouting Silver Spring Drive to create a more traditional intersection with Main Street or simply diverting traffic off Main Street, Village Board members will have a lot to discuss.
This meeting is open to the public, and comments from residents will be heard after the board's discussion.