Monthly Archives: September 2012

Be a Good Neighbor: Trim Hedges, Create Safer Streets

Have you ever tried getting out of your driveway or turning on to a street and your view is blocked by a giant rhododendron bush or tree limbs?  While the landscaping may be nice to look at, vegetation that spills into the street or sidewalk not … Continue reading

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Colorful Addition to Intersection near Sherwood Forest Elementary

Did you ever notice those big metal boxes when you are waiting for a traffic light or the crosswalk signal?  Take a look.  They are everywhere throughout the City (positioned at 184 signalized intersections).  They are utility boxes and contain the inner workings of … Continue reading

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Back to School Edition

Yesterday was the first day of school.  Aside from the end of summer vacation, the start of school means there will be more people on our neighborhood streets as parents and school buses drop-off and pick-up children.  It can be frustrating getting stuck … Continue reading

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