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Attack of the Killer Sidewalk

I was accosted last night, on leaving the movie theater (the SQO wanted to see Kong:  Skull Island again) by a patch of pavement.

I think it must have been tired of all the people walking on its face.   399 more words

City of San Diego May Shift Responsibility of Repairing Sidewalks Almost Entirely to the City

From the San Diego Union-Tribune – In the wake of a nearly $5 million city payout to a bicyclist injured by damaged sidewalk, San Diego Councilman David Alvarez wants a new policy shifting the responsibility of repairing sidewalks almost entirely to the city. 179 more words


Sidewalks of Wegrow, Poland

Wegrow is a small town (population: 12,000) in eastern Poland, located about an hour NE of Warsaw. I took these pictures in 2009 when I visited Poland on a pilgrimage to my paternal grandparents’ homeland.


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Broken cement, torn up grass left behind by Winnipeg snowplows over the winter

WINNIPEG — The snow is melting, the grass is revealing itself, and so is the destruction left behind by snow plows this winter.

Everything from front lawns, driveways and sidewalks have fallen victim to the blade of a snowplow over the past four months. 300 more words


Waterbury residents upset that some sidewalks still haven't been cleared

WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — Some residents are frustrated that sidewalks in parts of Waterbury still haven’t been shoveled three days after this week’s snowstorm. Though the city has been working since the storm to clean up the snow, there are some areas that residents say still need work. 343 more words


FEB 2017 Minutes

Lawrence Association of Neighborhoods (LAN) Meeting Summary – February 2, 2017

LAN met at 7:00 p.m., February 2, 2017, in Meeting Room C of the Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vermont Street with Co-Chair Courtney Shipley presiding. 1,031 more words