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We’ll join forces with Americorps volunteers on Saturday, April 2, at 9 a.m. We’ll meet at the Emma Family Resource Center at 37 Brickyard road, 28806, directly behind Emma Elementary at 9am. We will have coffee and pastries from West … Continue reading
Asheville City Council revised our sidewalk regulations at the Oct. 26 session. While it has always been the case that property owners are responsible for maintenance of public sidewalks that cross their property, the new rule has teeth. Failure to … Continue reading
Since last May we have cleaned sidewalks on all but three Saturdays and have reclaimed more than a mile of pedestrian walkways. Thanks to many volunteers from Montford, about half the work has been in that neighborhood. We’ve worked on … Continue reading
Here’s a short video of last week’s effort.
After we put in four Saturdays on the Patton Ave. sidewalk, we returned to neighborhood work last Saturday. Half a dozen folks helped clear a stretch along Cumberland, across from the Greek Orthodox Church. Altogether we’ve now had about 30 … Continue reading
We did about all we can reasonably do without heavier equipment. The sidewalk is very passable. At the Public Safety Committee meeting on July 20 we received reports from the Transit department, police department and comments from citizens. City Council … Continue reading
On July 10 we had eight volunteers working all morning. The Hillcrest bridge entrance is fully clear now and the sidewalk is in great shape for 2/3 of the way to the intersection of Clingman and Patton. Still some dirt … Continue reading
On July 3, eight volunteers made significant progress on the current project. We’ll be headed back July 10 to finish the job. Here’s a photo of City Council member Gordon Smith swinging a shovel.
(Photo by Bill Rhodes, one of the volunteers.) Seven of us took a whack at the sidewalk along Patton Ave, to the Hillcrest pedestrian bridge and the stairway to Chicken Hill. We made considerable progress, but there’s more to do. … Continue reading