Thursday, November 29, 2012

Day 32: 29 November 2012

And suddenly, the fences are down and Glenwood Ave. is reopened to traffic. The area under the Farwell viaduct is still fenced off, and there are still porta-potties and heavy equipment there, so I assume that the project is still scheduled to continue at some point. A call to Alderman Moore's office yielded no information as to the status of the substation project. If you are involved with this project and can shed some light on why the work stopped and when it will resume, please leave a comment. If i find out anything more, i will post it here.

Postscript: Is it just me, or is Glenwood Avenue an awfully grand-sounding name for this stretch of glorified alleyway?

1 comment:

  1. I think its a great stretch of road, the smallest one we got that's a road it seems. It has had a problem with trash, but that has gotten better with neighbors working with the building management over there.


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