For those of you concerned about sidewalk repairs, tree trimming, and street repairs, check out this link to the Shaping Up the Fifth District website and look at the maps:
I have worked very closely with Public Works to batch repairs together by neighborhood which has resulted in more sidewalks being fixed each year. With sawcutting, we have saved the city 30% on sidewalk repairs and have increased the number of sidewalks being fixed.
We will soon be setting out repairs for this coming fiscal year. There is never enough money to fix all that need to be fixed.
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Tuesday, October 25, 2011
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