No, nothing happening here. The entire investment into Bob’s new office appears to be two small logo/stickers on the door, and a couple of faded work permits. Oh, and what may be a disconnect notice from Citizen’s Energy Group.
Now let’s move on to Georgia Street.
Workmanship evidently gave way to expediency. Pretty much all of the pavers laid are loose. They rattle and click as cars or bicycles roll over them. It doesn’t
seem any sand was brushed into the cracks to lock things in place.
The lovely wooded planks they installed throughout already look like they’ve been there for 10 years instead of 10 weeks.
And the most baffling of all, somebody decided to place a large (18 inch cube) stainless steel box right in the middle of the paver walkway. Travelling eastbound, it almost disappears in the clutter of everything else around. It’s the perfect height to flip a pedestrian or cyclist head-over-heels.
All in all, the job appears rather poorly thought out.
New parking Spaces!
For some reason, perhaps the cost of parking at the meters, people seem to think the points where traffic crosses Georgia is parking for the privileged few. The white pickup truck was driven by a guy who got out, walked all the way down to Capitol Ave, opened a trash bin, removed the trash can from inside, got out a tape measure, and (I kid you not) measured the inside of the trash bin.
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