We resume painting center mall curb ends. All materials will be on scene for volunteers – just show up with sleeves rolled up and comfy clothes for funny squatting positions 🙂
Meet-up 9AM at the corner of East Walnut and Lincoln Blvd. This will take approximately 2 hours total. Event page and more info is here: Volunteer Curb Painting, Part 2
And no, this is not illegal. The City gave us permission and will have workers there to help in every way. For those who would like to read up on this project, please read my last article here: TODAY WE PAINTED ROOSEVELT TO FRANKLIN. TOMORROW, THE WORLD!.
With a group of around eight, plus two city workers who supervised as well as helped, we were able to paint all the curb ends from Roosevelt to Franklin, south of Park Avenue. It leisurely took us just over two and a half hours.
Our next painting day will be Wednesday, May 4th at 9am. We will meet at Lincoln and E. Walnut. Event page: Volunteer Curb Painting, Part 2
A special thanks to Eastholme Civic Association and Police commissioner Michael Tangney for making this happen. Also, major thanks to LB Streets and to the wonderful residents who came out to paint! THANK YOU, ALL!
We have the Beach to Bay Civic, Eastholme Civic Association, Friends of North Park, High Rise Association, North East Bay & Canal Civic Association, West End Neighbors Civic Association & the Westholme Civic Association.
What other area on Long Island has so many civic associations!! Do we care about Long Beach or what?