Edgewood and Auburn are already rapidly being revitalized, and in many ways it is because of this. i love it. Now they just need to add another train so you arent waiting 15 minutes for a train to show up ( you can pretty much walk the whole route in that time )
Fuqua posts his vCard with direct contact info right on his site: http://fuquadevelopment.com/about/
this guy must receive so much hate mail. i was compelled to actually look him up finally and see the face behind all this bafoonery. looks even more like a heartless douche than i imagined.
hey Fuqua, F*@K you!
". Fuqua’s level of commitment outweighs purely financial gain due to the desire to improve neighborhoods and communities" B.S. -- only thing driving this jerk is $$$ in his bank account
Turn the lots around Garnet station into a TOD with apartments, condos, street level retail -- encourage greyhound and Amtrak to fast-track their new station up by IKEA ( ever take a wlak around the greyhouse station? its sketchy )..
aside from that, there's the homeless problem definitely, but that seems improved in the past 5 years. The street car will help revitalize Auburn and Edgewood which will help greatly in connecting the eastside neighborhoods with the city center. and we need more Pubs, Bars, Restaurants, and maybe a grocery store.. and we need to re-vamp the parking regulations. im not 100% sure on the meter parking rules, but I think non-enforcement after 5pm like a lot of cities do would be a big help in encouraging people to come into down for dinner or other things. just my thoughts off the top of my head
they just dont get caught ; )
not a whole lot of graffiti fans in here i see.. none of these guys are gang members and none of them are going to carjack you or break into your house - its just art - you live in a big city people - its all part of the fun. get over yourselves
that being said, they took the risk when they painted and got busted - thats just how it goes.. but this is a waste of our taxpayer money
@jurban8 Hah! thats a good one
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