First it was Talbot Avenue, crosswalks, bike lanes, parking strips, and 'adjusting' the Codman Square traffic flow. Very nice.
Then it was Blue Hill Avenue, done at the beginning of rush hour, that made Morton Street/Rt. 203 an attractive alternate route. Didn't MLKing Blvd get redone, too?
Now tonight it sounds like Marine One is hovering low, in front of Roxbury Community College. Our stimulus dollars have arrived circa your house.
The spreader machine with its dump truck tender is surprisingly quiet. It's the growler in the picture on the bottom (and its mate) that make all the low rumbling noise.
The politicians want you to know that all that American Recovery and Reinvestment Act dough is well spent. Here's what the Feds have to say. This is the Commonwealth's take on things. The City of Boston provides its accounting here.
Breaking out the hammers at the Kittredge House
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