Another photo from the archives. This toilet sat for months on a vacant lot. Normalized blight is the term we use to describe how certain environmental abuses persist for decades.
This was a pretty big pile
Now that we have turned the corner, here’s another example of what we’re trying to eliminate from our neighborhoods. Broken glass.
This is an easy challenge; let’s band together have a ton of fun for a good cause. We all know what we need to do. It’s time to use the limitless power of our collective minds and bodies to clean and beautify our neighborhoods.
Fly-dumped rubbish. A toilet base (wrapped in plastic) was recently added to the pile above. This particular section of South Perry is starting to become rather popular with fly dumpers. The other interesting issue to note is the “latency factor” relative to the resolution of these issues. Given the fact that there is a community […]
This is another photo from our files. We have seen countless examples of this in certain communities throughout Chicago. As a collective, we can dial-out this pervasive issue. Let’s go!
This was a pretty bad one. Thanks to a tip, we were able to get a quick pic, not that there was any rush. The sinkhole remained untouched for weeks. It was ultimately resolved.
From our archives. This photo is from 2013, and definitely a low point in regards to routine maintence of South Side parks. Latency is key relative to trash removal. This recepticle in Washington Park took several days to empty. We are very confident that the situation will significantly improve this summer.