Monthly Archives: September 2014

Hazards to Navigation

Walking exposes one to many annoyances, not least of which, as I’ve said before, is other pedestrians walking on the wrong side of the street. But there is one stretch of my walking route where I can almost expect the … Continue reading

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Progress Report

Since I last wrote, some progress has been made at the two nearby construction sites, but it has been very sporadic. As shown in the photo below, the piers and foundation at 204 N. Bayview do follow the shape predicted … Continue reading

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A New Wrinkle

Yesterday as I drove past the intersection of Summit Street and St. James Avenue in Fairhope, I was intrigued by what I took to be a new addition to the stop sign, a mysterious yellow contraption on the top. This … Continue reading

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Latest Construction Report

Construction in the neighborhood is definitely getting more interesting. It now appears that the house I wrote about last week will be getting more than a new fa├žade. Judging from the marked-out area and the trenches dug presumably for footings … Continue reading

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