The sign is severely sun-bleached.
Trash on the ground. Walking the streets puts one closer to the issue. We see this quite frequently, but that doesn’t diminish the initial reaction. Let’s dial this out!
Bags of trash. Thanks to a visitor for uploading this. When the collective shifts into action, the potential for positive change increases exponentially.
Excessive, embedded trash on the ground. This issue has been frequently discussed on a local, African-American radio station. The corner has been turned, but consistent upkeep remains a consistent uphill battle. We’re still encouraged.
Tall vegetation is at it again, partially-obscuring the fire hydrant.
Tall vegetation surrounds a stop sign pole, in addition to random plywood on the ground. For the sake of scale, the weeds are al tall as the political (Willie Wilson) sign on the ground.
The weeds continue to grow and further obscure the fire hydrant. This street definitely has recurring issues in this vacinity.
Brush on the ground.
The stop sign provides scale relative to the vegetation.
Thash on South Wentworth.