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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Annual Planting & Clean-Up at Sherwood Rec

SNV Spring 2015 flyer
Join neighbors for the annual spring planting and clean-up at the Sherwood Rec. Plant, weed, mulch, and then enjoy lunch courtesy of the Argonaut (1433 H Street).


Where: 640 10th Street
When: 10am-1pm Saturday, May 2nd

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I pay city taxes for these services to be provided by the city. Not to do the lawn care work myself for the neighbors on G St. to enjoy.

Anonymous said...

to 2:10:00. Well, if folks actually paid enough in taxes to support ity services, instead of fighting to pay enough to support the city, these events wouldn't be necessary... now ..would thgy?

pat said...

there is nothing wrong with taking a little ownership of your neighborhood.

I pay taxes too but i also stop and pick up trash on the street and put it in trash cans.

If everyone would give a bit of their time and skills as well as money, this would be a great city.

Anonymous said...

i'd rather argue over who is going to make my flower bed look nice than deal with what the citizens of Baltimore are doing and going through

Anonymous said...

The problem isn't the people paying taxes. It's the deadbeats who don't pay and then end up destroying the neighborhood on top. If you don't pay taxes you should be forced to clean up these parks as a means of contributing instead of just taking

Annoyingmous said...

Anon 2:10 is a troll. He/she makes pretty much the same illogical reply whenever there's a post about folks getting together to try to improve the environment in which they live. Don't feed the troll.

Anonymous said...

The DC government is wasteful. Employees are overpaid and can't be fired. I think the herd needs to be culled and then there would be plenty of money for these types of projects.

Anonymous said...

Hi Annoyingmous, this is 2:10:00 PM, My name is Chuck Murphy and the last time I posted on here was when I was trying to open a shoe store on the 1400 block of H street, which did not happen (mostly I think to the craze in DC to support restaurants over all other retail.) That was well over a year ago.

So, you have me confused with someone else...