Posts made in June, 2012

Whitewater Rodeo, Bocce,Movie

Jun 26, 2012 in Bocce, Entertainment, Events, Miscellany, Neighbor News

Whitewater Rodeo, Bocce,Movie

Bocce, Movies, BBQs- all in the West End. This Saturday, the Upper West End will have a neighborhood cookout AND the White Water Rodeo promises lots of fun at the creek right at Pierson Street Bridge. If that doesn’t suit- there’s other choices a mere walk away. Lucky us! West End Summer Bocce- Every Friday at DeMeo Park. Bring...

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First Day of Summer

Jun 20, 2012 in Development & projects, Miscellany, Neighbor News, West End Artists & Performers

First Day of Summer

Summer officially begins on June 20th- that’s today! The weather is nice, kids are out of school and it is time to make every day count. West End Summer Bocce- Every Friday at DeMeo Park. Bring a dish to share. Family and dog friendly. Location: DeMeo Park 810 Polk Street Time: 6 p.m. June 23rd, Saturday- Ken Risling &...

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Do you Smell Burning Rubber?

Jun 16, 2012 in Development & projects, Miscellany, Neighbor News, Public Meetings

Do you Smell Burning Rubber?

What’s that awful smell? Is something burning? We just found out the BoDean Asphalt Plant will making rubberized asphalt over the next few weeks during the night. This type of asphalt is very odorous, if you smell the asphalt the Bay Area Air Quality Management District wants to hear from you. The complaint line is 800-334-6367 A look at...

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Asphalt, the West End and City Council

Jun 13, 2012 in Development & projects, Neighbor News, Public Meetings, Videos

Asphalt, the West End and City Council

This is an important issue that every West End and downtown resident should pay attention to. There are opportunities for you to find out more information and to give input- see below: June 19th, Tuesday- Notice of Public hearing. The BoDean Asphalt Company (located at 50 Maxwell Court near West College Ave and the railroad tracks) has applied to...

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Back to the Future- it started with the train

Jun 12, 2012 in Development & projects, Miscellany, Neighbor News

Back to the Future- it started with the train

 Let’s face it folks, when this city was developed everything was based on the train. Once train service disappeared, Railroad Square and the West End Neighborhood were forgotten and forlorn. To add insult to injury, a gigantic Mall dissected our area from the other side of downtown. Through years of hard work, our area has rejuvenated and now with...

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