This police officer on her phone in her cruiser was no help to me as I was forced to play a real life game of Frogger crossing Atwells and Dean this morning when the traffic lights were out due to the storm. The officer at Atwells and the Service Road was only slightly more helpful.
I went out for a walk last night during the storm. Here are some of the photos I took.
I lived in Portland, Maine in the early 90’s and we had snow that stuck on Halloween, other than that, I’m pretty sure this is the earliest I’ve ever seen accumulating snow. And of course I love snow, so this is great.
The lot with the gas station on it has already been cleared, the car wash on Valley Street and the building facing Tuxedo Avenue remain.
Image from Bing Maps A couple weeks ago a site fence went up around Garibaldi Park on Federal Hill (where the arch is). I recieved this notice from a tentant at West Exchange Center with an explanation of the work happening: Garibaldi Park Revitalization Project Sponsorship Opportunities The Omni Group is proud to formally announce that they have adopted Garibaldi …
More snow, only a little ranting.
195 Commission, no shoveling. Atwells Bridge, shoveled!! Garibaldi (city) park, not shoveled. 🙁
Barely any snow but the sidewalks are treacherous.
City Councilman Michael J. Correia was struck by a hit and run driver on Atwells Avenue Saturday evening.
RIPTA and the City issue RFP seeking enhanced pedestrian amenities in four Providence commercial corridors.
Repairs underway at the Federal Hill Arch?
A mini mart war is brewing on Federal Hill. Who will survive?
This bus stop on Atwells Avenue looks like it may have been a victim of the wind.
The American Tourister site in Warren is up for sale, Sen. Jabour’s study on Atwells Avenue is released, the Governor is heading south to check out the Texas Medical Center, and more in today’s News & Notes.
Currently, due to the snow, Atwells Avenue is a good 4 to 6 or more feet narrower than usual. Yet, cars are able to park on both sides and traffic is able to flow smoothly in both directions (in most areas, some places the snow is totally out of control). Which proves my point that the road is too wide …
As I was walking home I was pretty amazed that some sidewalks were actually dry, amazing! I ran into some problems in the LaSalle Square area and at the Atwells Bridge, where there was no way to get from the sidewalk into the street to cross the street. Those challenges were mostly forgotten as I was quickly making my way …