Providence Downtown Improvement District clean + safe team (aka the Yellow Jackets) clearing sidewalks downtown. Thanks guys!
Yellow Jackets working hard in PPAC Square clearing snow.
Yes, yes, the law says you have 8 hours until after the first light after it stops snowing to clear your sidewalk, blah, blah, blah… But, there is the law, and then there is sensibility and being a good neighbor. Of course, I had no doubt, even though they are not open, and not required to do so, per usual, …
Walking back from lunch today I came across some Downtown Improvement District workers updating the Information Kiosk on Weybosset street with a new graphic featuring the smiling image of a Clean & Safe Team member (aka Yellow Jackets). I forced one of the Yellow Jackets to pose for this photo, he was reluctant but smiled anyway.
Yellow Jackets, Parking, and National Grid.
Photo by Jef Nickerson The DID Yellow Jackets have been working all week planting plants, hanging baskets, and generally making Downcity shine. Even in this heat! Yay Yellow Jackets!
That photo, that’s all hanging flower baskets. The yellow jackets are out in force today hanging them around Downcity. Frank LaTorre reported to the Downtown Neighborhood Alliance earlier this month that the DID will have 248 hanging baskets, 60 planters, and 8 planting areas (such as traffic islands). All these numbers are up from last year.