Sunday, January 3, 2010 - By Ben Berkowitz - 2 comments
Though NPR missed referencing the SeeClickFix issue where those determined to save the Solari Sign are congregating the issue still got a national press story this weekend:
152 Different people have commented on saving the last Solari Board on the North East Amtrak line. Most are for preservation. Some are for negotiation with the State on a compromise. Some are for tasteful recreation of the sign.
Either way its exciting to see residents so passionate about a piece of civic infrastructure. Caring about the place where you live in is what SeeClickFix is all about.
As Sid Burgess said to me the other day, "I just want people to be happy with where they live"
Here's the NPR story: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=122190224&sc=emaf - No hard feelings on the Credit NPR. We still love you.
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