Thanks to all the Hanscom Park area families that participated in the recent AARP Shredding Event held at the Center Mall, 42nd & Center. AARP representatives report that more than 825 vehicles passed thru the gates of the shredding event and that was a significant increase over 2012. There is a report on total poundage
There has been a lot of discussion in our neighborhood area regarding options to slow down traffic on 32nd Avenue. The City has proposed a protected bike lane on 32nd Avenue from Woolworth to Wrights Streets, as it would narrow the traffic lanes to slow down traffic. The protected bike lane was also proposed because
Saturday, May 17th, 2014 — Free Personal Document Shredding Event, sponsored by AARP Information Center and Shred-It Co at the Center Mall, Top Level East Parking Lot on Saturday, May 14, 2014. Runs from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Enter at 40th and Center Sts. Public welcome. Call 402-398-9568 for more information.
The city of Omaha will spend $75,000 on neighborhood associations around town for a variety of improvement projects. Three of those neighborhoods — Ford Birthsite, Hanscom Park and Leavenworth — are set to benefit from $12,000 of the funds. The three neighborhoods started a project called You Are Here. The idea is similar to shopping
The much-needed spring rains that came on Sunday, April 13, 2014, have really greened things up. And now, if you haven’t already, is a good time to go out and clean out the waste-water gutter receiver near your home. Though it is generally considered to be the City of Omaha’s responsibility to clean those waste-water