The Good to Great Neighborhood Improvement Program is moving into its fourth year of existence, and work plans to tentatively restart April 12. Last year, G2G worked its way through most of the seven neighborhoods scheduled for improvements. However, that effort was not without its pandemic-related delays.
Beginning tentatively on Monday, April 12, G2G will focus on asphalt renovations and a key new pathway in the Taylor Parks Elementary School neighborhood (Area #16 of the program). This work was originally scheduled to be finished last year, before it was sidetracked by pandemic-related problems. Area #16 includes the neighborhoods between Allen/Pelham, Ecorse, Monroe and the Wabash Railroad line.
Al’s Asphalt will be completing pavement replacement work on select asphalt roadways in Area #16, along with the extension of a pathway in Jaycee Park (behind Taylor Parks Elementary School). That extension will connect the park to Lorne Street and points east of Jaycee Park – Huron, Mayfair, Weddell, Jackson and Pelham.
Letters are being mailed directly to homeowners affected by the construction. Access to the roadways being worked on will be restricted for short periods of time. Curbside trash and recycling services will not be effected, but may occur as early as possible each morning. Residents should put their containers out before 7 a.m., and label them with their addresses, to avoid them being misplaced. Mail delivery will not be effected.
If you have questions concerning any by Al’s Asphalt, please call Jesse Kyle at (586) 531-2131.
G2G’s 2021 tentative schedule –
Area No. 16: Allen, Ecorse, Monroe and the Wabash Railroad line
Area No. 20: Beech Daly, Inkster, Pennsylvania and Eureka
Area No. 21: Wick, Ecorse, Beech Daly and Telegraph
Area No. 22: Wick, Ecorse, Telegraph and Monroe
Area No. 23: Wick, Ecorse, Monroe and Pelham