You may have noticed the bat house located in the field on the Armistead Rd. side of McCord Park. This structure, and the Little Library in the park, were constructed as part of James Ford’s Eagle Scout Project for Betton Hills in 2016. Guess what . . . it has bats!
The electrical power generation station being constructed on Medical Drive will be conducting some pre-operational systems checks. What does that mean for Betton Hills neighbors? Find out!
If you’ve been on Betton Road the last few weeks, you’ve noticed the orange barricades on the sidewalks . . . and backed up traffic on the road during off-peak daytime hours. The City of Tallahassee’s Underground Utilities and Public Infrastructure crews have been hard at work replacing cracked sidewalk sections and milling down uneven joints.
Last April, the BHNA sponsored a variety of events to reflect on living on our increasing threatened and fragile Earth . . . and to celebrate new Earth-friendly ways of living. The City of Tallahassee had encouraged neighborhoods to do these events rather than it conducting a city-wide event. Neighborhoods reported their activities to the City’s Parks, Recreation, and Neighborhoods Affairs Department. There would be a prize for the most impactful neighborhood effort. We won!
We didn’t need a survey to find out that the Food Truck Night at McCord Park in April was a big success. However, we did want to find out more from neighbors to plan for future food truck nights. The results are in. Check them out!