Feeling hopeful about the next generation in local placemaking efforts
Photo of a pedestrian bridge in Denver by David Garber, a DC ANC commissioner and producer of the And Now, Anacostia blog.
The website TBD has a piece, "Idea of the day: A pedestrian bridge across the Anacostia River," on David Garber, a "new" resident and activist in the Anacostia neighborhood, and one of his ideas, to build a pedestrian bridge over the Anacostia River, after seeing an example in Denver.
It's good to see that there are creative ideas in the next generation of local advocates. (I'm part of an in-between group, later stage urban pioneers from the 1980s and 1990s--not old, not young.)