The Thornton Park Neighborhood Association met on Monday, Feb. 11, and had a great turnout! Items discussed included speeding on streets throughout the neighborhood and how the City can help. A request for more doggy bag stations was also submitted to Commissioner Patty Sheehan, as the incidents of sidewalk accidents has recently risen. The latest quarterly neighborhood cleanup with the Thornton Park Main Street District was conducted on Saturday, Feb. 16.
Commissioner Sheehan and the Thornton Park Main Street District would like to contribute to a memorial tree and plaque for Terry Driscoll, probably somewhere on Washington Street.
Committee meetings for the annual fundraiser, A Taste of Thornton Park, will start Thursday, April 11. Volunteers are needed. Thornton Park is also creating a team of block captains to help disseminate the newsletter and help with other activities. Voting for vice president and neighborhood watch lead will be at the next meeting on May 13. The annual Easter egg hunt will be Saturday, April 20 at 10 a.m. in Langford Park Pavilion at the far rear pavilion—all are welcome!