A neighborhood improvement project organized and sponsored by the Laurel Park Neighborhood Association drew many volunteers that put bricks back onto the street to restore the street to it’s 1920’s look.
The bricks had been reclaimed from city projects that required removal. The neighborhood association had worked with the city to save bricks for eventual replacement. This was the day for replacement.
Bricks needed to be cleaned, laced on a prepared bed, tapped into place and sand swept into the space between the bricks.
It was a good day for preserving the neighborhood character.