Wynnewood Heights wins $3,400 for garden, signs

WH-Sign Topper webThe Wynnewood Heights Neighborhood Association received a $3,462 grant from Mayor Mike Rawlings’ Grow South initiative.

The neighborhood association will use the money to support a garden, crime watch signs and street-sign toppers announcing the neighborhood’s name.

Crime watch volunteer Ethel Thomas says the neighborhood association adopted a median at Llewellyn and Bristol, and some of the money will be used to buy plants for it. The remainder will go toward signs, she says.

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  • $42 million to redo Riverfront Boulevard while the neighborhoods where people live are left to fight over scraps.

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