- Maintain exterior appearances.
- Pick up trash litter etc.
- Keep sidewalks clear of debris, and in good repair.
- Maintain good exterior lighting to enhance safety.
- Engage community members to come together via: Neighborhood meetings, Community gardens, Crime watch, etc..
4 bed/1.5 Bath, 1 car Garage, Fenced.
4 bedrooms, one large full bathroom, and one half bathroom. Fenced, one car garage. All new roof and all new windows add utility savings! New floors, no carpet in this home! Beautiful, large home with high ceilings, built-in cabinets and shelves throughout. Filled with character and charm, large enclosed back porch! Just minutes away for campus, very close to Downtown Lafayette, Columbian and Murdock Park, easy access to 26/52/65. Great home for roommates-has a door to the upstairs to easily separate the spaces, 1st floor master and half bath, upstairs bathroom is large, and has a walk in closet for storage, plus a closet in the hall. The upper bedrooms (3) offer a split floor plan adding privacy and there is a sitting area at the top of the stairs that would be a nice light filled office in addition to the 4 bedrooms. $1200 month, plus $1200 deposit. One dog allowed, up to two cats allowed, with non-refundable $200 pet deposit. Credit check and previous landlord reference required. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
To read more about the artists and the project here is a great article from Dave Bangert @ The Journal and Courier: J & C Article
Downtown Lafayette, Indiana has an ever growing number of urban gardens that are made possible by multiple collaborations between local organizations and individual volunteers. Gardens such as these bring an element of nature and food to urban areas where they otherwise would not be. They have the power to increase community engagement, provide common ground for community members to gather, work, eat and connect, and in my opinion present an opportunity for everyone in our area to join together, regardless of any socioeconomic disparity. I think this unification and the things that create space for it to grow are crucial to being able to understand and support all of the people in our communities. Find out more at www.growlocallafayette.org.
I had a perfect morning seeing the spaces and people that make our community special, on the Urban Garden Bike Tour today, which had the bonus fun of touring past the Wabash Walls projects as they are in progress. Thank you to Wabash River Enhancement Program, Imagination Station, Tippecanoe Arts Federation, Bicycle Lafayette, Lafayette ReNew, Grow Local, Friends Of Downtown, Habitat For Humanity, Ian Thompson, Shannon Stanis, Ken McCammon and many others that are collaborating to make our entire community better for the environment and for us.
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