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Photos: North Larchmont Boulevard Median Planting Begins


The medians on North Larchmont Boulevard are starting to look good! Trees were planted a few weeks ago and plants are being put in this week – adding color, depth and texture to this section of the Boulevard.

20140613_071542This North Larchmont Median Project (known as Phase II – the medians along the southern end of Larchmont Boulevard, installed more than 10 years ago, being Phase I) was championed by CD4 Councilmember Tom LaBonge and his former Chief of Staff Carolyn Ramsay. Design and construction were handled by the Bureau of Street Services.

The project was awarded grant funds as a part of the 2009 Metro Call for Projects. Community groups also contributed funding, including the Windsor Square-Hancock Park Historical Society, the Windsor Square Association, and the Hancock Park Garden Club.

So…what do you think? Share your thoughts in the comments.




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  1. It’s been a long time coming. Larchmont north of Beverly can transform itself into a walking/shopping/dining/learning street. This median creates a softer look and invites people to the area. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this.


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