Montgomery Advertiser reports
With help from Decatur’s Department of Parks and Recreation, the Friends of Delano Park are working to complete the third and final phase of the Playground and Garden for All Children project, the Tennessee River-themed River Wild garden.
“It’s going to be like walking through the Tennessee River valley,” said Anne Daigh, the landscape architect working on the project.
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Chicago Tribune reports
In recent weeks, scores of walkers, joggers, bicyclists and others have discovered the riverwalk that just opened on the Chicago River’s south bank. Stretching from east of the Michigan Avenue Bridge to Wabash Avenue, with an extension to State Street due to wrap up in early July, the handsome, people-friendly public space marks the latest step in Mayor Richard Daley’s ambitious drive to make the riverfront a prime public space downtown and in the city’s outlying neighborhoods.
read the full article @ the SOURCE: City’s second waterfront: Riverwalk improved, but hurdles remain