The Zoo Interchange construction is starting to wear on many of us who live in the middle of it. I'm not saying we should not have construction projects, but I know that when your house sits a few blocks from the biggest construction project in the history of the state, tempers might flare just a bit, and it's kind of expected.

 


Instead of standing on the driveway and shaking my head or waving my finger at all the trucks, torn up yards, barrels, and workers, I decided to take action and document what complaints are made and what results from those complaints.

I created a newsletter that I will try to deliver to neighbors, mostly to get them onto the website that will act as a place for those in our community to band together in order to make sure we maintain some semblance of the neighborhood in which all of us want to live.