I'm hoping to borrow an old brush/broom from George to give the wooden bridge a good scrub as it's covered in slime and weed and is hazardous. I'm also ready to paint over the graffiti at the concrete hide which is now clear of water and is being visited by members of the public. All it will take is some (grey?) paint, a roller and tray. Although trails affected by water need maintenance, that is going to be a huge job that will require a lot of volunteers, additional materials and funding(?), which George has organized previously. Given the enormity of the task ahead, that may be best left till next year?
I wonder if the City has a plan in mind for the time when the water level drops to the bottom of the culvert (in a week or two?) because the top of the new weir will still be about 8 inches below that?
Stewart W. + photos