So good news.
I spoke with the City of Albany, and they are asking me to put together a proposal for the plan to put those amazingly beautiful, romantic lights back up on Lark Street.
Now, I know a lot of people say that they miss those lights. Â But are there a lot of people who prefer to NOT have the lights up?
Before I start putting this proposal together, does it seem like something that makes sense to improve Lark Street? Â I mean, I think so. Â But you never know.
The plan is to find a way to put beautiful string lights on Lark Street that are cost effect, non-invasive to the property owners / tenants on the street, are easy to maintain, and overall… make Lark Street look beautiful and enticing.
Am I missing something?
My brother Steven, who is an environmental engineer, recommend that I contact the architectural / engineering who handled the Lark St. renovation project a few years back, and work with them since they are familiar with the mechanicals of the street.
Are there any other suggestions you think should be brought to the table.
Also, this is not a guarantee that this will happen. Â I appreciate that the City of Albany is even willing to hear the idea.
p.s. Lark Street BID, I would never even consider moving forward with this without getting your approval. Â Â