[Noisebridge-discuss] parklet at noisebridge?

Brian Morris cymraegish at gmail.com
Mon Nov 21 17:19:48 PST 2011


I feel a parklet could be an excellent way to develop community
relations in the neighborhood. I also like the idea of sharing
arrangements with neighbors.  Participation aids development.

On 11/21/11, Joseph Brenner <doomvox at gmail.com> wrote:
> Just Duncan <justduncan at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> I'm trying to think of one already existing on a crowded commercial
>> street with 2 bus lines running so close or any nearby.  The nearest
>> is up by Revolution on 22nd(?).
>
> One of the first was in front of the Mojo, on Divisidero.
>
>
>> These parklets are exempt from no sit/lie (yeah!), but the one at 17th
>> & market has gotten to be a big space for panhandlers.
>
> Yes, I'd be... interested in seeing this happen just to watch the
> discussion here on how to deal with it turning into a homeless camp.
> Parklets tend to be businesses with a staff to deal with the public,
> e.g. the fellow at the coffee place at the 4th & King Caltrain, who I
> just saw casually holding an aluminum baseball bat while shooing
> someone away.
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