Sunday, January 15, 2006
Does reckless infill construction promote yard sales?
Examining neighborhoods is part of examining divested clutter. While meandering thought Atlanta’s in-town neighborhoods I can’t help notice the massive building going on in small lots and the razing of existing small domiciles to create McMansions designed for suburban nobility. Along the streets where this is happening are the ever-present yard signs objecting to the construction of these imposing and shadow casting structures. But my main concern is how does this affect the quality of yard sales? On this cold weekend where the temperature did not get up to 50 degrees such activity provided for the only sale in my vicinity. Today the destruction of a small home in Va. Highlands resulted in a estate/moving sale as the owners of the soon to be bull dozed home were also selling all the clutter in their house.
Posted by Tom Zarrilli/Cindy Zarrilli at 5:17 PM