Tuesday, October 26, 2010


Just opposite 1217 W. Chase Avenue is a circular 'focal point' for the turn-around (Chase ends at the Lake Michigan Shore) which is populated by a large Scotch Pine, which attracts wildlife.

One of the neighbors planted sunflowers there this year, and as you see, they are stripped! I believe they were planted for the birds, who must have had some hearty chowdowns this autumn!

The question I have, however, is how much asbestos dust did the poor birds and the many squirrels in this area ingest along with the seeds since greedy Swanette Triem began building her parking lot on the asbestos-ridden remains of the North Shore School?

(See previous post: "Swanette's Lot: Above the Law?")