In my beautiful historic 100-year-old Detroit neighborhood called Boston-Edison, the City of Detroit installed exquisite old-style lampposts that match the architecture of the area.
Are well-lit streets too much to ask for? Can't the City afford lightbulbs?
Also in my neighborhood are heaps of trash just dumped by people who could care less about the neighborhood or the City. What is so hard about putting trash in the Courville Dumpsters? In my humble opinion, it says a lot about people who think nothing is wrong with dumping trash in back of their houses or just anywhere on the streets.
Is it too much to ask that people think more of themselves and the area in which they live to keep it clean and well-taken care of?
What can be improved in your Detroit neighborhood? Is it up to the City or up to the City's residents? Or both?