With ANA helping arrange free city labor, and neighbors paying the materials, Callejon de la Igualdad got some long-needed repairs in August.
The bridge was widened and a curb added, years after a bad storm had knocked out a good piece of the bridge which was never repaired. The entrance of the Callejon was repaved, a project that has been over 15 years in coming.
Casa Cupula contributed half the cost of materials, and four other Callejon neighbors and ANA Members Rennaissance building, Ron Morgan, Tom Hicks and Tim Hainds contributed the rest so the entire project was completed without ANA funds.
The model of neighbors paying for materials and ANA corralling city labor is a good one that can be used in other areas where neighbors get together to pay materials cost.
Your ANA at work for Amapas.