Nettleton Hollow keeps busy landscaping
Published 6:24 pm, Wednesday, November 10, 2010
The Nettleton Hollow Association, which serves the town of Washington, has been keeping an active schedule.
The non-profit, neighborhood association founded in the early 1970s has re-landscaped the corner of Nettleton Hollow and Washington roads in Woodbury, the southern entrance to Nettleton Hollow -- a scenic and historic area of Washington and Woodbury -- and part of the Pomperaug Watershed, after AT & T put in about a half dozen switching boxes a few years ago.
The NHA landscaping project is the second attempt at covering about a half dozen telephone switching boxes, and has cost about $9,000 so far.
Landscape architect Dirk Sabin of Washington worked on the first project and Garden Paws of Bethlehem worked on the current one.
For more information, visit http://nettletonhollowassociation.blogspot.com.