2009

2009

2009

  • The CVS Pharmacy was completed using a more traditional design appropriate to TVSH.
  • TVSH initiated and designed a plaza on the corner of Old Shell Road and McGregor Avenue which was part of the CVS construction.
  • A historic plaque was placed in the Plaza by the Threadgill family in memory of the Henderson family, long time Spring Hill property owners. Three memorial benches were donated by the family for the Plaza.
  • A Transportation Enhancement Grant for $379,000 allowed construction of sidewalks down the south side of Old Shell Road.
  • The community raised money to purchase a Village clock to go in the plaza in front of CVS. The clock was dedicated October 2009 in memory of Van Rusling, founder of Carpe Diem and president of the Spring Hill Merchants Association from 1996 to 2004.
  • Thirteen signature Village streetlights were approved, purchased and installed by property owners in front of CVS and along the new sidewalk in front of Holiday Place, AT&T, and Regions Bank.
  • Ten Old Mobile iron benches were placed on the right of way in the Village. This was possible through the grant for urban planning.
  • TVSH worked with a local engineering firm and the City Traffic Engineering Department to redesign a safer, more attractive intersection at Old Shell Road and McGregor Avenue.  It included paved crosswalks, redesigned islands and new traffic signals. Construction costs for the new intersection, including decorative traffic light poles and crosswalk signals, were funded by City Council Member Gina Gregory with additional support from Council President Reggie Copeland. Appreciation is also extended to McCrory Williams,  The Mobile Area Water and Sewer System, Riley Stuart Supply Company, and the City of Mobile Engineering Department.
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