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found beside Bodega—main grocery store in Industrial Heights, present a concern. On all four neighborhoods, stray animals—cats, rats, birds, and dogs, are present, however in Industrial Heights stray animals are everywhere. Most of the residents live in condominiums and apart-ments, and private properties are fenced with a no trespassing sign.
C228 TASK 1 V3 9The main source of transportation are cars, bus, and several residents are seen walking in the neighborhood. Train tracks are noticed above Nightingale Square and Acer Tech Center, but it was difficult to trace the location of the train station. Acer Tech Center is the only neighbor-hood citizens are seen cycling, jogging, and pet owners walking with their pets. Both Casper Park District and Industrial Heights citizens are riding motorbikes. Nightingale Square has the only gas station in city that provides fuel for the entire city. According to Alice Clark, a disabled immigrant, the city made streets, stores, and restaurants handicap accessible, however city buses is still in progress. In Nightingale Square many service centers (i.e. laundromat, pharmacy, pharmacy, gym, barbershop, and dental services); stores (i.e. Joe’s Grocery, convenience stores, coffee shop, and East Side Delicatessen); governmental agencies (i.e. Department of Public Health, and Depart-ment of Park and Recreation); a social agency (i.e. Senior Living Center); restaurants (i.e. Italian restaurants, and Lily’s restaurant), and brewery. In Acer Tech Center, there are couple of stores (i.e. donut shop, coffee shop, and street vendors—fresh fruits and vegetables); a social agency (i.e. Community Center); a radio station (i.e. Radio Buzz 96.5—public announcements are broadcasted); a historical place (i.e. City Center Historic Hotel); a healthcare institution (i.e. Sen-tinel City Healthcare System), and municipal services (i.e. City Hall). Casper Park District has a child daycare center (i.e. ABC Day Care); housing projects (i.e. Affordable Housing Project); stores (i.e. convenience stores, Al’s Cash and Checking, book store, fine arts gallery, a donut shop, and a street vendor—selling produce); and a restaurant (i.e. Japanese restaurant). In Indus-trial Heights there is a government agency (i.e. Department of Transportation); stores (i.e. Bode-ga Grocery and Deli, game store, and convenience store); a health clinic (i.e. Better Health Clin-
C228 TASK 1 V3 10ic); an educational institution (i.e. Sentinel City School District); a church (i.e. Interfaith Church); an entertainment establishment (i.e. Trattoria Sagra and Bar); housing project (i.e. Re-development Housing Project), and factories (i.e. industrial and brewery) All four neighborhoods demonstrates activity and vibrancy. Several citizens are seen uti-lizing the park in Nightingale Square—playing tennis, and basketball, mostly teenagers. At Joe’s Grocery area, a diverse population—Caucasians, African-Americans, ethnic groups, handicap, seniors, couples, and families with their pets, are seen socializing and watching street entertain-ers. In the same area, a police car with its siren on is nearby suggesting an active part of the neighborhood ensuring public’s safety. The City Hall in Acer Tech Center, citizens are protesting