When Will Muldoon Residents Get Their Own Community Park?

OPINION: Muldoon doesn’t need another strip mall. We need a designated space to enjoy nature and renew our spirits, physically and emotionally. Our community would benefit from the fulfillment of this long held dream of a community park. Funds have been appropriated. So I ask: When will Muldoon get its share of the pie?

Guest editorial by Muldoon community activist Mary Jones, a 34-year Alaska resident dedicated to compassionate activism and tireless community involvement in East Anchorage, in the Anchorage Daily News/Alaska Dispatch News, July 12, 2014.

Windstorm cleanup resumes, Arnold L. Muldoon Park

Windstorm cleanup Arnold L. Muldoon Park.

Mark Hill directs windstorm cleanup Arnold L. Muldoon Park.

Volunteers are needed 5-7 p.m. Tuesdays for wind storm cleanup and wildfire mitigation work in Arnold L. Muldoon Park, 3200 Creekside Drive. Bring work gloves, protective gear and chainsaws and/or ATVs, if you have them. We will load out brush and wood to that area. After the work session any firewood removed will be made available, first to participants and then to any other neighbors who would like to stock it at their homes for emergency fuel. This crew works from 5-7 p.m. every Tuesday. Call or e-mail Mark Hill at 333-9935 for information.