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In a nationwide Valentine’s Day “Public Display of Affection,” many of you shared your love for revitalized vacant places and the people who have poured their hearts into transforming them as part of the #LoveThatLot campaign.
Some even took it to the next level and hosted in-person celebrations. A special shout-out to the City of Salisbury, Maryland, where Mayor Jake Day and other city leaders braved the cold bearing large cut-out hearts emblazoned with #LoveThatLot to take group photos at all of the formerly vacant lots in the city that have been transformed into urban gardens.
Thanks to all of you who participated in this year’s #LoveThatLot campaign! Enjoy some of the highlights below.
Published: February 2016
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