Warren gets new bus shelter

J.R. Bacorn, of Warren, far left, drives a forklift while Michella Comanescu, of the Economic Justice Team, center left, Jack Bacorn, of Warren, center right, and Miles Jay, also of the Economic Justice Team, far right, help guide the bus shelter to the proper location in front of the Smart Food Store on US Route 422. Volunteers with the Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership placed two bus shelters throughout Warren on Tuesday to give residents places to safely wait for transportation.

J.R. Bacorn, of Warren, far left, drives a forklift while Michella Comanescu, of the Economic Justice Team, center left, Jack Bacorn, of Warren, center right, and Miles Jay, also of the Economic Justice Team, far right, help guide the bus shelter to the proper location in front of the Smart Food Store on US Route 422. Volunteers with the Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership placed two bus shelters throughout Warren on Tuesday to give residents places to safely wait for transportation.

J.R. Bacorn of Warren, far left, drives a machine while, from left, Michelle Comanescu of the Economic Justice Team, Jack Bacorn of Warren and Miles Jay of the Economic Justice Team help guide a bus shelter to the proper location in front of the Smart Food Store on Youngstown Warren Road. Volunteers with Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership placed two bus shelters in the city Tuesday as part of the Economic Justice Team’s Adopt a Stop program.

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