Hey I just wanted to know from some knowledgeable people on this forum what the true boundary between crappy WEst Port RIchmond and super-nice East Port Richmond is- as everyone knows, the LandVest story was finalll broken by both the Daily News and City Paper, and hats off to them for preventing the further deterioration of the neighborhood. However, I just don't think Aramingo is the steadfast boundary- just this last Saturday I was meandering up and down the streets around Aramingo on my bike and noticed a few things. A block party on Tulip and Auburn was virtually all black, with some two white and Puerto Rican kids running around A block party on Cambria and Chatham was all-white A block party at Ann and Tulip was pretty mixed. Tulip St from Ann to Alleghany didn't look as bad as people said it'd be, and Memphis and Agate actually looked alright. A block party at Cedar and Westmoreland was all-white Although it's very unfortunate, it seems as if the streets in West Port Richmond with the most blight tend to have the most minority residents- it is not racist but they tend to be renters rather than owners and thus have less of a stake in the preservation of a 'tight' Port Richmond. But what I've noticed is the boundary doesnt quite follow Aramingo. So where does it go? I know the blocks between Tulip and Alleghany, east of Ann are part of the Richmond school catchment, does that have something to do with it?