Quincy, MA PLUS

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  • 301 Newport Ave. Quincy, Massachusetts - Quincy
    Construction being done on two (closed) establishments without visible permits in windows.
  • 75 Billings St Quincy, Massachusetts - Quincy
    is zoned 3 family but 4 mailboxes
  • 230 W Squantum St Quincy, MA 02171, USA - Quincy
    Creative drainage
  • 140 Newbury Ave Quincy, Massachusetts - Quincy
    The construction fence at the old soccer field entrance behind North Quincy high school had fallen over. I'm inclined to believe that it was due to the storm earlier in the week. As you can see from the photo that I uploaded it is completely blocking the sidewalk for any pedestrians.
  • 220 Quincy Ave Quincy, MA 02169, USA - Quincy

    I believe that the Good Fortune Market's HVAC units on their recently completed addition are in violation of MA DEP Noise Control Regulation 310 CMR 7.10 and so far the City of Quincy has done nothing to look into or otherwise investigate. In accordance to 310 CMR 7.52 Enforcement Provisions:

    "Any police department, fire department, board of health officials, or building inspector or his designee acting within his jurisdictional area is hereby authorized by the DEP to enforce, as provided in M.G.L. c. 111, S 142B, any regulation in which specific reference to 310 CMR 7.52 is cited."

    Not sure what my next steps are but I will not stop until this issue is addressed.

  • 1001 Hancock St Quincy, MA 02169, Quincy, Massachusetts - Quincy
    Construction noise at this site has been constant and in violation of the City’s good neighbor policy since commencement of this project. Noise from the site can be regularly heard as early as 6am and as late as 11:30pm. Generally noise from the site extends into the evening daily (past 7pm). Most recently Saturday (10/15/16) I was awoken by loud beeping coming from this site at 6:45am. This particular noise sounds like the beeping produced by a truck or bus backing up, however the beeping continues all day without a break. This is not the first time the constant beeping has been present, but it was particularly disturbing on this occasion because I had the rare opportunity to sleep in. I understand that vehicles engaged in such work require safety features like beeping to alert those nearby of danger. However, the beeping never stops, so its purpose certainly cannot be to alert those in the area of danger. The beep is gratuitous at best. I understand the same developers are seeking to develop two adjacent parcels to this site. This is very concerning given the lack of respect the developers and their contractors have shown to the neighborhood during the course of this current project by permitting loud, noisy, and intrusive work to completed at all of hours of the day, often 7 days a week.
  • Anderson Road Quincy, MA - Quincy
    Resident states neighbor has 4 unregistered cars in driveway does not know address says just drive down street one of the vehicles has a water heater on the back of it for a year
  • 230 Quincy Ave Quincy, MA 02169, USA - Quincy
    Good Fortune Market receiving an 18-wheeler delivery at 01:30 AM Saturday morning. Loud enough to wake me up. This is unacceptable and against the markets stated times for deliveries after 08:00 AM. This market needs to stop these disruptive activities!
  • 86 Walnut Street Quincy, Massachusetts - Quincy
    There will be an attempt to change the variance of our neighboring property directly behind and next door to us. We are a very small residence, and the attempt will be to build a six story 60 foot building next door with even less room than zoning at present would require. I reached out to my Ward councilman and did not hear back. How can I get their proposal to be more modest and or to conform to current zoning regulations?
    Please help us with ideas.
    The proposal is for Myrtle Street and it'll attempt to be 50 units.
    I don't mind development, but how would something so huge attempt permissoln to allowed LESS of a setback, to in effect ruin our property?
    Any ideas would be helpful.
  • 307-311 Newport Ave. Quincy, Massachusetts - Quincy
    The fire occurred in Nov. 2015, the plywood covering one window is resting on the roof. Just need a strong gust of wind to cause it to fly over and land on an unsuspecting motorist or pedestrian. If the building owner cannot repair the building then they should sell it.
  • 301-305a Newport Ave Quincy, MA 02170, USA - Quincy
    Looks like there is a sheet of plywood that will go airborne during the next windy day and cause harm to unsuspecting drivers and pedestrians on Newport Ave near Wollaston t station
  • 1097 Sea Street Quincy, MA - Quincy
    The bald Van Tassel is liviing in the vacant store next to Manet Lunch. I saw him last Wednesday night at 9:30 pm riding a 3 wheeler ATV on the sidewalk, then turn onto Sea Street and pop wheelies. He then pulled it into the vacant store. The front dropdown gates were up. He and his girlfriend KATIE live in their, sleeping on the floor. They have a ton of candles burning because they don't usually have electricity. Candles within feet of the gas-filled ATV 3-wheeler.