Housing/Health Issues PLUS

Housing/Health Issues

Open Issues: 252 Closed Issues: 927 Uppmärksammade Ärenden: 31
  • 1600 Crain Hwy. S. Glen Burnie, Maryland - South Gate
    We are the first floor tenants of the building and have been experiencing bathroom and sewage backup almost on a daily basis. I have been continually by landlord and the plumbing company that it is due to flushing materials such as paper towels or feminine tampons however bathrooms are not even flushing with human bowel movements let alone feminine tampons. Frequent sewage overflows creates a non hygienic environment in a medical office as well as creates inconvenience to our clients patients. Landlord refuses to take any steps to rectify the drainage issue despite numerous requests by me. I would like the plumbing system inspected and tested for proper flow/drainage as i believe there is an inherent problem to the plumbing system either due to design or piping which the landlord refuses to correct.
  • 298 Cape Saint John Road Annapolis, MD - Parole

    The ongoing delayed operations to complete the new sewage pumping station are running loud electric generators and disturbing the peace in the surrounding neighborhood. It seems that the system could be powered by silent BGE power that is readily available. Why not? The result has long since become intolerable and something needs to be done to reduce the noise pollution being emitted by this operation.

    I'm a member of the Cape St. John Civic Association and I request an answer to my question above and an explanation of how this will be addressed. I'm at 443-254-4712 all the time.

  • SewageÖppna
    4611 Kramme Avenue Baltimore, Maryland - Brooklyn Park
    vacant home smells like raw sewage. Possible sewage back up inside
  • 2914 Chestnut Edgewater, Maryland - Londontowne
    trees trimmed as well
  • 311 Wilson Blvd. Glen Burnie, Maryland - Ferndale
    main water line coming into house has leak inside foundation, flooding basement.
  • 885 Mount Zion Marlboro Road Lothian, Maryland - Anne Arundel County, MD
    I feel the landlord does not have the proper plumbing or sewage system set up for his apartments. One house with 4 different areas all on one well and one septic. One area is a office and 3 other others are living quarters which 2 of the areas he rents out to tenants. Uses one address so no tenant can receive any utilities in their name. The whole building has plumbing issues. Loss of water when it rains to hard or someone else in another part of building is using water. He owns a company which he runs out the office. He also has water running down to the shop on same property from the house.
  • 439 Poplar Leaf Dr edgewater, Maryland - Selby-on-the-Bay
    sewage is backing up into our house
  • 5501 Sands Rd Lothian, Maryland - Anne Arundel County, MD
    We are having flooding issues as a result of some unauthorized construction. There is also significant mold and structural, electrical, and foundation issues. The home is uninhabitable with severe roof leaks as well.
  • 1147 Riverview Drive Annapolis, Maryland - Cape St. Claire
    had a sewage back up late in April. Had the line replaced. Had another back up two weeks ago. Had air testing done that showed Moderate Alternaria on 8/6. Homeowners insurance says they have paid for two remediation companies to come out and will not do another. Those were on 4/30 and 6/29. I have had to call 911 two times because I couldn't breathe. That was on 4/25 and 7/24. Last time I was in ICU for two days. I don't know what else to do. I fear my house is sick and it is making me and my dogs sick.
  • 4611 Kramme Avenue Baltimore, Maryland - Brooklyn Park
    House smells like raw sewage, it’s sickening to see no one has tried to solve this problem.
  • 417 Martin Millersville, Maryland - Severna Park
    A septic system is leaking and the yaRd at the listed property is full of sewage.
  • 8300-8312 Dock Rd Pasadena, MD, 21122, USA - Anne Arundel County, MD
    When Wharf Creek was closed until April 1 the department put up signs. Now that it is open, please retrieve the sign left at the intersection of Dock Road and Chesapeake Place.