THE GREAT FLOOD OF QUINCY Archived

260 Furnace Brook Pkwy Quincy, MA Show on Map Hide Map
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Reporter

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Issue ID:

221201

Submitted To:

Quincy, MA

Category:

Street Lights

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Neighborhood:

Quincy

Reported:

on

Tagged:

flood, street light

Description

THERE ARE ABOUT SIX OR SEVEN STREET LIGHTS ON FURNACE BROOK PARKWAY STARTING AT THE INTERSECTION AT MERRYMOUNT PARKWAY HAVE BEEN OUT FOR 2 AN A HALF MONTHS TALKED TO JACK GILLION NO HELP THERE MAYBE BIG DAN RAMONDI HAS A COUPLE OF EXTRA LIGHT BULBS AROUND I PRAY TO GOD THAT NO ONES HAS A ACCIDENT IN THIS DARK AREA MAYBE IT WILL TAKE FOR SOME TO BE HURT OR MUGGED OR HOUSE BROKEN INTO LIKE THE PEOPLE DIDN'T SUFFER ENOUGH DAMAGE

also asked...
Q. What is the pole number? Providing the pole number expedites the process and is required by National Grid.
A. No Answer Given

29 Comments

  • Acknowledged Chris Cassani (Registered User)

  • Swamped (Guest)

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  • LOOKING FOR SOME LIGHT BULBS (Guest)

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  • Chris Cassani (Registered User)

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