St. Peter's Hospital Employees Littering Sidewalk Daily Archived

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Reporter

Issue ID:

3301838

Submitted To:

City of Albany

Category:

Code Violations

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890 times

Neighborhood:

New Scotland

Reported:

on

Tagged:

trash, sidewalk

Description

Ever since St. Peter's made a policy of "no smoking" on hospital grounds, their employees have been crossing the street to smoke under the canopies of the businesses along New Scotland Avenue. In doing so, they drop their cigarette butts and gum all over the sidewalk. The business owners have complained to Saint Peter's, to no avail.

This is not only a health hazard for residents walking along the sidewalk and having to breathe cigarette smoke, but going in and out of any business is also unpleasant. The clouds of smoke hover, and customers should not have to be exposed to this unpleasantness. The smokers gather in clusters all day long, and the sidewalks are a disgrace.

I suggest the city make a NO SMOKING area from the corner of New Scotland at South Manning, to New Scotland at West Lawrence. Punishable by a fine.

Saint Peter's has a responsibility to create a smoking area for their employees. Their problem should not compromise taxpaying businesses, or make our neighborhood look like a developing country.

also asked...
Q. What type of violation are you reporting? Please select one of the following options:
A. Unsanitary conditions
Q. If "other" please describe here:
A. No Answer Given

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