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15 cars parked in a small side yard at 15 Inland St.
Thank you for posting, assigned to Development Services for inspection.
Alex, Office of the CM
This is not a public health or a community safety issue. The property has been inspected and found to be in compliance, does not have any violations.
As stated before, the property was inspected, and every vehicle on site is registered currently and legally parked. The property did not have any violations.
Any cars parked on the sidewalk should be ticketed by any LPD officers patrolling the area.
If you do see illegal paving, please do report it to us and we will inspect, and give citations and/or stop work if necessary.
Also, for the community standards, we can only enforce the ordinances that are on the books. I would encourage you to talk with your neighbors, neighborhood leaders, city councilors, etc. about what you envision your neighborhood to look like in the fututre. Perhaps you could organize a "spruce up" day where a large group of volunteers go around the neighborhood and tidy things up. It is important to have dialogue about these issues without fingering blame at any one particular person or group of people. Chances are there are a lot of people who have the same ideas as you but have not spoken up about them.
Office of the CM
Please note, this issue concerns allegations that 15 cars were parked in a side yard at 15 Inland St. The property has been inspected by the City multiple times, and there are no current zoning violations. A photo is attached from the last inspection in November of 2013.
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