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The city has yet to acknowledge any of these posts. Here is the contact information for the alder for this area message Adam J. Marchand 203-389-1074, How about everybody giving him a call on Friday, May 1. If he does not answer leave a message
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I continue to push the City on this issue. in February I emailed Mayor Elicker and Corporation Counsel Pat King and asked about the ordinance recommended by Asst Chief Karl Jacobson LAST AUGUST. Yes, LAST AUGUST. No action had been taken and nobody from the BOA has taken an interest in working with us on this issue. For some reason it has become politically incorrect to enforce the laws on this issue and other quality of life issues in New Haven. It has been the NHPD, not our elected officials who have taken the lead on this issue.
I followed up again in March, still no action. I followed up yesterday and rec'd the following response from Asst Chief Jacobson:
Dennis, I met with corporation counsel just yesterday on Zoom on this issue. The ordinance and efforts are moving forward. Thanks for your continued concern and assistance. There will be some activity soon.
Assistant Chief Karl Jacobson
New Haven Police Department
Investigative Services Division
One Union Ave, New Haven CT
phone: (203) 946-6294
Fax: (203) 946-6293
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Personally, I have no problem with dirt bikes and ATVs on public roads or in parks. I used to engage in very similar activities when I was a kid and they're fun to watch; however, it's obvious most people don't share my view on this subject and what they're doing 𝙞𝙨 illegal.
Juvenoia? Ageism? I guess it doesn't matter. When enough people complain about anything, changes happen.
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