Tasker And 13th Philadelphia, PAThe trash can at the intersection is constantly full. The reason is twofold: people put their large house trash in this can and it's the only can for quite a few blocks. If there were more trash cans in this vicinity there may be less trash on the streets and dog owners may be more likely to pick up their dog poop.
1300-1398 S 12th St Philadelphia, PAA medium sized tree about 25 feet north of the intersection of 12th and Reed on the west side of the street was uprooted in the recent storm. Unfortunately it seems like the tree is a goner and needs to be removed (and eventually replaced).
South Street Between 12th And 13th Sts Philadelphia, PAConstant trash on this block. Trash cans full of trash that the trash collectors forget to remove that sit on this block all week. Also, trash that is thrown out next to the Big Belly Trash cans on both sides of this block. See photo· Reported by Anonymous · Flag Flagged
East Passyunk Ave Philadelphia, PA
See image of bandit sign attached.
I have identified the business that is erecting illegal bandit signs. The phone number on the signs is (215) 550-9000.
Samlaw Properties LLC
Philadelphia, PA 19148
Sam Buys Houses
P.O. Box 2087
Aston, PA 19014
I traced it to a business called Samlaw Properties LLC. More information below:
1134 S 9th St Philadelphia, PAIllegal dumping on sidewalk of 9th and Ellsworth. Trash, beer bottles, etc...Trash has been on the corner for several days...was hoping it would've been picked up during regular collection but was skipped over.
1243 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PAThis Tree Branch came down in the last two hours right in front of the Luke Oil Gas Station @ 1243 South Broad Street. - Also, There's a Glass Doos that's been lying right next to the Trash Dumpster a few feet away that has been there for about a month. I think it's time they throw it away. How about putting it IN the Dumpster?
1118 S 12th St Philadelphia, PAFor the last couple weeks a small pile of 2x4s (some with nails) has been sitting on the curb about halfway between Washington and Alter Street on S. 12th. Called 3-1-1 about it a while ago but it's still there. I'd pick it up myself but don't have the right kind of vehicle to transport that stuff. If anyone has a truck and some free time to pick up about 10 or so pieces of wood and a cracked plastic cement trough, you'd be doing the neighborhood a real solid.