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  • 6900 - 7000 S Oglesby Avenue Chicago, Illinois - South Shore
    The garbage in the alley between 6900-7000 South Oglesby/Crandon Avenue is still a problem. I have attach pictures.
  • 6914 South Ogelesby Chicago, Illinois - South Shore
    There are individuals working and removing the buildings contents, i.e., windows, doors, and so on. They have placed several mattresses in the alley, and all sorts of rubbish (starting at the gate next to the abandon garages at 6915 Oglesby/Crandon Alley. This is starting to become an eyesore and problem. Will someone please check to see if they have building permits from the City of Chicago to remove the contents legally. Also, why is rubbish being discarded in the alley. There should be a dumpster to discard the contents in; or in contact with Streets and Sanitation for removal of garbage. I have lived in this neighborhood for over 15 years, and this alley has become a real problem with the disposal of trash from these two buildings.
  • 6915 South Crandon Avenue Chicago, Illinois - South Shore
    There are two abandon buildings located on South Oglesby (6915-14 S.) These buildings are located right next to each other. There are individuals removing the contents, i.e., windows, doors, and so on. They have placed several mattresses in the alley, and all sorts of rubbish (starting at the gate next to the two abandon garages in the 6915 Oglesby/Crandon Alley. This is starting to become an eyesore and a problem. I would like to know if they have building permits to remove the contents. If they have a permit from the City of Chicago why don't they have a dumpster to discard the trash in.???
  • 6200 - 6300 South Wabash Chicago, Illinois - Washington Park
    Grass and weeds require mowing or/clean up.
  • 6200 - 6300 S. Wabash Avenue Chicago, Illinois - Washington Park
    This whole block needs street reconstruction, various potholes and broken concrete in street.
  • Englewood Chicago, Illinois - Englewood
    There are too many vacant properties in Chicago neigborhoods like Englewood, South Shore, and other various neighborhoods.
  • 6917 South Crandon Avenue Chicago, Illinois - South Shore
    There is a mattress wrapped in blue plastic, that's been sitting in the alley for some time now. Possibly two weeks.
  • 6914 South Oglesby Avenue Chicago, Illinois - South Shore
    there is a large amount of wooded broken furniture in the alley at 6914 S. Crandon Avenue
  • 6921 South Crandon Avenue Chicago, Illinois - South Shore
    Several deep potholes in the ALLEY at 6921 South Crandon Ave.
  • 6900 South Crandon Avenue Chicago, Illinois - South Shore
    Apparently, Streets and Ssanitatin did not remove all of the the rubbish from the alley Please see the attached pictures.
  • Pothole in Street Acknowledged
    6700 South Crandon Avenue Chicago, Illinois - South Shore
    The block starting at 6700 south Crandon thru 7000 South Crandon requires pothole repairs, street markings and speed bump repairs and labeling.
  • Debris in Alley Acknowledged
    6901 S. Crandon Avenue Chicago, Illinois - South Shore
    There is an abundance of debris in the alley starting at
    6900 - 7000 South Crandon Avenue.
  • 6918 South Crandon Avenue Chicago, IL - South Shore
  • 6916 South Oglesby Avenue Chicago, IL - South Shore