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01/05/2018

Person who reported this: As I was shoveling out my driveway this morning, and looking at my two cars on the street that got plowed in, I pondered the physics of this. For better or worse, I'm on the even side of the street. The odd side of the street was clear. The plows did what they are supposed to do to clear the street. The snow has to go somewhere - and that ended up being against my cars and in my driveway. Like water freezing at 32 degrees F or a hot iron burning my finger. It's a fact.

What is your post here about?

Comment
12/08/2017
Is proper lead abatement protocol being followed here?
Comment
12/08/2017
Owner
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12/08/2017
Additional photo
Issue Closed
12/08/2017
Wrong address
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09/28/2017
I'm trying to help locate some Amazon Lockers (https://www.amazon.com/b/?node=6442600011) in East Rock. Stay tuned.
Comment
03/15/2017
I live on Nicoll Street. People did a good job of not parking on the odd side of the street and DPW did a good job of plowing there. Cars parked on the even side of the street are buried in (now frozen) snow. Those cars need to dig themselves out. Maybe when DPW is done with the first swing through, it could post on the EVEN side, tag and tow, and push the snow back. And we'll have to re-shovel our driveways.... Is that what you are asking for?
Issue Closed
01/03/2017
First Niagra sold this building to a group of local investors. One of their first actions was to redo the sidewalks. Thank you!
No amount of engineering will overcome arrogance and stupidity. Did you get the license plate number? Call NHPD, make a complaint, and dog NHPD to at least give the owner (and presumably driver) a good talking to.
Issue Closed
08/07/2016
Closed
Issue Closed
08/07/2016
Closed
Comment
08/06/2016

I have found Public Works to be great at acknowledging and closing issues (presumably by office staff) but with incomplete or no implementation on the street. But with persistence on SeeClickFix you can (a) get issues resolved and (b) give Public Works the tools to manage better.

Keep it up, you guys. The photos are great, BTW.

See http://www.grandavenuessd.org/ for some not exactly current background. Email me at pdw265-GrandAve@yahoo.com for more info.
A special service district for Grand Avenue exists in Fair Haven. I serve on its board. I've long thought it should expand to include the Wooster Square portion and run from State Street to Quinnipiac Avenue. Let me know if there is interest.
One person's trash is another person's treasure.
Thanks for fixing this issue!
Comment
02/25/2016
Maybe we should do a Kickstarter campaign
Comment
01/11/2016
NHPD reports: LCI came and did a cleanup with the exception of the concrete pieces. Then someone came and dumped a ceramic toilet and some other things. Lighting is supposed to be on track in the next two weeks, using Light the Night flood lamps. We believe this will help along with increased patrols. If the lights fail to curtail that activity we may have to try to come up with a plan to stop the parking in the back row.
Issue Closed
11/09/2015
The issue has cleared for the cold water, but not for the hot. In the middle of running the bathtub water this morning to see if I could clear the hot water, a Regional Water Authority employee showed up! How's that for customer service! I am closing this issue. Thank you RWA for your responsiveness