Steve Victor

Rang: Bürgerlicher Kreuzritter Bürgerpunkte: 455
  • 738 Whitney Ave New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Prospect Hill
    The roots of several street trees on the East Rock Road side of the building have grown and lifted the sidewalk, raising sections of the pavement so much that pedestrians often trip.
  • 275-285 East Rock Road New Haven, Connecticut - Prospect Hill
    In June and again in August I reported a missing sign at the corner of Prospect and East Rock. Since the issue was closed and I hadn't seen a sign, I walked up to the corner and searched for the sign. Yes there is a sign, but it was placed on the southwest corner of the intersection in such a way that it is totally hidden by a tree from two of the three possible approaches to that corner. In other words, it is not visible heading west on East Rock Road or heading south on Prospect. There is a wooden utility pole on the northeast corner of that intersection that is perfectly visible from all directions. That pole still has the brackets from an older sign. Can't the signs be moved so they are visible in all directions? What good are signs that cannot be seen?
  • MIssing curbs Anerkannt
    142-193 East Rock Road New Haven, Connecticut - Prospect Hill
    Our block of East Rock Road was recently repaved. The new blacktop was layered on top of the old material, raising the level of the pavement to such an extent that there is no longer a curb along most of the block. In some parts of the block the strip of yard next to the street is lower than the street. Because of that, during storms, water pours from the street onto and across the strip of yard. Can something be done to give us curbs?
  • 300 East Rock Road New Haven, Connecticut - Prospect Hill
    On June 6, I reported that there is no street sign at the intersection of Prospect and East Rock. I got a notice that the issue was closed on July 24, but there is still no sign indicating either Prospect St or East Rock Road. What can be done about this?
  • 275-285 East Rock Road New Haven, Connecticut - Prospect Hill
    There is no street sign at the corner of East Rock Road and Prospect St. I's hard to tell visitors to turn off Prospect onto East Rock if there's no sign.