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    Edgewood Park New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
    Dead possum on the paved path in the park, approaching the duck pond
  • West Park And Pendlton New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
    The trash can at the corner of the park, where Pendleton and West Park meet is often overflowing. This morning, there was a whole bag of trash there on the ground, plus other items scattered around.
  • 53 Pendlton New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
    Bunch of junk - bags of trash and futon-like piece of furniture - has been out on the tree belt since before it snowed on Sunday. Looked a mess this morning still...
  • 67 Hobart New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
    There are couches that have been left out on the curb for a few days now. Eyesore and disrespectful to neighbors, renters and owners alike...
  • Hobart And Maple New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
    One way sign at Hobart and Maple is down in the tree belt. Rusted bolt at the bottom of the pole seems to have snapped. Called in to Trans, Traffic and Pkg already as per new directions on SeeClickFix... They'll be out to fix.
  • 946 Elm Street New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
    This is not a problem! And so maybe this is the wrong spot for it, but... the city sanitation workers on the truck that rolls through my neighborhood are really wonderful. It's a little joy to see them. They're upbeat, friendly, positive. They never fail to say hello or wave. They do their work really well (I've lived in multiple cities, and this is the only one where my cans are upright and out of the way after being emptied), and they do it with kindness and style - like a little dancing while waving a car around, or a little rhythm in the can return. It's all noticed, and it's all appreciated!
  • Elm And Hobart New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
    Following up on the Whally/BH/Edgewood Mgmt Team FB post saying it was suggested that traffic calming comments get registered here. More than 50 residents in the neighboring blocks requested in early/mid June more consistent stop signage, especially a few more stops on Elm between W. Park and Brownell. (See letter here: http://edgewoodblockwatch.weebly.com/stop-sign-letter.html) This is still a concern of those who signed.