Unfortunately this is not a police issue as they have no authority to do anything about concert noise. This particular use is covered under a generic special issue permit. Whatever person or department that issued the SUP did not take into consideration that this particular type of noise would exist or have the potential to cause a problem. A city contractor SMG is responsible for running the facility.
While I never expected the Click Fix program to be able to do anything regarding this issue, I felt a report should be made. Since no one in the government seems to care, I will be submitting a report every time they have an event like a concert until someone personally addressees the issue to my satisfaction.
The bottom line is the sound was too loud and the speakers could be place in a way to minimize their impact. I hope that you will see that someone in city government contacts me regarding the issue, I feel that is your programs purpose to address citizen's issued and not just refer and close concerns.
Could you please explain why an issue is closed when it has not been repaired. It would seem appropriate to keep an issue open no matters what the excuses are for why something has not been repaired.
Also please be sure the potholes in N Mulberry St at the intersection of the alley are also repaired.
Could you also please provide a time frame for the repairs to be made. One hole is so deep I am considering going to the asphalt plant myself and getting a five gallon container of asphalt and fixing it myself. If you had to drive the alley everyday you would understand.
This debris is not residential debris. In the past bulk pickup has refused to pick up trash.debris from commercial property. In fact they will not even enter private property to remove said trash/debris. So we have a catch 22 situation. The simple solution is to make the property owner remove the debris as they own the property and they allowed the debris to accumulate. You folks at Click Fix need to think outside the box sometimes. In the mean time the debris has been there almost a month.
Bulk pick up is fine if you tell your workers to enter the property.
The attached picture was taken on January 24, 2014. It shows one mattress and several pieces of plywood. These are items left behind when a previously reported dumpster was taken away. I know a representative of the property owner knows about this because I was present when the inspector told him to move it.
I would appreciate prompt action on the removal of the stuff by the property owner. I get tired of looking at it everyday day for over two weeks. I would have removed it but I have noting that large to haul it away.
The address is 2620 W. Grace St. 23220.