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Margaret: if it's on private property, you will need to contact a tow company yourself; this is not a city issue, as has been explained to you. CleanUp: family dispute or not, information has been provided to answer the query. Cars shouldn't be blocking a right of way, but it's a private property issue and therefore the property owner will need to seek another avenue for redress.
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2017-06-01
Sent an e-mail o 5/23 to Ader Santana, regarding the need to have these two dangerous trees removed. No response yet.
If it's a working, plated vehicle, they don't charge me. If it's a junked/abandoned vehicle I call a junkyard directly for pickup and not a tow company. Sometimes they'll pay cash but they shouldn't charge.
No; NHPD will not remove vehicles from private property, only from city streets/property. You can call a towing and/or junkyard company to remove them, however.
Are people parking their cars on your property? I've called Lombard Towing in the past and I now have an agreement in place with them, where they'll come and tow anyone who parks on my property, no questions asked. Call them and see if they can help.
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2017-05-03
Yesterday (5/2) during the heavy winds, a branch fell and blocked Howard St. A neighbor dragged it out of the street so vehicles could pass. When are these trees going to be taken care of?
Issue Closed
2017-05-01
Closing issue
Closing this due to age.
Comment
2017-04-29
Today another branch fell and shattered the back windshield of a visitor's car as it was parked on the street. Is the City going to reimburse her to have this replaced? Why haven't these dead limbs been removed yet??
Issue Closed
2017-04-11
Closing post per above comments
Have you tried calling LCI and filing a compliant? Their neighborhood specialist is responsive to issues in Fair Haven; the number is 203-946-7090 or 7732. Also, keep calling NHPD and filing noise complaints; it's important that the NHPD has it on record and that they send officers to investigate every time. Good luck!
The NHPD is the only department dealing with trespassing; I'd give them a call the next time. The commercial use of a residential property falls under LCI, at 203-946-7090. Pauley Morbidelli,
Neighborhood Specialist- East Shore/Quinn East
pmorbidelli@newhavenct.gov
203.946.7835
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2016-10-27
Please call LCI asap, 203-946-7090 and let them know you have no heat. When they arrive to inspect, you can show them any other issues. Best of luck!
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2016-10-10
Wow! It's that easy to get a residential parking permit? Just pick an address, any nearby address? I'm curious to see how this turns out . . .
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2016-10-03
Please call the police if you are being threatened; that sounds much more serious than anything SeeClickFix can help with.
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2016-09-12
Friday 9/9/16. Branch also hit and damaged roof when it fell.
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2016-09-12
Friday 9/9/16. Branch also hit and damaged roof when it fell.
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2016-09-12
Friday 9/9. Branch also hit and damaged roof when it fell.
Mattresses have been picked up. Thank you!
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2016-09-09
I just called your office yet again. Another branch fell today, hit my roof and is now on my front porch. It is over 12 feet long and 8 inches in DIAMETER. You need to remove this tree before I have to move out of my house due to safety concerns.