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Reid Serozi

Rank: City Fixer Civic Points: 4,815
  • Raleigh North Carolina - East Raleigh
    Placeholder for lots of mud on the path. thank you to the city for keeping our Greenways looking nice. Is there anything you can do over the long term to try to keep the mud from washing onto the green way, because it becomes very slick when it rains. Thank you very much
  • 5116-5120 Tanglewood Pine Lane Raleigh, North Carolina - Southeast
    Bike air pump broken at the connector piece
  • 3037 Milburnie Raleigh North Carolina - East Raleigh
    Cyclists beware on the Crabtree Creek greenway between Raleigh Blvd and Milburnie Rd. Thin layer of mud on the greenway going into turns. More than one cyclist crashed today. Is there anything the city can do to remove the sediment from the two sections (see attached image of map)? It appears a lot of sediment was already removed from recent floods.
  • 200 S Dawson St Raleigh, NC 27601, USA - Central
  • 300-398 East Franklin Street Raleigh, North Carolina - Blount Corridor

    As the Person Street Business district and Oakdale Neighborhood continues to thrive we are requiring some additional no parking signs to remind folks to not park too close to intersections to make it safe for others turning on narrow streets with limited line of sight.

    1. Person Street and East Franklin St Intersection. At times, it can be dangerous making a right hand turn onto East Franklin from N Person Street heading east bound when a vehicle parks to close to the intersection.

    2. Holden Street and Bloodworth. Heading west bound on Holden Street, it can be hard to make a right or left hand turn onto Bloodworth with vehicles parked on either side near the T-bone intersection.

    Several of the intersection in this same exact business district or neighborhood district have existing no parking signs near intersections, but these couple spots appear to be missing.

    Please see diagram.

  • 532-538 North Person Street Raleigh, NC 27604, USA - Blount Corridor
    Water leak.
  • Street Light Archived
    Little Rock Trail Raleigh, NC 27601, USA - Central
    The lamp cover is broken off and laying near the ground.
  • 401-499 Sasser Street Raleigh, NC 27604, USA - Mordecai
    Stop sign hanging by one bolt.
  • Graffiti Archived
    South Turkey Creek Trail Raleigh, NC 27607, USA - Raleigh Council District D
    Under the bridge
  • South Turkey Creek Trail Raleigh, NC 27607, USA - Northwest
    Drain cover has been removed.
  • Garbage Archived
    400-498 North Boundary Street Raleigh, NC 27604, USA - North Central

    Oakwood Community, should we upgrade the recycle bin to the new blue cart at the playground?

    http://www.raleighnc.gov/arts/content/PRecParks/Articles/PlaygroundOakwoodCommons.html

  • Garbage Archived
    400-498 North Boundary Street Raleigh, NC 27604, USA - North Central

    Oakwood Community, should we upgrade the recycle bin to the new blue cart at the playground?

    http://www.raleighnc.gov/arts/content/PRecParks/Articles/PlaygroundOakwoodCommons.html

  • Stoney Road Raleigh, NC 27606, USA - Wake County

    Exiting and entering the boat storage the tree limbs will damage the sail mast windex at the top. Please cut back.

    Lake Wheeler is awesome.

  • Stoney Road Raleigh, NC 27606, USA - Wake County
    Located along the shore near the rental boats. Thanks!
  • 301-399 East Franklin Street Raleigh, NC 27604, USA - Mordecai
    This sidewalk isn't safe. Could we add this to the priority list? Note, I tried to connect with the owners. Could we fix the path without impacting the tree? Thanks!
  • 730 North Blount Street Raleigh, NC 27604, USA - Blount Corridor

    Drivers often stop at the crosswalk thinking this is a 4 way stop sign. Good for traffic calming, but creates a near accident situation with other race drivers. What can we do to improve?

    Location: Blount Street heading south

  • 906 N Blount St Raleigh, NC - Mordecai

    What do you think about adopting two bus shelters in our community?

    1) Bus Stop ~900 Block of North Blount Street:

    See Map: http://screencast.com/t/sasujFXrfX

    2) Bus Shelter ~1000 N Blount St

    See Map: http://screencast.com/t/CUiaG6twghep

    Adoption requires maintaining the shelter... Mordecai Community volunteers can assist in removing trash in and around the shelter area on a monthly basis. City of Raleigh staff will provide adopters with trash bags, disposable gloves and safety vests to assist in the trash removal around adopted shelters. These volunteers also are asked to notify City of Raleigh staff of any special maintenance needs and report vandalism or suspicious activity.

    We need your help to make this happen. If we can get +24 people interested, then we can spread the work out over the 12 month adoption agreement.

    Cool factor: Take care of our community. Support the city and public transportation. The community name (Mordecai CAC) will be posted on the bus shelter for one year!

    Who's in? Sign-up here:
    https://docs.google.com/a/serozi.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dEZUWjhHSXRVUnhaVk8yVGdJajRjWnc6MQ#gid=0

  • 576 S Salisbury St Raleigh, NC - Central

    Currently at the Internet Summit 12 at the Raleigh Convention Center with 1K other people. Between conference sessions the Convention Center’s WiFi becomes unusable for the majority of people, (per Twitter chatter) because everyone is connecting at the same time. I believe this helpful feedback for the Convention Center Management, so they may continue to upgrade their wireless/bandwidth infrastructure to support on-going conferences and events.

    A few solutions and case examples similar to my experience: http://serverfault.com/questions/72767/why-is-internet-access-and-wi-fi-always-so-terrible-at-large-tech-conferences

    Thank you,

  • 601-699 Mcmakin St Raleigh, NC 27601, USA - South Central
    Flat tire from lots of broken glass on the greenway :-(
  • 221-223 Fayetteville St Raleigh, NC 27601, USA - Central

    What's the best practice with scooters using city owned bike racks?

    No offense, scooter owners!