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Comment
2017-07-14
This vehicle was reported to NYPD. DSNY was also notified and requested to ticket any vehicles on the block that do not move during Alternate Side Sweeping hours. Please report future incidents to 311 first, then post the details with the Service Request Number here. Thank you.
Thank you for contacting Community Board 14.
Your complaint has been forwarded to BK14 Sanitation Garage for enforcement.
Thank you for contacting Community Board 14. Please report these incidents by calling 311 and forward your Service Request Numbers to our office. Also, please specify what time of the day it takes place.
Comment
2017-07-05
NYPD painted over the majority of the graffiti this weekend. DOT is expected to return to the location shortly to complete the job. Thank you.
Your complaint has been forwarded to the 70th Police Precinct for enforcement. Thank you.
Comment
2017-06-22
Community Board 14 has referred this to the NYPD Graffiti Unit for expedited removal. We have been assured that the graffiti at this location has been investigated and will be removed. Thank you.
s per the 7oth Precinct, this bus has valid registration and parked legally. They will be addressing ASP regulations violation. Also, it was reported to the NYC DSNY for enforcement on Thursday and Friday 11:30am-1pm.
Comment
2017-06-21
The graffiti complaint has been forwarded to the 70th Precinct with a request for a removal. Thank you for reporting it.
Thank you for contacting Community Board 14. If this tree is on a private property, you should contact an owner or management of this property. The NYC Parks Department doesn't provide services if it's not a city tree.
Comment
2017-06-14
Thank you for contacting Community Board 14. Your complaint has been forwarded to the 70th Police Precinct.
Comment
2017-05-25
Thank you for contacting Community Board 14. This location has been reported to the Forestry Division of the DPR requesting to address it ASAP.
Thank you for contacting Community Board 14. Your complaint has been forwarded to the 70th Precinct's NCOs covering this area.
Comment
2017-04-26
Thank you for contacting Community Board 14. Please be advised that homeowners are responsible for keeping sidewalks and 18" into the street clean. DSNY's Sanitation Enforcement Agency could be contacted to visit this area for enforcement of the above regulations.
Comment
2017-03-06
A stop sign on Newkirk Avenue at the intersection with Marlborough Road was requested in January 2017. The Department of Transportation's Signal Engineering Unit will conduct a study at this location. Brooklyn Borough Commissioner will advise us of their findings by mid-May 2017." Thank you.
Please verify the address it's parked in front of as well as provide us with the make, model, plate number of the vehicle since it couldn't be located at 269 East 23rd Street.
Comment
2017-02-28
This issue has been reported to the 70th Police Precinct. Thank you.
Comment
2017-02-27
Thank you for contacting Community Board 14. Both locations has been forwarded to the 70th Police Precinct.
Thank you for contacting Community Board 14. Your complaint has been forwarded to the 70th Police Precinct.
Thank you for contacting Community Board 14. Your complaint has been forwarded to the 70th Police Precinct.
Issue Closed
2017-01-27

Thank you for posting your comments. The Department of Transportation has responded:

St Paul’s Pl & Caton Ave was one of the 107 locations selected in 2016 to have treatments installed as part of the Left Turn Traffic Calming program. The treatment installed here is designed to slow left turns from Northbound St Paul’s Pl to Westbound Caton Ave. The location was selected to have the treatment installed because during the 2010-2014 period there were 6 pedestrian and bicyclist injuries caused by left turning vehicles failing to yield to pedestrians on the west crossing alone.

Testing has shown the treatment to be effective at slowing left turning speeds (up to 24.4% decrease in turning speeds) as well as making the turns safer as a result of preventing vehicles from crossing over the double yellow line when turning (the rate of vehicles going over centerline when turning has dropped by 97.6%)

The Left Turn Traffic Calming Program was built on the findings of the Left Turn Study.
More information on the Left Turn Study and the Left Turn Traffic Calming program can be found at the following link: http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/html/about/leftturnstudy.shtml