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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

Thank you for contacting Community Board 14. In order for us to resolve the issue, please provide us with the license plate number of the vehicle. As far as school buses go, you can always call Traffic Enforcement Mon-Sat at 718-345-1800 or provide us with the transportation company name, phone number, bus number(s) and license plate(s) of bus(es).
Thank you for continuing to file these complaints with 311. Please provide CB14 with the bus company name and bus number for additional follow up. You can also call NYPD Traffic Enforcement directly at (718) 345-1800 to report illegal parking, especially evenings and weekends when the CB14 office is closed.
Issue Closed
2016-12-21
As per Neighborhood Coordination Officer assigned to the area, the owner of the bus attached a legal set of plates. He also has been summonsed for not having a legal license plates on display before.
Community Board 14 will continue to update the NYPD and Breaking Ground Homeless Services with the comments you provide here. NYPD & Homeless Services will be visiting the building again this weekend. Management has also been notified regarding the ongoing complaints and conditions. NYPD is also reaching out to management directly. We will provide any additional updates received here. Thank you.
Brooklyn Community Board 14 has referred this to the NYPD 70th Precinct Neighborhood Coordination Officers (NCO) for your area. You are also invited to follow up with these officers directly via phone or email. It may be helpful if you are able to report to the NCO's when the trespasser is in the building. Your NCO's are P.O. Callender (929-270-7407 / sean.callender@nypd.org) & P.O. Sesay (junior.sesay@nypd.org.) Please call the CB14 office at 718-859-6357 if you have any difficulty contacting the officers. Thank you.
Either one. Thank you.
Please report the issue to the Traffic Enforcement by calling 718-345-3193 Mon-Sat any time you observe a violation.
Please inform our office of any 911 call you place (date and time). We'll bring it to the NCOs' attention again.
Please advise if this truck is still there and being parked there for a long time. If it's not the case, feel free to call Traffic Enforcement Police anytime (including Saturdays) by calling (718) 345-3193. Thank you.
Thank you for providing this information. CB14 followed up with bus company management. We will post additional information here as it is received. Please continue to file 311 complaints. You can report illegal parking directly to NYPD Traffic Enforcement at (718) 345-1800, especially on weekends and evenings when the CB14 office is closed.
Thank you for providing this information. CB14 followed up with the bus company management. We will post additional information here as it is received. Please continue to file 311 complaints. You can report illegal parking directly to NYPD Traffic Enforcement at (718) 345-1800, especially on weekends and evenings when the CB14 office is closed.
Please be advised that accordingly DSNY regulation, it's a homeowner's responsibility to keep sidewalks and 18 inches from the curb into the street clean. If enforcement agents observe a dirty sidewalk, dirty area, or an 18-inch violation in front of or adjacent to a residential premise, a Notice of Violation (NOV) will be issued.