David Streever

Rank: Heman Civic Points: 8,990
  • 2517 W Grace Street Richmond, Virginia - The Fan
    Someone has abandoned a couch and miscellaneous garbage on curb.
  • 2517 W Grace Street Richmond, Virginia - The Fan
    Brush + Cabinet + Toilet, back yard. Reported over a month ago & have not had any update from city.
  • 2517 West Grace Street #2, Richmond, Virginia - The Fan
    Please pick up bulk pickup, first filled a month ago.
  • 2517 W Grace Street #2, Richmond, Virginia - The Fan
    Hello, re-submitting my bulk pickup request from last month. Yard waste and furniture. Please pick up.
  • Merrick Road And Ocean Avenue Massapequa, New York - Massapequa
    Just trying to figure out any public restroom near here. Thank you!
  • 55 Linden Street New Haven, Connecticut - East Rock

    The City booted a car at 4:55 pm yesterday for a back parking ticket. The woman who owned the car tried to pay it the next morning at 9 am, but they'd towed her car already, at 5 am. I think the 12 hour policy makes sense, but if City Hall closes at 5 pm, how can someone pay their parking ticket in time?

    It's a pretty obvious scam. The woman now owes a parking ticket in addition, and her wallet was in the car, so she has to borrow the money to pay for it.

    Why does the City of New Haven practice such a regressive, punitive practice? Why is the City treating residents like an ATM?

    This is the same type of behavior singled out by the DOJ in their Ferguson report on how the Ferguson police treated residents like ATMs. New Haven needs to do better.

  • 23220 West Grace Street Richmond, Virginia - The Fan
    Box spring (queen size) & packing/moving garbage (plastic covers, bubble wrap)
  • Whitney And Humphrey New Haven, CT - Bishop-Hine

    This intersection was timed exclusively for the ease of access of motorists and cars.

    It is frustrating because it is a major pedestrian thoroughfare.

    I routinely see pedestrians crossing illegally here, because they know that it is a potentially 6 minute wait to get a legal signal to cross.

    To compound the problem, the signal is barely sufficient to cross Whitney, let alone cross Whitney AND Humphrey. If I am beginning at Humphrey and Whitney near the shuttle stop for Yale, I literally can not cross to the other side of Humphrey and Whitney in the time allotted, although I am a healthy and able-bodied young person.

    I have to jog to make it across in the time allotted. If I do not jog and have arrived just after the ped symbol has turned off, I have to wait an entire other cycle for BOTH crossings. I timed my wait the other day at 12 minutes to do both cycles.

    I typically walk from my office at Edwards and Whitney to the food carts behind the Peabody and then back. It seems a common walking pattern--I see the same people (a few dozen) doing this walk every time I go.

    I think this entire street has to be re-evaluated--it is not a complete street and currently no reasonable alternative exists for pedestrians or cyclists who need to use it to access Science Hill and various locations affiliated with Yale from East Rock.

  • Livingston Street And Edwards New Haven, CT - Bishop-Hine

    Is this a standard practice?

    Seems a bit wasteful.

    Also, on this closed road, never saw a day of work when there was no police presence. I know this is a union rule, but we pay for this, because the contractors are no doubt billing the city back the cost of the police on duty. Do we really need police to monitor a closed road with no vehicular traffic?

  • Chapel And Church Street New Haven, CT - Town_Green

    While travelling up Chapel from Orange Street, I stopped at a red light at the Church Street intersection.

    I was surprised to see a red jeep drive through the red light at about 5 miles in hour, because a police officer was also at the intersection.

    The crosswalk light was on, and we proceeded to ride slowly--with no pedestrians in our lane--through the intersection.

    This is perfectly legal, per section Sec. 14-286a, of CT statutes. New Haven has a local ordinance which bans sidewalk riding, but not crosswalk use, and per Sec. 14-286e, crosswalks are NOT sidewalks, and laws made in regard to one do not apply to the other.

    The law is very clear on this matter, and I encourage our city police to read on it.

    The cop was rude and disrespectful, told me he was sure I was right, but that losing a day's work to sit in court probably wasn't in my best interest, and bragged that he could issue tickets for 120/each to all 3 of us.

    The same officer then ran a red light, parked illegally in front of the Starbucks at High Street, and went inside for a coffee.

    He was driving car number 10 and it was Friday, July 29th, at 9 am.

  • Orange And Linden Street New Haven, CT - East Rock

    This city of New Haven employee, on a Sunday afternoon at 4, drove the wrong way down Linden Street, a one-way street. He drove to Foster, and from there went to Willow, then Orange, before executing a u-turn to park directly in front of Romeo & Cesare's in the "No parking" area pictured in the photo.

    Between the parks department guys and the Board of Ed truck (not to mention police) I see this type of driving from city employees on a daily basis in my neighborhood.

    Is there any way to get these guys to drive safely and legally?

  • 346-398 College St New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Downtown

    I have seen a lot of bicyclists being pulled over lately, but somehow our downtown police seem completely unaware of the drivers flagrantly violating laws.

    Just today, I watched a police officer in car 111-NH sit here, looking at Elm Street, as car after car ran the red light--some of the cars ran through walk symbols, one even then immediately parking, not 10 feet from the police officer.

    The officer did nothing, just sat there, watching.

    What do we need to do to get the city to take this type of lawless behavior seriously? They seem to be very adept at pulling over african-americans and searching them for guns, but I rarely see them pull over white drivers in expensive cars breaking the law downtown.

    It isn't just about finding guns, but about making a safe, orderly city for everyone. Does the current behavior, similar to profiling, actually encourage a safer city, or just lead to african-americans feeling that they have been harassed?

  • 346-398 College St New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Downtown

    I have seen a lot of bicyclists being pulled over lately, but somehow our downtown police seem completely unaware of the drivers flagrantly violating laws.

    Just today, I watched a police officer in car 111-NH sit here, looking at Elm Street, as car after car ran the red light--some of the cars ran through walk symbols, one even then immediately parking, not 10 feet from the police officer.

    The officer did nothing, just sat there, watching.

    What do we need to do to get the city to take this type of lawless behavior seriously? They seem to be very adept at pulling over african-americans and searching them for guns, but I rarely see them pull over white drivers in expensive cars breaking the law downtown.

    It isn't just about finding guns, but about making a safe, orderly city for everyone. Does the current behavior, similar to profiling, actually encourage a safer city, or just lead to african-americans feeling that they have been harassed?

  • 320 George Street New Haven, CT - Town_Green
    I am fairly certain that the people painting the sharrows on George Street were intoxicated. They did not manage to paint the sharrows in a straight line, putting some of them in the parking lane, and others in the road.
  • 320 George Street New Haven, CT - Town_Green
    I am fairly certain that the people painting the sharrows on George Street were intoxicated. They did not manage to paint the sharrows in a straight line, putting some of them in the parking lane, and others in the road.
  • Edwards And Orange St New Haven, CT - Bishop-Hine

    My co-worker has a child at Barnard--the school system told her he could be picked up here. However, since school starts, I can count on one hand the number of times he has been picked up.

    I think he has been picked up/dropped off ONCE within 10 minutes of the scheduled time. The time variance is 30-45 minutes.

    One time the school bus driver just kept going, with him sitting in the bus, and his mother desperately waving her down. Almost one hour later, the school figured out where her child was and had her drive over to pick him up.

    Is this really not something that NHPS can handle?

  • Cold Spring And Livingston New Haven, CT - East Rock
    The fire hydrant here is leaking.
  • 213 Davis St CT 06517 - Hamden
    this light does not change for cyclists
  • CT - Hamden
    pavement is in very bad shape here