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  • 167 Hazel Street New Haven, Connecticut - Newhallville
    Sign post completely fallen over
  • Searching... - Newhallville
    bike share docking station needed here
  • Farmington Canal Heritage Trail New Haven, Connecticut - Dixwell
    good location for bike share docking station
  • Illegal Dumping Acknowledged
    216-224 Shelton Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - Newhallville
    Sofa and other furniture dumped off Shelton Ave (Shelton/Starr)
  • 42 West Read Street New Haven, Connecticut - Newhallville
    Please remove branches and debris (volunteers have moved next to curb on Read St.)
  • 123 Thompson Street New Haven, Connecticut - Newhallville
    There is a large box illegally placed in the public right of way along the Farmington Canal Greenway. It is blocking a sign related to public safety.
  • Graffiti Archived
    175 Olive St New Haven, Connecticut - Downtown
    Graffiti on bridge
  • Tree Trimming Archived
    Farmington Canal Heritage Trail New Haven, Connecticut - Newhallville
    VERY DANGEROUS SPLIT TREE LEANING OVER FARMINGTON CANAL TRAIL -- please inspect... needs immediate removal
  • Graffiti Archived
    802 Grand Ave New Haven, Connecticut - Wooster Square
    Graffiti on wall - facing street frontage but on private property (Project More)
  • Farmington Canal Heritage Trail New Haven, Connecticut - Newhallville
    Many people use the Farmington Canal Trail to access work and shopping, as well as for exercise. (Newhallville has very few parks for outdoor recreation.) Clearing it is a transportation justice issue. Obviously it is not a priority during and right after a storm, but at this point it should be plowed. It may be weeks before the snow melts off fully. Yale has admirably plowed the Trail below Division Street, but north of that it might as well be Antarctica.
  • 111-187 John W Murphy Drive New Haven, Connecticut - Fair Haven
    Providence and Worcester is selling an unused rail line running adjacent to John Murphy Drive between Grand and James. This narrow property (unsuitable for industrial or commercial use) would make an excellent bike trail or greenway, possibly as a multi-use adjunct to the proposed walking trail nearby along the Mill River shoreline (Mill River Trail). The CT DEEP's OSWA grant program pays 75% of the acquisition cost of open space in a 'distressed' community, and I think they would look favorably on assembling properties along a future Mill River greenway.
  • Street Lamp Archived
    600 Long Wharf Drive New Haven, Connecticut - Long Wharf
    On the night of Monday Jan. 12, all the street lamps along Long Wharf Dr between Canal Dock Dr. and Hamilton Street were either not working or cycling on and off. Only one was working.
  • Farmington Canal Heritage Trail New Haven, Connecticut - Newhallville
    There is a large abandoned utility pole along the west side of the Farmington Canal Trail that is listing about 5 degrees to one side. Could easily come down in a storm event.
  • 442 Temple Street New Haven, Connecticut - Prospect Hill
    A bike rack is sorely needed in front of the New Haven Museum.
  • 209 Shelton Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - Newhallville
    It would be great to have a bike rack installed here near the store at Shelton and Starr streets. It would encourage cyclists using the Farmington Canal Trail to patronize a neighborhood business and would break down the psychological barrier between Trail users and the surrounding community.
  • 169 Olive Street New Haven, Connecticut - Wooster Square

    A zoning variance is being requested to allow 8 residential dwelling units where a maximum of 5 is permitted. Zone: RM-2. Owner/Applicant: Oreste Speciale

    There will be a public hearing on this matter at the New Haven Board of Zoning Appeals on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at Kennedy Mitchell Hall of Records, Public Hearing Room (G-2), 200 Orange Street.

    6:30 PM

  • 278 Park Street New Haven, Connecticut - Dwight

    "Special Exceptions" sought to allow a Restaurant Liquor License and 0 on-site parking spaces where 5 additional spaces are required for 74 seat restaurant at 278 Park Street. - See more at: http://middletownpress.kaango.com/ad-city-notice-board-of-zoning-appeals-city-of-new-haven-notice-is-hereby-given-of-a-public-hearing-held-by/22814082#sthash.5pe9UUW1.dpuf

    There will be a public hearing on this matter March 11 at Board of Zoning Appeal.

  • 29 Wooster Place New Haven, Connecticut - Wooster Square

    Notice to neighbors: Variances being sought to allow a rear yard of 1ft where 25ft are required, sideyards of 7.5ft and 1ft where 8ft and 10ft are required, rear wall height of 28ft where a maximum of two ft are permitted, sidewall heights of 28ft where a maximum of 0ft is permitted and lot coverage of 45%where a maximum of 30% is permitted. Also, Special Exception to allow 28 on-site parking spaces where 32 spaces currently exist and where 75 spaces are required. Zone RM-2. Owner/ Applicant: St. Michael RC Church 6. - See more at: http://middletownpress.kaango.com/ad-city-notice-board-of-zoning-appeals-city-of-new-haven-notice-is-hereby-given-of-a-public-hearing-held-by/22814082#sthash.5pe9UUW1.dpuf

    There will be a public hearing on this matter March 11 at Board of Zoning Appeals.

  • 240 Greene Street New Haven, Connecticut - Wooster Square

    Zoning change being sought for 240 and 250 Greene Street. Variances to allow building coverage of 39.3% where a maximum of 30% is permitted, rear yard of 7.5ft where 25ft is required, side yard of 0ft where 8ft is required, side wall heights of of 45ft where 0ft is required and 39 dwelling units on a 31,756sf lot where 73,200sf is required. Zone: RM-2. Owner: St. Michael’s Church Corporation of New Haven. Applicant: James H Segaloff - See more at: http://middletownpress.kaango.com/ad-city-notice-board-of-zoning-appeals-city-of-new-haven-notice-is-hereby-given-of-a-public-hearing-held-by/22814082#sthash.5pe9UUW1.dpuf

    There will be a public hearing on this proposal March 11 at the Board of Zoning Appeals.

  • Farmington Canal Heritage Trail New Haven, Connecticut - Newhallville
    graffiti on gateway pier at Goodrich Street (New Haven / Hamden line)