Open Issues: 2 Closed Issues: 82 Acknowledged Issues: 7
Watching issues created after: 2015-10-12

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  • Lark Street Albany, New York - Sheridan Hollow
    Thursday evening at Hudson and Lark Street.. I'm getting ready to cross. A lady runs the red light. Tjere were 2 officers chatting on the corner, one was on a bike. I say to them there's someone running the light, you saw her run it. The officer on thr bike says, "Well, he car goes faster than my bike." Then they both laugh and keep chatting.
    Mind you its 5:00 traffic the car is going along in stop and go traffic!
  • Sinkholes Archived
    5 South Swan Street Albany, New York - Sheridan Hollow
    Start of a sinkhole on Swan street btw Orange and Clinton. Will become an issue if not taken care of.
  • 18-68 Monroe St Albany, NY 12210, USA - Sheridan Hollow
    Blocking one way street during lunch break and no activity
  • 253 255, 257 sheridan ave, Albany, New York - Sheridan Hollow
    drug sales . its a supermarket. been going on for ever.friday is white boy day . every white guy after work between 3 and six pm stop on streets or drives there to buy drugs . police dont seem to care . with all the construction going on in sheridan hollow . you would think they would try and clean the neighborhood up .
  • Pothole Archived
    86-98 Henry Johnson Boulevard Albany, New York - Sheridan Hollow
    This sewer manhole has to be 4-6 inches lower than the ground and is always wet, which poses obvious issues in the winter. It poses a serious issue for people that drive through it, I could easily see a motorcyclist dumping a bike in it or a pedestrian falling in the road. It's probably caused tons of $$ in damage to peoples suspensions as well. It really should be raised to grade with the street ASAP
  • North Pearl And Sheridan Ave. Albany, New York - Sheridan Hollow
    Again, Extremely loud music from the Hollow. I live two blocks away on Chapel St and it sounds as if it is in my apartment. It is a quarter to 1AM. There is no need for music to be this loud EVER. Can't someone speak to the management there and tell them to tone it down? If the mayor wants people to live down here she needs to address quality of life issues such as this. Or doesn't anyone care once we decide to invest in this neighborhood?
  • Trash Pick-Up Archived
    360 Sheridan Ave Albany, New York - Sheridan Hollow
    loose trash has been collectingf in this vacant lot for yrs. the city refuses to pick it up. it has made the neighborhood a mess because it either stays there and is ignored, or it blows down the street. if this were pine hills or center square, this would have been taken care of a long time ago.
  • Very loud music Acknowledged
    14 Clinton Sq Albany, New York - Sheridan Hollow
    Another weekday and again loud live music at McGearys. Apparently nothing is being done about this because it is 11:45 and it sounds like the music is being played in my bedroom. I live at 17 Chapel St and If Albany wants residents downtown something must be done about the loud music issue. Some of us have to go to work during the week and need to sleep each night whether it is week day or weekend. No reason for music to be so loud., but no matter what live music outside should stop by 11 weekdays and midnight weekends. Don't they need some sort of permit? Aren't there noise laws? This is absurd.
  • 59-81 Orange Street Albany, New York - Sheridan Hollow
    Albany County Family Court and adjacent empty lot have not cleared their snow this year. There is no safe foot path on this side of the street.
  • 20 Chapel St Albany, New York - Sheridan Hollow
    Every weekend, especially on Saturday in the wee hours of the morning there is mayhem in the parking lot between Chapel and N. Pearl and Monroe. Bottles are broken, profanity screamed, loud music from cars, --kind of like a disgusting tailgate in the middle of the night. As a resident at 17Chapel, I know many have complained but nothing is done. The parking lot is a menace-- it should be closed by a gate or a chain, not open for cars that late. Although it says no overnight parking, it also says the lot is open until 4. Not only is this an outrage to those of us who have invested in a part of the city the mayor wants to populate, but it makes our city look terrible to travelers staying at the Hampton Inn at 25 Chapel. These individuals are not paying for the parking as is required and are troublemakers. Please do something about this.
  • 20 Chapel St Albany, New York - Sheridan Hollow
    Every weekend, especially on Saturday in the wee hours of the morning there is mayhem in the parking lot between Chapel and N. Pearl and Monroe and Sheridan Until 4 AM there is screaming and cursing and throwing/breaking of glass bottles and VERY loud music from cars and brawling in this parking lot. It is like a loud,wild and disgusting tailgating party in the middle of the night when us residents are trying to sleep. Those of us who live down here are disgusted at the fact that this is allowed to continue despite complaints. Besides us residents(who, incidentally, spent a lot of money for our homes with the promise of a decent quality of life, who pay taxes and invested in an area that the City is seeking more residents in) there is a hotel, the Hampton Inn, at 25 Chapel and I can only imagine what visitors to our city think about Albany when they witness this debauchery. You can be sure that the people in the parking lot are not paying for it. It should be closed with a chain to keep cars out of it.
  • 4 Clinton Square Albany, New York - Sheridan Hollow
    when there are bands playing on the patio/ street outside of mcgeary's (usually thursday through saturday evenings now) the noise is very loud and travels up orange street - if not other areas. the music is so loud that even with all windows and doors closed I can still hear the music in my home at 17 Chapel street. the music continues to at least 10 PM which disturbs my family and I for sleeping. Can a noise limit or time when have to be done playing be put on the outside bands? can the band location be moved so that the noise is blocked by the buildings along clinton square?
    this is now a residential area and we need to respect the needs of the homeowners and our need for quiet and sleep