People living in filthy conditions in garage with smell of feces coming from it. Cats are infested within the garage including kittens and stray's. Tents set up in the back yard and animal feces surrounding fence and alley way. Not sure of who is living there, but neighbors do not want to park or go in the alley way. This is a public nuisance when they open the garage door, feed the stray cats, and we are unsure of who is in there?
They have yet to move their blue recycling bin from where it was dropped off three weeks ago. Both residents are in town and know the bin is there as they walk around it/by it to get to their cars each day.
Abandoned home with vagrants squatting. Home is not boarded up per code. Home has grass over 10" tall, debris piles in front yard. Another large debris pile in backyard of construction materials. This case was shown as closed and complied with, but obviously nothing has changed. There is no demolition permit on file either.
Yet again, the dog next door has attacked a person and another dog. And yet again, the police will not come out and animal control will do nothing. Their solution is to write a witness report, get it notarized, and submit it for record. When the dog has 3 reports, it will be listed as dangerous and the owners will be required to house the dog in a certain manner. If the dog escapes and attacks again (God forbid a child) the owners will be fined. City of St. Pete, I beg you to do something. This is a public safety disaster waiting to happen! You will you be okay with someone's blood on your hands?!?!
I've reported this before, and complaint received 'Invalid Complaint' Included is a photo of said property. One look and you can see that this property has overgrown vegetation, as well as junk being stored in front yard. Please visit this address, it will be immediately noticeable that property is not being maintained.