Alder Charles Decker, Ward 9

Open Issues: 71 Closed Issues: 1,011 Acknowledged Issues: 73
Watching issues created after: 2019-07-25

Ward 9

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  • Lawrence St & Nash St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - East Rock
    What are the zoning allowances for billboards in New Haven? This property company has replaced a lovely mural with an advertisement. https://www.eastrockrealestate.com/ matt@eastrockrealestate.com
    (203) 507-2338
  • 149 Nicoll St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - East Rock
    No masks used by patrons or staff. No social distancing with ~6 people in small hair salon.
  • 300 Humphrey St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - SOHU

    Still think the house needs to "untackify" the Halloween displays. I'm all for decorations but......
    1. Very early for Halloween
    2. They're pretty tasteless

    I'm sure the owners mean well but it just doesn't fit in the great Goatville neighborhood.....house would fit in better somewhere else

  • Graffiti Archived
    978 State St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Bishop-Hine
    Someone drew a hopscotch board on the sidewalk in spray paint! Really? This is what our quaint little piece of state street has come to?
  • 43 Lawrence St New Haven CT 06511, United States - East Rock
    The stretch of Lawrence St. between State and Nicoll is a speed zone Certain cars/motorcycles (usually repeat offenders) will often top 50 mph through this small stretch How long must this go on before someone is killed trying to cross the road?
  • SNOW RELATED Archived
    Nash St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - East Rock
    Since there is no parking on the odd number side of the street during a snow storm, please plow toward the odd number side instead of plowing in all of the cars parked legally on the even side. This is a continuous problem.
  • 50 Nash St New Haven 06511, United States - East Rock
    Construction work ongoing at 50 Nash Street. No visible permits
  • 721 Orange St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - East Rock

    Last month I posted about a butcher at P&M Orange St Market consistently wearing his mask below his face, despite my complaints. (I remembered this guy—an older man with gray facial hair—in particular because he was openly grumbling about COVID not being a big deal at the beginning of the pandemic.) One morning this week I was back in the store and saw the same guy with his mask below his mouth, working with food, and helping customers.

    I’m not in the habit of ratting people out like this. I would just like to feel safe when I shop at a favorite local establishment.

  • Parks Request Archived
    83 Nash St New Haven CT 06511, United States - East Rock
    Construction materials laying around park and has been for over a year Some guy told me repeatedly that he owns it I don't really care. I'm just a young professional female that wants to enjoy the park but he annoys me when I do claiming it's his property Please help ..
  • 40 Foster St New Haven, CT 06511, USA - East Rock
    Customers inside wash tub are not wearing masks. no signs saying masks required.
  • 68 Mechanic St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - East Rock
    68 Mechanic St is trying to be rented out again and I just want to make sure it is still not condemned. The landlord of that building threatened a reporter with a box cutter when she tried to ask him questions. I just want to make sure he is not doing anything illegal and that everyone who rents that building will be safe.
  • 974 State St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Bishop-Hine
    I am writing as a pedestrian that frequently needs to walk down state street. As outdoor/indoor dining has reopened it has been increasingly hard to avoid mask-less diners while walking down the street. Often, the only way to avoid walking right next to these diners is to walk in the street. Now, this upper state street restaurant is building out a patio in the street to expand their outdoor dining area. This eliminates any way to walk down this block of state street while avoiding mask-less restaurant goers. In fact many of the upper state street restaurants are taking over the entire sidewalk area for dining. How are folks that need to use the sidewalk to access their dwellings suppose to be able to safely walk without having to expose themselves to folks eating and drinking with no masks? I would like the see the city consider how to create safe walkways where folks that don't want to come within 6ft feet of people with no masks on can safely walk down city sidewalks.