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Open Issues: 612 Closed Issues: 3,781 Acknowledged Issues: 42
Watching issues created after: 2011-01-05

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  • 5 Lena Road Natick, MA, 01760, USA - Natick
    Course Brook in back of Lena Road is drying up and turning to mud. A few years ago we had an issue with low water due to a beaver dam. I have a feeling it is the same issue but I have never seen the water this low and I'm sure it's hurting the wildlife.
  • 74-90 West St Town of Natick, MA, 01760, USA - Natick
    The route 27 construction project is using the parking lot at em Mahan field as a lay down area. They don’t have hay bales or silt fences protecting the little pond behind the parking lot. This is a great little pond with a lot of wildlife. This construction project is also damaging the parking lot so they should be responsible for cleaning it up and repairing it. This message is from a professional civil engineer who lives in Natick.
  • Other Open
    243 Oak Street Natick, Massachusetts - Natick
    Neglected property. Hoarding, black mold, rats
  • 24 Water St Natick, MA, 01760, USA - Natick
    Recycling not picked up two cycles in a row
  • N Main St Natick, MA, 01760, USA - Natick
    There are political signs (O'Conner) on town property on grass leading from Route 27 onto Route 9 and off Route 9 onto Route 27. There is also one on the area of grass on Route 27 in front of the package store
  • 25a Hartford St Natick, MA, 01760, USA - Natick
    I have a dead possum in the front of my lawn and want to have it removed. Since I pay taxes for animal control, I should not have to hire a private company $250.00 to remove the animal. That is why we pay taxes, pandemic or not.
  • Pothole Open
    10 Possum Hollow Lane Natick, Massachusetts - Natick
    Large pot hole right at the intersection of Rabbit Run and Possum Hollow. Have to drive around it. Lots of additional smaller potholes on Possum hollow making it a bumpy ride. If these can be filled would be much appreciated! Thank you!
  • 57-99 School Street Exd Natick, MA 01760, USA - Natick
    major potholes from the rain storm.
  • Grove Road Natick, MA 01760, USA - Natick
    The road is so eroded and filled with potholes it is impossible to safely navigate. Since there are no sidewalks on this stretch of road, it is especially dangerous for pedestrians
  • 15 Aqueduct Rd Natick, MA 01760, USA - Natick
    Last year the concrete pole holding the street light fell. The Pole has been removed and no new structure has been put up to replace the light. The light is very helpful since it is an intersection where the road is curved. Please replace the street light. Thanks
  • Other Open
    3 E Central St Natick, MA 01760, USA - Natick
    Town sign on the common vandalized.
  • 10 Walden Dr Natick, MA, 01760, USA - Natick

    Dear Selectmen,
    I have number of issues, all centered around the fact that the area of West Natick is not given any priority with respect to any town developments. Our sidewalks are absolutely never cleaned during winter. Our roads are cleaned but never within a day or two of a storm. A huge number of people live in the condominiums off of Newfield Drive and many of them walk to the West Natick MBTA station. During winter it is a pain to walk because the sidewalks are not clean and the roads are usually muddy. Cars speed down W Central Street which makes it impossible to walk at all there. None of the 12 shuttles that run within the town of Natick, run on newfield drive, which gives us no option of transportation to the station. Most people are, therefore, forced to drive to the station causing clogged traffic during peak hours. Some of us (unfortunate people) who do not own a car are forced to trek down a snow covered road to get to work. It is my humble request that wither our sidewalks be cleaned to make it amenable to walking or a shuttle be sanctioned from the station to the condominiums on Newfield drive. The shuttle may not be free, since I think most of our situations are desperate enough that we would pay to get to work during winter.

    Thank you for your time,
    Anwesha Sanyal