Ivy Plantation

Open Issues: 17 Closed Issues: 1,497 Acknowledged Issues: 7
Watching issues created after: 2011-01-20

East Huntsville

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  • 162 Old Gurley Rd Ne Huntsville, AL 35811, USA - Huntsville
    Need more shopping options in this area
  • 162 Old Gurley Rd Ne Huntsville, AL 35811, USA - Huntsville
    Like Harris Hills. With Target, Best Buy, Kirklands, Michaels. It is a long way into town and this shopping complex would draw customers from Scottsboro and Gurley areas. There is NOTHING close by and located for those areas. And NO ONE wants to go to the Wal Mart on 72/Sparkman. Some Nice Sit down restaurants.
  • 103 Black Oak Dr Ne Huntsville, Alabama - Huntsville
    Sidewalk dead ends - need ramp installed to connect sidewalk to street.
  • 677 Old Gurley Rd Ne Huntsville AL 35811, USA - Huntsville
    They put some patch on today. Its just a patch not a fix. There is no patching in the world that will bring Old Gurley up to the standards of other roads in the area. It needs to be completely stripped and widened - a new base installed and a couple courses of asphalt. Shoulders are needed perhaps even sidewalks as there are times people are walking or riding bicycles causing hazards for themselves and motorists. This is the 21st century and this old road is no longer capable of handling the traffic required by the development in the area. Bottom line: Old Gurley is a disgrace and a safety hazard - the situation should be addressed by the City and County well beyond the occasional cold patches...Update - the area of disrepair is between Barkwood and Harris Hill Rd.
  • 3416 Highland Plaza Se Huntsville, Alabama - Huntsville
    There is a yield sign at the intersection of Monte Sano Blvd and Hwy 431 that needs to be larger or have lights around it. People blow thru that yield when coming W from Hampton Cove and turning on to Monte Sano. Just the other day, when it was really foggy, I had the green turn arrow to turn onto Mpnte Sano. It was a good thing I hesitated, since a gray SUV came thru that "yield" going about 50 or 60 mph.I've seen this over and over again, and almost forget it's there myself. Maybe larger sign or lights would help.
  • 1800-1806 State Highway 2 Huntsville, AL 35811, USA - Huntsville
    Resume construction of New commercial development on HWY 72 & Mooresmill. Roads were cleared for this retail/business development, but nothing materialized. Retail shops, restaurants, theatre, hotel, and other businesses were part of the Harris Hills site plans dated 8/02/2007.
  • 1624 Hwy 72 E Huntsville, AL 35811, USA - Huntsville
    Target, Whole Foods, Ikea, Old Navy, Bowling alley/movie theater (AMC, Rave or maybe even another Monaco?), World Market, Best Buy, nice clothing shopping (for men too), a nice hotel (Hilton?) ... Anything but "highway retail".. Huntsville has enough of that. This could serve Five Points, Chase, Moores Mill, Riverton, New Market, Meridianville, Hazel Green, western Jackson county and Fayetteville or Scottsboro.
  • Oakwood Ave Ne Huntsville, Alabama - Huntsville
    Diagonally across the street from 2463 NE Oakwood Avenue there is a broken cable pedestal on an empty lot. Marked the approximate location on the map. See photo.
  • 3101 Tenker Creek Owens Cross Roads, Alabama - Huntsville
    Concrete at corner of Tenker Creek/Wenzel Circle SE is missing. May be from recent fiber optic install, or perhaps upgrading corner to ADA compliance, but it has been this way for a few weeks with no sign of activity.
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    3204 Rock Fence Rd Se Huntsville 35763, United States - Huntsville
    Curb is need of repair .
  • 211 Williams And Broad Dr Brownsboro, AL, 35741, USA - Huntsville
    A couple of years back Huntsville Utilities cut down trees for the power lines. I had no problem with them cutting down the trees but they left stumps that are too high to mow over. About a decade or more ago they cut the trees down 5-10 feet in and this time they cut in an additional 5-10 feet in. Not sure why they did not go the current deep the first time. I was able to maintain the area the first time with only losing a couple of mower blades. Unfortunately I lost my second mower this time for a loss of about $500 for both. It would be great if Huntsville Utilities could cut the stumps to 1-2 inches in height so that the mower would go over them. They are anywhere from 2” to 12” or more. I have worked on the stumps when I can but I only have a residential chainsaw that has difficulty with some of the hardwood. I left a message on the answering machine a couple of years back but did not receive a response. I hope the SeeClickFix interface enables a better response. The stumps are between the drives between 211 and 221 Williams and Broad Dr.
  • Ppg Way Huntsville, Alabama - Huntsville
    Street lights in cul-de-sac at entrance to PPG are out.