City of New Haven Economic Development and Cultural Affairs PLUS

Open Issues: 709 Closed Issues: 3,351 Acknowledged Issues: 365
Watching issues created after: 2009-10-05

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  • 8 Grace St New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Cedar Hill
    this tree is been dead for about 2 years and it's starting to fall apart on top of the vehicles
  • 2 Haven St New Haven, CT 06513, USA - Fair Haven
    Couch and vehicle parts dumped on grass
  • Other Open
    Jennings Way New Haven, Connecticut - Abraham Ribicoff Cottages
  • 35c Jennings Way New Haven, Connecticut - Abraham Ribicoff Cottages
  • loiterers, Archived
    2 E Ramsdell St New Haven, CT 06515 - Amity

    lots of people loitering, sometimes drinking in public--

    i don't feel safe around here at night anymore--or even so much in broad daylight, what with the mugging on davis/whalley. can we get a greater police presence here? i feel like the 24-hr mart, i hate to say, is attracting some problems.

  • 72-B Church St New Haven, Connecticut - Town_Green
    There’s a dying tree in front of business and would like for it to be checked out.
  • 155 Olive St New Haven, CT - Wooster Square
    The sidewalk next to the Lucibello's parking lot on Olive Street has not been shoveled (no salt either, but that's not the ideal safe solution). Photo taken at 8:15am on Monday, Dec. 21st, snow still not removed as of 5:30pm. It's incredibly slippery as more pedestrians stomp though the snow. Can LCI or someone in the City department let Lucibello's know that this needs urgent attention? Many thanks!
  • 648 Middletown Ave. New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Quinnipiac
    EARLY NOTICE AND PUBLIC REVIEW OF A PROPOSED ACTIVITY IN A 100-YEAR FLOODPLAIN This is to give notice that the Housing Authority of the City of New Haven (HANH) has conducted an evaluation as required by Executive Order 11988, in accordance with HUD regulations at 24 CFR 55.20 Subpart C Procedures for Making Determinations on Floodplain Management, to determine the potential affect that its activity in the floodplain will have on the human environment for construction of new residential units under its Project Based Voucher Program. The proposed project site is located at 648 & 660 Middletown Avenue in New Haven, New Haven County. A two-family residential unit will be constructed on the site, which is currently vacant. The 648 & 660 Middletown Avenue site is within the 100-year floodplain designated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) panel 090084 0006 C (Inset B), Revised May 2, 1983. The approximately 2-acre project site is located entirely within the FEMA-mapped 100-year floodplain. The purposes of this notice are to: (1) Inform the public of this potential consequence and (2) Request comments concerning: (a) potential adverse impacts of the proposed project on the 100-year floodplain and (b) alternative sites or courses of action that might avoid or reduce these impacts. Written comments must be received by the Office of Mayor John DeStefano, Jr., City Hall, 165 Church Street, New Haven, CT 06510 on or before August 9, 2010: Attention: John DeStefano, Jr., Mayor, during the hours of 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Mayor John DeStefano, Jr. City of New Haven City Hall, 165 Church Street New Haven, CT 06510 July 2, 2010
  • 15 Winchester Avenue New Haven, CT - Dixwell
    Please inspect for repair / replacement. There is a 3 inch difference in the height of continuous. At beginning of Winchester near new Yale University developments.
  • Other Open
    Jennings Way New Haven, Connecticut - Abraham Ribicoff Cottages
    someone walk to close to 38d apartment street vending
  • 311 Eastern St E Building New Haven, Connecticut - Fair Haven Heights
    I often visit a friend who lives in the E building at 311 Eastern Street at Bella Vista. I can't tell you how many times I have gone in and out both the front and rear building and have seen drug transactions going on. I myself have been asked if I was looking for something , when I stood there and watched a transaction going on. I have times ,dates, pictures of license plates to name a few proofs. The same cars Ihave seen at the E building I have seen immediately following transaction there go to other buildings and the same routine is repeated over and over again. The security people are worthless, they even interact with these people like they are old friends.
    I grew up in Hamden and can happily admit a lot of family members were on the force, right up to a couple of Chiefs and also well decorated fire Chiefs. My Uncle Stanley Lungreen and many others served on the New Haven force for many years and they always told me. See it report it. NHPD needs to set up a resident officer or officers in these buildings. Tese were once nice safe senior complexes but since they let in younger people in need, it has become a hot bed for drug trafficking.and people trafficking.I have seen woman,I use that loosely because they look like they are 12, dragged out of buildings kicking and fighting and thrown into cars with older men. I saw one girl return badly beaten. I stepped in to offer my assistance, called the police and nothing was done. I am not afraid to get involved with civic issues. I was a NARC as a high schooler. I live out of state, but if I can see this, the other residence do and are probably afraid to speak up. My friend is moving because it has become to dangerous to live there. There are people who our obviously carrying a concealed weapon, many lying right out on a passenger seat while a drug deal is being carried out. I had someone try to grab something out of my car, but met with the fate of a dog bite, because they didn't see my military trained service dog lying in the back seat of my car. I told the guy to call the police to report it, I stood there with my dog at my side for over an hour and no police officers came to the scene. I assume it was never reported because he would have had to explain why he got bit and what he was doing. My dog is a sniffer dog, trained by the Air Force he goes crazy every time we go to visit my friend. He is capable of tracking drugs, gunpowder, incendiary devices etc. He single handedly saved 16 people from a building laced with explosives. He he can find these issues just when we are visiting, what would the very capable New Haven Police be able to do, if they set up an operation to rid this place of these dangerous criminals, that would probably lead to bigger fish and be a step towards turning Bella Vista back into the place it used to be... a beautiful place for seniors to live out their lives in safety. I see the NHPD has a satellite office there. Maybe it should start being manned again. These drug dealers are so comfortable i the area, that when an ambulance, fire truck and even police cars come in to help someone, it doesn't stop them from transacting drug deals. If I can see this with an untrained eye, why don't the officers called to the scenes report it or do something about it. If someone from the police force makes a comment on this posting I will be happy to get in touch with you. I will keep looking. Bella Vista is a hot bed for drug trafficking,prostitution and people trafficking. Let's clean it up, before some innocent person gets killed or even worse a child because they are allowed there now.
  • Other Open
    163 Lexington Avenue New Haven CT - Fair Haven Heights

    This home is storing multiple commercial vehicles in the backyard. These vehicles operate at all times of day and have loud backup signals. During the day construction equipment is frequently run, leaf blowers... I wonder if a commercial business is being run from this home. Routinely at 9:00pm they are moving their trucks around and all you hear are trucks moving forward and then backing up and they will do this for about an hour everynight.

    Now this property is downing many trees in the backyard, sawing them down and putting them through the chopper. I imagine to make more room for vehicles?