701-789 Minnesota Street San Francisco, CA 94107, USA - Potrero Hill
The furniture warehouse company leaves their trash, garbage, broken glass, broken furniture, etc all over the sidewalk after they stop working. Today a piece of glass cut my foot (I was wearing sandals). They constantly leave their trash everywhere and don't follow up on cleaning after themselves.
516 Mississippi Street San Francisco, CA 94107, USA - Potrero Hill
Living unit under construction in garage/basement at 516 mississippi st, san francisco, with unlicensed contractor. All work is unpermitted. Work took place, and is ongoing, from march or april of 2013. contractor has also worked at 512 mississippi, also without permits. Windows were replaced and first and second level decks were demolished and replaced. We are submitting and request that this report be treated confidentially and anonymously.
714 Rhode Island Street San Francisco, CA 94107, USA - Potrero Hill
SIDEWALK BLOCKING: Maybe permitted (200911302208?), but should not have been! Almost complete blockage of sidewalk, so owner could privatize sidewalk and create level parking spot for himself on a steep hillside. This prevents wheelchairs from using it, and forces pedestrians into the street. They should have to tear it down and restore sidewalk to uniform condition.
The deep ruts between the abandoned embedded rail track and the road surface cause a major bike safety problem. The bike tires get caught in the rut causing the rider to loose control. This particular spot is bad due to the bike lane being closed during building construction. The entire length of Illinois st has abandoned track with deep ruts. You don't need to go as far as ripping out the track, just put black top in the rut to even it out with the road surface. Many riders have gone down, including myself trying to cross these tracks while riding parallel.
700-778 Pennsylvania Avenue San Francisco, CA 94107, USA - Potrero Hill
The sidewalk simply ends here and doesn't pick up again for a hundred feet or so. There's plenty of space for one. This is a high foot traffic area in the morning and evening commute hours. When it rains, it becomes a muddy puddled mess, forcing pedestrians to walk on the outside of the parked cars in Pennsylvania Street traffic.