A tree in the back left corner of the parking lot at the end of Norfolk Street (dead end near DPW) has dead branches that pose threats to public safety. One big broken off branch is dangling right above the fence and could fall any moment and hit a car or person. The other dead branch overhangs our backyard (329 Norfolk) and could damage life/property if it breaks off and falls.
The city placed a temporary No Parking sign in front of 16 Shea Road, for tree work on Tuesday 11/24. The temporary cone holding the sign tipped over, the sign ripped, the sign is now on the ground and not really doing anything to warn people to not park here on Tuesday 11/24. Please replace the sign and temporary pole with something that does not tip over and rip.
Kirkland St. At Quincy St. Cambridge, Massachusetts - Mid-Cambridge
Two meters for one spot? It seems odd that there's a meter at both the front and back of this street parking spot. The distance from one meter to the next is spacious for one vehicle, but not long enough for two, even if they were two compact cars. In the attached photo, the white sedan (not my car) has parked all the way to the front meter, and there's not enough room to fit another car behind it. If a vehicle were parked in the center, which meter would the driver be expected to pay, the one in front or the one in back?