the sidewalks are not clear. u cant put mounds where people cant walk though. the streets are not safe to walk in when cars are passing. my grandmother cant even walk to the store because its not shoveled. some people did a good job but there needs to be awalkway from one end to the other to walk all the way through. not a mound after ur driveway so people cant continue to walk.
I posted this comment as a comment to someone with the same issue but will also post it as my issue as well
we also had an issue this week with a meter maid who gave us a 50 dollar ticket in front of our house for a rejection sticker in an area where there are absolutely no meters anywhere in sight. You go to read the ticket where a normal one says the officers name and badge number and all this says is badge #1 lol a neighbor of mine has also had issues with this woman and when I say she is known to be rude an have a bad attitude according to people in the area these are the nicest ways of putting what ive heard her called.Is the city not making enough ticketing outside court and anywhere else with meters? you go down n.main or s.main and its like a streak of orange and white down both streets on any given day. The city needed a couple extra bucks toward the end of the month or what??people are struggling to survive these days and we dont need a meter maid driving her car to our neighborhoods getting out for laughs taking herself and her job way to seriously and giving everyone tickets for any and absolutely everything and the kicker here is guaranteed if a friend or family member of hers was the one who deserved a ticket theyd get a pass for sure.
eI live in an apartment buliding that has security cams and everyday all day and night, especially after the building manager goes home there is a flow of prostitutes comming in and out As well as drugs but when the police are called they do nothing. And the building manager says she can't do anything.
The Fall River Housing Authority is ignoring our elevators again. The elevators are supposed to be inspected every year, according to Massachusetts law, but some of ours are over four months past due. If I drove my car with an expired inspection sticker and got caught, I would have to pay a fine, but the FRHA never gets so much as a slap on the wrist. If the elevators weren't unsafe, why do they refuse to have them inspected?