At the corner of Norton and Whalley, in front of Wells Fargo, rain overflows from what must be clogged street gutters. It extends from the bus stop on Whalley around the corner onto Norton. In the winter, this turns to ice and is a hazard for pedestrians as well as anyone boarding the B bus. Pedestrians must risk falling on the ice, or entering the road to bypass the large ice mass.
A large tractor trailer truck marked Apache Trucking parks regularly on the north side of Whalley right after Norton. It presents a dangerous obstacle to clear vision of the roadway and cars entering Whalley.
I clearly have my trash can marked with my address on it so no one takes it. I keep it extremely clean. The trash men on my street do not always place the cans back in front of the houses where they came from. When I came home last night from work someone else's filthy can was in front of my house I searched my neighbors yards to find my can and cannot find it. Can you please take away this filthy one that clearly does not belong to my house and replace it? I would appreciate it. Thanks so much.
I hope LCI is knocking on doors as they pick up, as at least some of these dumped items must be from landlords/residents. Or, perhaps you can place notices on doors/in mailboxes letting people know where they should properly dump the items.
Whalley And Norton New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
DTTP needs to patrol bus stops along Whalley for offenders parked in bus zones. At this particular location, people park so they can stop in the pizza place or the mini mart. This means we have to walk in the road, in all weather conditions, to board/deboard the bus. This is dangerous and unnecessary. If drivers need to learn the hard way that there is no parking/standing in bus zones, so be it - ticket them.