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Open Issues: 58 Closed Issues: 59 Acknowledged Issues: 1
Watching issues created after: 2012-05-16

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  • 262 West End Avenue New York, New York - City Council District 6
    West End Avenue in the 70s and 80s have developed a big problem of loose garbage usually around the trash bins. No wonder there are so many rat complaints in the neighborhood
  • 540 West 55th Street New York, NY 10019, USA - Midtown
    People have been throwing out trash on the sides of Silver Hill Road in this area. Large trash items that can be driven to the dump, or can be picked up if they would just make the call to the town.
  • Brooklyn-Queens Greenway Bayside, NY 11361, USA - Douglastown-Little Neck
    Entrance to Cross Island Pkwy. North of Northern Blvd., Douglaston
  • 69 Clinton Street New York, NY 10002, USA - Lower East Side
    Some restaurant trash has been left on the street for over 5 days. Restaurant is not open and no one is taking reponsablity for it... Please puck this up!!!
  • Mosholu Parkway & Southern Boulevard & New York State Reference Route 907h Bronx, NY 10467, USA - Williams Bridge
    Southbound entry from Southern Blvd.
  • trash Open
    723 Empire Boulevard Brooklyn, NY 11213, USA - Crown Heights
  • Trash galore Archived
    228-06 Northern Blvd Douglaston, NY 11362, USA - Douglastown-Little Neck
    Litter at entrance to Cross Island Pkwy. from Northern Blvd. northbound entrance
  • 261 Liberty Street - Battery Park
    Mattress left on lawn
  • 1910 S Kingsley Avenue Richmond, VA - Westerleigh-Castleton
    call for brush trash removal and removal of furniture items towards front/ side of home
  • 81 2nd Ave New York, NY 10003, USA - East Village
  • East Mosholu Pkwy North And 200 Van Cortlandt Ave E Bronx, New York - Bedford Park
    trash strewn across sidewalk and dead mice on glue traps left along sidewalk. filthy sidewalks stink.
  • New York NY 10026, USA - Morningside Heights
    Every weekend very large parties gather at the pique-nique spot. Some are more rowdy/louder than others. They play music on loud speakers, bbq smoke comes through our windows, large amount of trash are left at the site after the partying. This spot in the park is right across residential buildings and this noise nuisance affects residents of the area for several months. Can't a more isolated place in the park be dedicated to large gatherings? And if this is the only pique-nique spot, can't the music playing be regulated?