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Open Issues: 8 Closed Issues: 16 Acknowledged Issues: 0
Watching issues created after: 2012-05-18

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  • 5200 New York 28 Mount Tremper, NY 12457, USA - Shandaken
    Hanover farms
    cars pull out into 55 mph traffic. this produce market is illegal , the town and NYSDOT will be partners in the death of an innocent driver.
  • Carle Rd Woodstock, NY 12457, USA - Shandaken
    Current speed limit is 45mph. It must be reduced to 35mph from the four corners in Mt. Tremper to the Wittenberg Store. Too many speeding cars going way over the limit. I sometimes fear for my safety while out running or walking the dogs.
  • 5316-5320 New York 212 Mt Tremper, NY 12457, USA - Shandaken
    4 corners of Mt. Tremper has no road sign for "Wittenberg Road."
  • 617 Oliverea Rd Big Indian, NY 12410, USA - Shandaken
  • potholes Archived
    Rt 28 - Shandaken
    Very deep pothole just past entrance to main street Phoenicia approximately 1/8 to 1/4 of a mile and it is on the west bound side.also numerous potholes from that point on both east and westbound sides of Rt 28 up to State Rt 42. If they had repaved this section last year like they should have instead of wasting the money on repaving from Mt Tremper to the entrance to main street Phoenicia by the eagle there would not be this problem now!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Rt 28 From 214/Phoenicia Turn Off To Rt 42 Shandaken, NY 12480, USA - Shandaken
    Route 28 from rt 214 / Phoenicia turn off to rt 42 has numerous potholes that need to be patched. called the dot about 2 weeks ago and no action yet. If they had repaved this section of rt 28 last year instead of the section from Mt Tremper to Phoenicia which did not need it as bad as this section did and still does it would not be as bad as it is now! It is like driving an obstacle course you at times have to go in the opposing lane to avoid the holes. Right after the 214/ Phoenicia turn off is a large hole on the right which instead of fixing they just put a barrel over . why they cannot fix the hole is beyond me it has been that way for at least 2 weeks now. Dot start doing your job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • 68 Main St Phoenicia, NY 12464, USA - Phoenicia
    The sidewalks on this town maintained, county owned strip which is the town seat are in deplorable condition, when is the town going to fix this issue??
  • 5299-5351 New York 28 Phoenicia, NY 12464, USA - Shandaken
    Route 28 from Mount Tremper to Highmount is a DISASTER.
    The entire road looks like it's been BOMBED. Think I'm exaggerating? Take a ride! People have had near misses and probably accidents trying to avoid these crevasses. How many residents have had additional expensive car repairs due to Ulster County's NEGLECT?
  • 25 Main St Chichester, NY 12416, USA - Shandaken
    A sewer system is required, why are people stalling this issue? NYC has provided 17 million dollars for the building of this system, build this system and finally protect NYC's waters as well as our own.
  • State Route 28 Shandaken, NY 12410, USA - Shandaken
    Has anyone noticed the brand new pavement laid down in August on Route 28 has already started to break up from Pine Hill to Glenford? By next year it will look like it did before the paving !!!!!! NYS DOT better get on this one and take a ride and look at the seams as well as other in-lane potholes-to-be!!! The pavement retains water and never seems to dry after it rains like the old pavement did so it's no wonder it's heaving in the cold weather.
  • 768 Wittenberg Rd Mt Tremper, NY 12457, USA - Shandaken
    Wittenberg Road was repaved months ago. The Highway Dept. has not repainted the yellow center lines nor the white fog lines since the work was completed. Great job on the repavement but people are passing in areas that are not safe, and it is very difficult to drive in bad weather or night. It's a school bus route so let's at least keep it safe for the kids.
  • Pot Holes Archived
    6790-6890 New York 28 Phoenicia, NY 12464, USA - Shandaken
    There are several dangerous pot holes on State Route 28 all through the town of Shandaken to the Phoenicia entrance.