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Mga Bukas na Isyu: 217 Mga Saradong Isyu: 2,040 Mga Na-acknowledge na Isy: 708
Minamanmanan ang mga isyu na ginawa pagkatapos: 2012-07-02

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  • 5468 Locksley Ave Oakland, CA 94618, USA - Shafter
    there is a white couple living under the freeway for at least the past two weeks. they have accumulated garbage in addition to their own belongings. the male was seen openly defecating next to the utility box yesterday. this couple moves around the neighborhood. they need to be approached by authorities and moved elsewhere. the couple needs help making a plan to get off the steets. I do not accept that people should live outside.
  • 450-454 51st Street Oakland, California - Shafter

    Please remove the very large pile of junk that has been left here, on the north side of 51st Street, across from 445 51st, between Clarke and Miles.

    Two people were living here for a period of time, and they brought a lot of stuff with them. I have not seen them for a few weeks, but their outdoor den is still in full effect. It's nasty and should be removed.

  • Other City Services Acknowledged
    Forest St Oakland, CA, 94618, USA - Shafter
    Couple living on Forest under BART. Habitually urinating and defecating in public. Violent and threatening with each other. Argumentative and combatant with passerbys and exposing themselves to children.
  • 55th Street Between Shattuck And Telegraph Oakland, CA - Shafter
    Underneath Highway 24 and the BART tracks on 55th street between Shattuck and Telegraph avenues are a homeless encampment and six to eight RVs and busses in various states of disrepair. Trash and human waste litter the sidewalks. Something should be done to give these people the services they need, and to clean up the mess. It is unpleasant and it feels unsafe. Another large encampment is nearby, beneath the tracks and highway on 56th and Telegraph. Users of the bus stop on the west side of Telegraph Ave at 55th are particularly vulnerable to unwanted attention by some of those encamped nearby.
  • Illegal Dumping Acknowledged
    Grove Shafter Fwy Oakland, CA 94618, USA - Shafter
    New dumping. Under 2 brown tarps. Under eastbound freeway. The year-long pile is under westbound freeway. Please notice this and remove before it grows.
  • Frog Park - Shafter
    Rat infestation at frog park. Rats are running all over the children's playground. Very disturbing. They are everywhere
  • Illegal Dumping Acknowledged
    599 55th St Oakland, CA 94609, USA - Shafter
    This has gotten freaking ridiculous. The amount of garbage, trash, junk, feces, and just general eye sore created by the two encampments on either side of 55th street under Hwy 24 is out of hand. City of Oakland. Earn the huge amount of property tax that I pay you and clean this @#$% up. Then put a fence up at the bottom of the hill so they can't set up again. While your at it tow the multiple RV's who have set up shop on the street and who are illegally parked over the white line and create a hazard for passing bicyclists. Step up and do your job or refund me back my property tax, because it obviously isn't being used for anything but lining the pockets of the politicians.
  • 5408–5456 Claremont Ave Oakland 94618, United States - Shafter
    Tent and junk blocking the sidewalk
  • 5615 Miles Ave Oakland, CA 94618, USA - Shafter
    a homeless couple has lived here for the last month at least and their belongings, trash and feces litter this open space. in addition to the trash, the man is verbally abusive to his partner and passersby and has shoved and yelled at her regularly.
  • 5442 Claremont Ave Oakland 94618, United States - Shafter
    Giant pile of hoarded and stolen junk blocking sidewalk on Claremont Avenue
  • 5300 Claremont Ave Oakland 94618, United States - Shafter
    Illegal camping in Frog Park #2
  • 5457-5481 Claremont Ave Oakland, CA 94618, USA - Shafter
    This pile of hoarded materials has been blocking the Claremont sidewalk for over a year. It is not an encampment. Why is this person allowed to illegally store trash on a public sidewalk?