22nd Police District, Bicycle Incidents

开放式问题: 0 已解决的问题: 5 已确认的问题: 0
关注的问题创建时间晚于: 2009-12-22

This watch area is set up by the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia to report traffic accidents or instances of road rage and harassment.

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  • 1704 West Norris Street Philadelphia, PA - North Central
    Trash, furniture, garbage and debris fill this city owned lot. Additionally, there is a storage container owned by the Maze Group Development Inc sitting on the lot. Trash is routinely strewn on top of and in back of this container. The lot is also overgrown, creating a breeding ground for vermin and disease. No child should ever have to live this way.
  • 1706 West Norris Street Philadelphia, PA - North Central
    Trash, furniture, garbage and debris fill this city owned lot. Additionally, there is a storage container owned by the Maze Group Development Inc sitting on the lot. Trash is routinely strewn on top of and in back of this container. The lot is also overgrown, creating a breeding ground for vermin and disease. No child should ever have to live this way.
  • 1710 West Norris Street Philadelphia, PA - North Central
    Trash, furniture, garbage and debris fill this city owned lot. Additionally, there is a storage container owned by the Maze Group Development Inc sitting on the lot. Trash is routinely strewn on top of and in back of this container. The lot is also overgrown, creating a breeding ground for vermin and disease. No child should ever have to live this way.
  • 1702 West Norris Street Philadelphia, PA - North Central
    Trash, furniture, garbage and debris fill this city owned lot. Additionally, there is a storage container owned by the Maze Group Development Inc sitting on the lot. Trash is routinely strewn on top of and in back of this container. The lot is also overgrown, creating a breeding ground for vermin and disease. No child should ever have to live this way.
  • 1708 West Norris Street Philadelphia, PA - North Central
    Trash, furniture, garbage and debris fill this city owned lot. Additionally, there is a storage container owned by the Maze Group Development Inc sitting on the lot. Trash is routinely strewn on top of and in back of this container. The lot is also overgrown, creating a breeding ground for vermin and disease. No child should ever have to live this way.