Gwendolyn Bonner-Bennett

Open Issues: 127 Closed Issues: 3,718 Acknowledged Issues: 176
Watching issues created after: 2012-09-21

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  • Tree Trimming Archived
    22 Hobart St. New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
    The tree in front of this house is dead and the tree next to it is half dead.
  • 1529 1573 Chapel St New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Edgewood
    On the east side of the street, near Chapel. Reads "ABK."
  • potholes Archived
    Maple St new haven, USA - Edgewood
    The whole street needs to be done over. There are various potholes when you go done the street, some of them being directly in front of driveways. everytime you try to avoid one, you run into another. This problem really needs to be fixed. filling the holes in do not work. it just makes matters worse with cars and buses riding over them and whatever the holes are getting filled with is just being compacted down.
  • 694-708 Elm Street New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Edgewood
    Safety issue, Trip and Fall hazard
  • Tree Trimming Archived
    1609 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Edgewood
    Dying tree
  • Tree Trimming Archived
    1637 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Edgewood
    Dying tree
  • Tree Trimming Archived
    1637-1653 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Edgewood
    Dead tree
  • Tree Trimming Archived
    412 Edgewood Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
    house clearance
  • 65 West Park Avenue New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Edgewood
    Every time it rains the sewer drain at the corner of West Park and Hubinger (on Hubinger, just outside our brick home) gets clogged. Can you please fix this, please?
  • Tree Trimming Archived
    Ellas Grasso Blvd. And Edgewood Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
    young tree located btwn the purple house and the orange house on the Ella Grasso Blvd. street side...causing a visual hazard for the people backing out of the driveway
  • Dead tree Archived
    469 Edgewood Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
    No leaves all summer
  • 768-784 Elm Street (Sw Corner Elm And Norton) New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood

    I first reported this a year ago: There is a large oak tree on the southwest corner of Norton and Elm that has a big forked limb (so effectively two large branches) that is dead and overhangs the sidewalk. I am concerned that it could break off and fall on a pedestrian passing underneath. Since the tree is in the apron I assume it is the responsibility of the city to remove the limb.

    In December (12-06-2013) "Urban Forester, City of New Haven (Verified Official)" wrote, "The tree has been inspected and prioritized for action." SeeClickFix closed and archived the case.

    Well guess what. It's now September 2014, NOTHING has been done, that large dead limb is still there ready to fall on a pedestrian or, God forbid, a child on a tricycle. PLEASE TAKE IT DOWN.