Gwendolyn Bonner-Bennett

Open Issues: 122 Closed Issues: 3,774 Acknowledged Issues: 175
Watching issues created after: 2012-09-21

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  • 520 Edgewood Ave New Haven, CT 06511 - Edgewood
    Plaque missing from statue on the closed road in the park between chapel and edgewood. These historical plaques should be made of a non precious metal.
  • Tree Trimming Archived
    469 Edgewood Ave New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
    Dead tree rotting for over a year. Resident called Parks Dept. to report.
  • 642 Whalley Ave New Haven CT 06511, United States - Edgewood
    Grafitti on bus shelter
  • Tree Trimming Archived
    Elm Street & Sherman Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
    safety trim
    WB at Elm & Sherman
  • Potholes Archived
    Ellsworth Ave New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
    Ellsworth to Derby to Orchard Street. very large potholes unavoidable causes damages to vehicles,
  • Eldert St New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
    Commercial vehicle parked in residential area. Vehicle was ticketed just before labor day.
  • 155–187 Ellsworth Ave New Haven CT 06511, United States - Edgewood
    Abandoned vehicles on odd side of Ellsworth (between Maple & Edgewood), closest to Edgewood. Thes
  • Tree Trimming Archived
    870-872 Elm St New Haven, Connecticut - Edgewood
  • Potholes Archived
    Ellsworth Avenue New Haven, CT - Edgewood
    Resident reports there are multiple potholes along Ellsworth Ave between Chapel St and Derby Ave. Please inspect.
  • Tree Trimming Archived
    1637-1653 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Edgewood
    Dead tree
  • 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.

  • Tree Trimming Archived
    1637 Chapel Street New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Edgewood
    Dying tree