Tonight (Saturday - 9/26) I contacted the Malden police about a large party and my concern about possible Covid-19 transmission. The officer I spoke with seemed focused on noise and not the virus. I found this to be inappropriate and distressing given the mayor's and everyone's concern about controlling this virus. Either we're taking this problem seriously, or we're not. It doesn't appear that Malden cares... Some people had masks on and others did not. My guess is that more than 50 people might have been there.
Anyone who resides on the upper end of Highland Ave has witnessed the speeding traffic whizzing by. It's frequent, disturbing and unsafe. We are requesting that a traffic monitor be set up to discourage this annoyance.
There is an extremely bright strobe light facing outward to the street. Located on the secodn floor. The past three nights it has woken me up because its directed toward my apartment building located at 134 summer st. My annoyance aside, I am concerned it may be distracting to drivers coming down summer st and could cause a potential crash. Again to clarify the light is sitting in the second floor window with the strobe light pointed out onto the street. It is incredibly bright and lights up my bedroom like Times Square even with my shades and curtains drawn.
Water intentionally being directed into the street clearly by a pump. Same issue as their neighbor a house away. Please explain why this is acceptable? This has been going on a long time and needs to be addressed, please.
Crossing guard requested during morning and afternoon for beebe school children crossing. I had an unsettling experience this morning witnessing a speeding car blow the intersection with children present.
City replace this tree two times already, they killed three trees in this location. The existing tree is a Willow tree without a water bag, it locates between two walking paths. The Willow tree is a messy tree and will become over grown. A flowering tree is more better choice for that location
Do Park department have their own watering program for the new trees, rather than wasting money on new trees every year.