Nelson Miller says we should complain to the property owner about damage done to our properties by a giant pavement miller, larger than we've ever seen on city streets, while ignoring our repeated point that we don't know who the property owner is & have ZERO contact information for that person as he/she/it never bothered to introduce itself.
Some cars have been parking to far from curb on the lower end of Blomerth and are actually parked in middle of street! This will be a problem for emergency vehicles and plows later tonight and tomorrow when the next storm hits.
What are the rules for a public park being used repeatedly for parties? More weekends than not my husband and I walk with our grandkids around Fellsmere Park and at the upper side where the picnic tables are people are using this area as their personal party spot. It isn’t fair that all the parking is taken and also all the public tables are being used. Is this allowed? I would think this would require a permit Can the city address this? This area is for everyone not for repeated family functions Trash left behind is also not fair to the other people who enjoy the park. I remember signs that were put up by the DCR but they aren’t up anymore.
The other morning i was in my car getting ready to leave for work when i noticed a woman crossing the street at the highland ave Blomerth st crosswalk if thats what you even call it the lines are basically gone. A car traveling towards medford sped by the lady going at least 30 didn't yield. the street is unsafe and lights at the bottom of the street will not fix the speeding and safety issues going towards medford. Maybe a raised crosswalk like they do in other city's with heavy traffic. Highland ave needs a REAL solution to fix the major safety issue.
18 wheelers are constantly going up and down glenwood st...there is a sign stating no trucks. This is becoming like a highway. Today at some point, a load of rocks were dumped in the road. This causing an issue with the vehicles trying to avoid them.
Most of the sidewalks on both sides of Dutton Street have not been cleared. This is the responsibility of the homeowners to complete and in my opinion, the city should issue violations to those who do not comply to this civic responsibility.
Just got home and tried to wash the dishes and realized the water pressure is very low. Affecting entire house; we ruled out anything internal. Would think if work was being done we’d have had a heads up and it wouldn’t still be the case this late at night. Hoping it’s not because of a fire or other emergency nearby.