I believe it is already being taken care of but don't know. I know that there is human feces in bags in those barrels. this morning there were seagulls going for it or something in the backyard. yesterday morning a cleaning crew did take some stuff out but never came back for the rest. don't know if they come in today
Harvard Street, willow, Henry, ferry and many other streets were completely hacked apart during national grids work. I live in this neighborhood and haven’t seen any work crews here in weeks. Tufts paving was overseeing the asphalt work. Get them. To fix these hack patch jobs. It’s pathetic that a city clerk allows those type of work to pass even as temp work. It shouldn’t take 6 months for NG to come back to finish and get a proper patch done. I work construction in Boston and these patches are complete hack! Let’s hold some people accountable instead of passing the buck all the time. Thank you stay safe
Rodents, Mouse, rats infestation has increased with increased activity on streets and digging holes. The city of malden needs to do something. Property damages have started to occur and people are exposed to virus. This could lead to lawsuit against city of malden if not taken care.
They leave the dog outside for a very long time. He barks a lot for someone to let him in. This has been happening for months but now it’s very cold outside and this dog doesn’t have hair. This is not fair to the dog, please help.
To follow up on closed issues 9227894, 9459343, 9461034, 9163105 and 9514140: the city removed the parked vehicles and the fences, and cleaned up. An improvement no doubt, thank you. This was about 2 weeks ago. When the fences were there they stopped the trash, which is now again freely blowing all over this patch of land. What is the city's long term plan?
This National Grid project that has turned Ferry Street into an outright DISASTER AREA, once completed SHOULD INCLUDE (just as our neighbors in Everett) FULL REPAVEMENT OF THE ENTIRE DISRUPTED ROADWAY! How can Malden allow National Grid to leave the area and get away with only patching??! THIS IS ABSOLUTELY ABSURD! Everett has repaved from Glendale Square right up to the Malden line! MALDEN residents DESERVE THE SAME! Someone from the city should make sure National Grid does not just tear up our roadway for their benefit, just patch and leave! As a long time Malden taxpayer I find this TOTALLY UNACCEPTABLE! WE DESERVE BETTER! SOMEONE NEEDS TO TAKE A STAND AND SPEAK UP!
Seriously? Asphalt sidewalk patch? Talk about ghetto trash. I work in construction and even have experience with sidewalks. There’s no reason why you couldn’t have laid a 2x4 on the side and build a form to pour the concrete. Instead the DPW took the lazy approach and dumped their asphalt in for a quick patch. Grow up and do your job correctly. We don’t pay for hack city repairs. Let me guess here comes the excuses for the laziness....
70 Boylston Street AGAIN! Litter all out in front of house and blown into street and onto Henry Street. Neighbors are tired of picking up after these people. Mask, gloves, and take out food all over the place daily!
Whoever planned the new sidewalk did not consider the neighborhood. There is limited parking on Holyoke Street and the new sidewalk reduced the number of parking spots on the street (corner of Stearns St and Holyoke St). A car is always parked at the very corner of the street. People even reserve it after a snow storm. Before the new sidewalk residents did not park at the very corner so people can cross Holyoke Street. Now the corner is always blocked. The sidewalk is always hidden, making a previously safe corner to cross to a dangerous corner. Please don’t punish the residents by issuing them tickets because the city poorly planned out the new sidewalk. Please move the sidewalk to the appropriate location. The sidewalk needs to be at the corner not a full car spot away.
To whom it may concern, I’m a Malden residence and my address is 182 Bryant st. On 8/10/21 a company was cutting a concrete panel with a gas saw on 178 Bryant st next door from my house. Please note they were not using water during the cutting, so the dust was airborne, and all over my driveway and cars. Water should have been used while cutting to avoid the harmful dust. Please inform the company, as they are working across the street now, and lots of dust is being released into the air/street.