Open Issues: 74 Closed Issues: 1 026 Uppmärksammade Ärenden: 278
Watching issues created after: 2013-05-21

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  • 18 Shattuck Street Lowell National Historical Park, Lowell, MA 01852, USA - Lowell
    Storm drain washing out
  • Traffic Concern Acknowledged
    356 Aiken Street Lowell, Massachusetts - Lowell

    Intersection of Perkins and Aiken Streets.

    I think that this busy intersection should have full traffic lights, not just stop signs for the traffic on Perkins crossing Aiken.

    There are about 472 students now living in the new University Suites right at this intersection, and they cross Aiken to attend classes. Right now, cars just stop in the street to let students cross, or students simply cross disregarding traffic, hoping it will stop for them. It's a disaster waiting to happen.

  • 41 Forest Street Lowell, Massachusetts - Lowell
    Trash Tote placed out TODAY, PIck up is not until THURSDAY
  • 705-731 Broadway Street Lowell, Massachusetts - Lowell

    Ever since this sidewalk's wooden planks began buckling, it has been taken out of commission. That was, I think, over a year ago. In the photo, you can see where the fence begins.

    On 7/22/13, the City of Lowell told me, "This bridge is owned by Enel. The latest status update they gave us is that they have received bids for the work. The prices are higher than they thougth they'd be. We (City, UML, MCC and NPS) have requested that Enel bring a schedule for the work to the next monthly status meeting.
    The short answer to your question is that we don't know when it will be fixed."

    On 7/25/13, Enel Green Power said, "Enel Green Power North America is working on a plan for the repair of the sidewalk, but has encountered some delays. The final repair plan will be determined through a collaborative effort between our company and the City of Lowell.

    We closed the sidewalk for public safety and did provide means for pedestrians to cross the street to the other sidewalk. However, we certainly understand the inconvenience of the arrangement for those who frequently use the route; but we will maintain this set-up as it is the safest option at this time. Please note that this solution is temporary until the sidewalk can be replaced.

    I am happy to forward you a final plan for the sidewalk replacement as soon as it is available. We do apologize for the inconvenience."

    While I understand that these things tend to drag on, it's frustrating, and the chain-link fence is just another visual blight. Further, I've noticed that pedestrians who need to stay on that side of the road will not cross to use the opposite sidewalk, but rather just walk in the street.

  • 30 Market St Lowell, MA - Lowell
    The barriers for the Centro Restaurant sidewalk seating area cause the sidewalk passage to become dangerously narrow. Elderly and other handicapped pedestrians are forced to run a gauntlet of scooters, bicycles, baby strollers and other vehicles in a space barely wide enough to walk in a single direction, let alone two.
  • 501-553 Pawtucket Street Lowell, Massachusetts - Lowell

    Who owns/is responsible for parking enforcement in the lot at the park on Pawtucket St across from the Hess gas station? Two-thirds of the lot have been taken over for UMass faculty and commuter parking (which I don't understand, given the new parking garage), but there are roughly a dozen spaces that are clearly marked as "Recreational Parking only - UMass parking prohibited." However, every morning, the recreational spaces are filled with cars, despite the complete absence of other park users (perhaps because they can't find a place to park). I have seen students in cars without UMass stickers park here, but they are clearly students, as they park, wait around to make sure no one is watching, then grab their backpacks and head to class. Recreational users who have to drive to the park cannot use the park if their are no spaces available.

    I understand that enforcement must be difficult, given that the students parking here do not have UMass stickers on their vehicles. But there must be a solution. I'd be happy to apply for/obtain a recreational parking permit if that were an option.

  • Street Light Outage Acknowledged
    40 Market Street Lowell, MA 01852, USA - Lowell
    Almost all the street lights along credit union and parking garage are out. It makes it very dark and dangerous because you cannot see the sidewalk icy patches.
  • 187 Cumberland Road Lowell, MA 01850, USA - Lowell
    198-200 Cumberland Road
    Accumulated trash, dumping
  • Graffiti Acknowledged
    63 Canal Street Lowell, MA 01852, USA - Lowell
    Tag on granite slab in Kerouac Park
  • Sidewalk Repair Acknowledged
    135 Central Street Lowell National Historical Park, Lowell, MA 01852, USA - Lowell
    Stairs outside rear exit: edges of many of the steps are crumbling and need repair so that people don't fall down stairs.
  • 15 Inland Street Lowell, MA - Lowell
    15 cars parked in a small side yard at 15 Inland St.
  • 555-751 Pawtucket St Lowell, MA 01854, USA - Lowell
    Lots of Japanese knotweed along the river intruding on path