Sidewalk is not level and broken up to the point where it is completely impassable by foot, let alone by wheelchair. The house is vacant and has been reported previously to the Building Dept for vagrants. May be on tear down list, but that doesn't fix the sidewalk.
NEIGHBOR STATED TENANT WAS KILLED LAST WEEK BY HER HUSBAND AT THIS PROPERTY AND BLOOD, NEEDLES, ETC REMAIN ON THE FRONT PORCH. SHE FEELS THIS IS A SAFETY/HEALTH ISSUE AND WOULD LIKE PROPERTY CHECKED & CLEANED UP
Mattresses, old mowers, old appliances, food trash, you name it. They are scrappers, running trucks at all hours of the night. The Health Dept is aware of previous problems with this address. It is a rental.
NEIGHBOR LIVES AT 819 MCGREGOR & DESCRIBES PROPERTY NEXT TO HIM THAT HAD A FIRE 3 MONTHS AGO. NO HOUSE NUMBER SO HE CAN'T GIVE ME ADDRESS HOME IS NOTHING BUT RUBBLE AND ITS A SAFETY ISSUE NEIGHBORS CAN'T EVEN USE THEIR DRIVEWAY DUE TO THE MESS. WANTS THIS LOOKED INTO IMMEDIATELY AND CLEANED UP.
This fence continues to be a problem. It was reported to Building/Code last year and the tenants or owners (not sure if they're renting to own or do own) fixed part of the fence. The largest problem is that they do not have their OWN back fence. Instead of purchasing their own fence and installing it for their own private use, they use the fence that was put up years ago by the owners of 1123 8th Street NW. Both parties own dogs. Since the people on Wilson have put up their side fences (legally?), they leave their dogs out all night barking, and the owners of 1123 8th cannot let their dogs out because the dogs on Wilson jump on 1123's fence and tear it to pieces. They can't even maintain their own fence because they have been blocked from accessing it. This cannot be legal. Please look into this as soon as possible as this is not a first request, and this is causing all sorts of problems. The police were out Sunday morning for this. Also, the fire department should be notified that 1128 Wilson is having bonfires on a weekly basis. You'll noticed the scorched tree in the driveway on your visit. Thank you for your time and cooperation.