The entire length of Butte Street -- from the Steps on Florida Street, all the way to the Causeway on Tennessee Street.has a string of huge cavities covered with massive steel plates. Neighborhood disruption -- not just closures on Butte itself, but closure of cross streets, and parking of construction equipment two or more blocks away -- came to a sudden end on New Years Eve. leaving those giant holes and their steel lids in place and abandoned. I tried Public Works and City Hall's Ministry of Truth, and found only one link -- to SeeClickFix! So what's happening
Why are some waterfront events much noisier than others (example, March 19th) when - so we were told by the Asst. City Manager -- events are monitored for sound levels, and a city ordinance requires that load speakers must be oriented away from the city and face out over the river.
We don't need this JUNK at the GATEWAY TO SAINT VINCENT'S HILL NEIGHBOROOD. Please strongly require the occupants to the property which are running a Junk Yard, pulling parts to clean up that property as it negatively affect the value of all of the surrounding property in the area. Please cause these people to move quickly and not let it return to its current condition. I would also suggest the COV bill these people for moving their cars, trucks and trash. This photo provided is only one of numerous.
The white bus/RV that has been parked here all weekend is gone and his left behind their garbage in human excrement. Officer Gomez I am willing to help you prosecute these people for trashing my neighborhood again. I’m willing to make a statement fill out a form whatever you need. They been getting away with this for at least two years, and I would like to see this vehicle off the road.
Up to ten pickup trucks, loaded with junk and trash, and parked in driveway, and on street overnight -- at a 2 bedroom house! People coming and going at all hours but, when observed by neighbors, walking on by, and returning later. Drunken arguments and fighting on nearby streets - police have been called. Some kind of demolition and construction going on in the rear, not visible from the street, but involving a concrete mixer.