1308-1314 Enfield Street Enfield, Connecticut - polytest
I reported the issue of parents who pick up students at the school parking in the designated fire lane. Reported this back in December. The issue was acknowledged by Enfield Police and they indicated it would be given special attention. Well, since then I have noticed no attention, surely not "special attention" to the problem. It's a safety hazard. Kids and parents, myself included, have to dodge between illegally parked cars daily. It seems like a straight forward issue to solve. Make it clear to parents, school staff etc. that a no parking sign in a fire zone means "NO PARKING". It happens every day, there are open spots for parent to park yet no one seems to care. Police, school staff, etc. If no parking in a fire zone can't be
enforced then why even have the signs up?
Has anything been done about this place yet. I was just looking at the delinquient tax and this place is on the hook for $19,243.62. I find it funny that the town still lets them get away with not mowing or taking care of the property and also not paying taxes. I notice they are an out of state owner in NY. Good to see Enfield is being taken advantage of while residents take care and follow the rules and pay their taxes these people get away with having an eyesore and a property value dropping plaza like this.
The roads for this entire neighborhood are extremely despicable, and need to be completely overhauled and redone entirely. I live on 51 Kimberly Dr and I am pregnant, these roads are a serious concern for my baby's health. There is no reason I should have to hold my belly when going 20MPH down the road worried that some serious bump will hurt my unborn baby. Considering my medical history of a Placental Abruption, and loosing one child I would hate to loose another child because of this towns lack of attention to this neighborhoods infrastructure. Not to mention all the residents, buyers, sellers, and visitors who are fed up with the amount of damage done to their vehicles. I demand temporary repairs to be made until the roads can be permanently repaved the correct way...flat. Please consider putting our taxes towards something that would make this neighborhood a pleasant place to drive in and out of, instead of continuing to ignore what could turn into petitioning, or receiving bills for car repairs. I have lived here for all my life and have never seen anything done. Now would be the time. Thank you for reading.
Where do I start. This property is a complete disaster. There are a million cars parked all over the place and on the lawn, they are running a commercial business out of there so there are vehicles and equipment all over. They take down trees and brush and put it all over their yard. The house looks like it is in disrepair as well. Probably the worst thing is they are always having loud parties with a lot of people and they have FIRES THAT ARE MASSIVE and there is smoke everywhere. The fire department has been called before but they don't do anything. They are basically burning all the stuff they get form their business in their backyard. Please do something about this as it is a concern for multiple neighbors.
This homeowner has junk piling up on the side of his house as well as a huge mound of soil and grass on his driveway in the front. Many people have been complaining about it as it make the neighborhood look bad and it brings down property value and nothing has been done
16 Pheasant Hill Dr Enfield, Connecticut - polytest
Good Morning! I've spoken to someone in the zoning office and obtained the name of the party believed to own the strip of land behind our home. I've since had them come out to view the property and they seem to think they don't own that portion of the development. I've ran in to a wall as far as information goes. Last year or two I did some research to see who owns the property and came up with a man in Hong Kong, yes Hong Kong - however, I'm not entirely certain that's true or not! I'd greatly appreciate some help in locating the name of the person or persons responsible for the land behind our home - it's overgrown and there are extremely large trees that will most definitely not survive this winter.
Property has hedges growing over 10 feet and into the street, inhibiting travel and completely blocking street sign. 6 foot fence on corner of property limits vision around corner and is a danger for motorists and pedestrians entering and exiting adjacent street.
Baco's Pizza and Natalia's Alterations have several high output light fixtures on the exterior of their buildings. Currently, there are two utility poles at the front of each property where there are two (one on each pole) 1000 watt high pressure sodium flood lights that are the majority nuisance factors. These flood fixtures are on from dusk to dawn. In addition to the two luminaire flood lights mentioned previously, the facade to Baco's pizza has a minimum of eight unshielded, non-performance type of wall pack fixtures. Baco's buidling mounted lights seem to be on a timeclock and the fixtures switch off by 11:00 PM. Natalia's Alterations also has non-conforming illumination on the facade with a what looks to be a 250-400 high pressure sodium flood light on the back of her building/home. The exterior lights on Natalia's Alterations are on from at least dusk to dawn and sometimes 24 hours.
The ordinace that I've referenced:
7.10.6 Outdoor lighting.
All external illumination shall be directed or shielded in such a manner that the source (bulb, tube, etc.) of light will not be visible from any street or from any adjoining property. No light shall be directed outside the lot where it originates. All lighting shall be shielded or otherwise designed to provide down lighting so as to minimize night glare.
Totally not acceptable from the USPS. This location was visited in the last week and I was very appalled when I walked in. The SMELL, the ancient interior, dirty and small conditions. No wonder why I see very few cars and the hours are very limited. Is this building up to code on the electrical, building standards, public safety, etc...? Interesting floors. Even though the only ones who may appreciate this condition are the 'centurions', why is this in such disarray when the postal service is claiming money issues. Close this one if it cannot be brought up to date. It will probably cost less. I do not think that any one is looking for a working, smelly museum in Enfield, CT right now...