Excessive running of diesel engines (minimum of 20 minutes each morning, sometimes up to an hour certain days) visibly polluting neighborhood air due while children are waiting for buses and various neighbors are outdoors.
Enrico Fermi and Mark Twain tennis/pickleball courts are in deplorable conditions. The courts are so cracked that you can't play a game of pickleball or tennis without worrying about breaking an ankle or having to miss shots because the ball has hit a crack and bounced out of court. Why have these courts been allowed to deteriorate so badly? Why haven't they been maintained? We pay very high taxes in this town and why aren't some of these dollars going to repair and promote healthy community/family activities. Why must my family go to Somers or Suffield to play. Worse yet, we find ourselves crossing in to Mass to play on safely maintained courts. Please contact me at 860-508-6897 or email@example.com. Please don't let the excuse be that the town has no money in the budget. These courts haven't had maintenance in years and the council should be ashamed!
I had a plumber at my house comment on the smell of back up sewage from my basement area and when the water is running - he said my pipes were clear and he suggested I contact the town. Please let me know if this is the correct department. Thanks,
During last summer when the roads were being redone in our neighborhood, they decided to extend the curb on my side of the street by around 2 feet. When they came to fill it in with dirt, they did not fill up my tree belt adequately. There are numerous areas on my tree belt where the dirt level is well below the curb, sometimes you can actually see pavement on the side where dirt should be. I have walked around the neighborhood and there really isn't another house suffering from this issue, which would lead me to believe that my tree belt's dirt level is incorrect. I would really appreciate it if this could be fixed as I can see this causing damage to my lawn mower and other tools I use to maintain my property. Thank you for your time.