There is graffiti all over the steps at the mouth of the spill way. I know that this was reported and that it was marked for removal sometime in September. That was quite awhile ago and long past the 1-14 day period mentioned. It might be new graffiti but it should be cleaned up.
Lundberg Street Near Meadowcroft Street Lowell, MA - Lowell
Vandalism (graffiti) on the bridge that carries Lundberg Street over the railroad tracks near Meadowcroft Street. Graffiti includes reference to white power, and swastikas, as well as other foul language.
Turning from Princeton Blvd onto Canton St. or Canton onto Princeton Blvdl is very hard at times with vehicles parked right at the corners. Can this be looked at to have a no parking from here to corner sign and put to about 15 from corner so it is safe to turn. With cars parked on both sides of the street it makes it a one lane road and people fly up the street. It is only a matter of time before there is an accident here.
65-81 Bridge Street Lowell, Massachusetts - Lowell
I reported this one week ago. Now, I'm not finding. There are three crosswalks marked. Two to cross Bridge St., one to cross French at this intersection.
However, there is no way to get a cross signal to cross French from either corner or to cross Bridge except at the walk closest to Kearney Sq. When a cross signal is lit to cross bridge st., Traffic on French St get a left turn arrow making it impossible to safely cross to the side of French closest to the river.
124-320 Swan Street Lowell, MA 01852, USA - Lowell
Swan Street/Industrial Ave dump still going strong, even with the cameras installed. Why are dumpers not being fined and pics posted in Sun? PLEASE remove this clothes drop. Such a disgraceful eyesore for our city.
175-199 Lawrence Street Lowell, Massachusetts - Lowell
This might be the wrong place to post this. Lawrence Street between Church and Rogers has had a history of cars peeling out (so some of them are parked and visiting or living in the area) or driving down lawrence st at a remarkably unreasonable speed. Its increased noticeably in the last few months. I'm sure there is an identifiable reason for that, but not sure what it is. Last Summer I was in my yard when a Pomeranian was hit and killed. It was a terrible terrible thing to witness, and i think about it every time I hear the cars leaving rubber on my street, or go by at a speed that is so fast and loud that i have to tell the person that i'm on the phone with to hold on until their revving engine has passed. Sure its annoying, an inconvenience.... and some of it is just city living. But this really feels like a hazard that has gone on and resulted in bad things. Pulling out of the driveway is a trip (in a bad way). I've seen the "you are going this speed" sign in other areas...what about something like that? i know that the neighborhood would actually WANT to see a speed bump installed, but of course that's not realistic.