The Traffic Dept often talks about plans to better connect Downtown to the East Shore/Morris Cove and Lighthouse Point for bike riders and bike commuters. One of the safer ways to get downtown is to cut through East Shore Park to Connecticut Ave -- avoiding Route 1 -- then continue on the sidewalk over the Tomlinson Bridge. HOWEVER, it is really difficult to get through the entrance/exit of the park to Connecticut Ave. There is a large gate that is always closed. You can pass through narrow bollards to the left of the gate but must dismount. There is also a large slab of rock partially obstructing this narrow pass-through. If you have a trailer (with a child) it is impossible to get through. Can this gate be replaced by bollards that bikes (with trailers!) can pass through??
Not sure where else to put in this concern- There has been a rust color Rooster between our property and our neighbors for about 1 month. We have asked people around Burwell, Chester & Irvington if they were missing a Rooster, nobody knew anything about it. Colder weather at night is setting in we are concerned about this animals well being....anyone direct us further? Thanks
The minibikers and ATVs are tearing up all the work that so many volunteers have labored over in Fort Wooster. We put ourselves at risk trying to confront these "kids" on their toys who ignore the posted signs. This is HISTORIC CITY PROPERTY and nothing will keep them out until we have fencing. The Friends of Fort Wooster are trying to raise the money but that takes time. What can we do in the meantime???
111 Fairmont Ave New Haven, CT, 06513, USA - Annex
Anyone know a good lawyer??!?
The sidewalk in front of my house has completely buckled, and tree roots lifted the concrete up by 4 inches in several spots. I have called about this issue many times! A “patch” of blacktop was suppose to be a temporary fix. That was done 15 years ago. Still nothing has been done. This is now a liability issue!!!
32–36 E Ferry St New Haven 06513, United States - Annex
The light timing is off on this light. Ferry st east bound traffic is only given two cars on the green light when approaching the bridge. Farren is given 22 seconds when approaching the bridge. Traffic builds up when the bridge opens and you end up waiting through light cycles because of the short green in the a.m rush hour.