There is a bus driver who drives the M24 bus through neighborhood and to Cameron for 2:25 pickup. He literally drives 25mph and then comes to complete stops in the middle of the road. I noticed why today.......his head was down assuming he was on his cell phone and the reason for driving under the speed limit and stopping every couple of feet. I have no idea who to contact about this but it's an every day occurrence from Linda Ave through Simpson and onto Water St around 2:20. Someone is going to get hit or killed by this driver and he's very unsafe!!!
As a parent to two small children with plenty of other young kids in our neighborhood, we invite and welcome increased scrutiny and monitoring of the speed of the vehicles on Lockland Avenue, particularly as they approach Route 9. I'm scared for our kids, elderly neighbors, and even us as we attempt to back out of our driveway and then travel at reasonable rates of speed.
In 6 years, there have been at least 15 accidents at this intersection (that I am aware of as a bystander- most likely there have been more). There have been 6 in the past year alone. We have replace our fence three times in three years. Please look at the attached photo- and PLEASE, City Councilors, do something before there is a tragedy!!!! This last one was far far too close!
We've been seeing an uptick in groups of people entering the Cedar Swamp at all hours. Loitering around the area for long stretches of time and occasionally sticking around overnight and being inconsiderately loud. Tonight is no different than previous nights. We've also experienced an increase in issues relating to our cars being ransacked, Amazon packages have gone missing, and (password protected) internet services (WiFi, specifically) has been accessed without authorization and who knows what they're doing with it. We've noticed a large quantity of bags, purses, and empty pill bottles in the swamp. The police were already called regarding these issues. Lock your car doors, secure your belongings around your house, remember to update your router/device firmware regularly (don't be like me!), and look out for your neighbors! We're all in this together, after all. Pass it along! (this message brought to you by the 4-5 people yelling in the woods at 3am)
Kellogg Street Framingham, Massachusetts - Framingham
Please either notify immediately or tow or issue parking tickets as FRAM clearly states ODD side on ODD years and EVEN side on EVEN years and unless the math has changed this is an EVEN YEAR! 2016!!
They have ample space in their lots and choose to park on a very narrow road and right up to the crosswalk which impairs a drivers view for people in the crosswalk.
I don't believe working there exempts them from living within the law. three is no signage that exempts them posted to be able t park there - so either we all follow the rules or not, which is it?
8 Library Street Framingham, Massachusetts - Framingham
My name is Michael Mayo and I live on Library street. For the past 3 months since the change in parking signs the residents on the street an business employees nearby have complied and followed the rules. Since college has been in session there has only been one instance of vehicles receiving tickets. As the college kids are 95% of the problem, I believe this to be extremely unfair to the people who live and work here. I've personally witnessed cars parked in the same spots for 24-48 hours at a time. As well as people placing old tickets on their windshield to avoid getting new ones. Continued enforcement needs to take place, otherwise these signs and regulations do absolutely nothing outside of place a burden on those who live and work in this area. Please address the situation
There is currently access to the Framingham travel service plaza allowed via the residential streets that lead to it (Woodland Dr and Florita). This brings in unnecessary traffic to this otherwise quiet residential neighborhood, resulting in cars speeding very fast through the neighborhood at all hours of the day and night. We are curious if there is any way to restrict or limit public access?
Corner Of Old Conn Path And Foster Drive Framingham, Massachusetts - Framingham
When you drive down Foster Drive you come to Old Conn Path. When you come to a stop and look left it is difficult to see if cars are coming. This is because there are overgrown shrubs/trees growing over the street blocking your view.