Pine trees grow in cluster and hanging low over sidewalk. Too low for utility trucks to miss, and they scatter tons of pine needles each time they pass. It has created an impasse on the sidewalk and is never maintained. Trees are located on 46th Street side of property, on edge next to sidewalk. Residents place trash cans on this side (as house sits on 46th St side) and each time the cans are lifted, it hits all the low hanging branches and knocks off piles of needles. Please trim back to keep the sidewalk and street clean.
This house has been vacant for 4+ years; recently was purchased and an Eviction notice provided for squatters. The yard has not been kept up at all, and is growing more than waist high. This includes not only the full lot, but also the city-owned right-of-way!
This house is being renovated in extreme measures by a company (who has their sign in the front yard). The work began weeks ago, and all of the "discard" material has been left piled high in the back yard. The back yard faces onto 46th St. South. From 46th street (view is not blocked by fence or anything), the entire yard looks like a rubbish heap..looks more like a commercial construction company site than a private residence. No one has been working on the premise for a while, and no one has cleaned up.
Home was severely damaged in September by hurricane when tree fell through roof. Tarps covered the roof but have become torn allowing rain to get inside the building. The odor of Mold and Mildew spores fill the air. Local Children play around the falling down structure. The home is officially condemned, can anyone advise what the process and time table are for this home?