There are four storm water drains located at the intersection noted above! The drains are plugged and clogged so badly that the street floods every time it rains. I have been trying since July 13th to get resolution on this issue! See prior submission! The city cleaned one culvert out, but did not fix the problem or remove the blockage! The intersection continues to flood and the water tables of the surrounding properties continue to raise! I have been pumping out my garage/basement for 16 hours per day since July 14th! I have personally contacted Mr Sam Stergil in the storm water department without getting resolution on this problem! Who can I talk to next to get some action on this issue?
This house has had tarps on the roof since we moved in November of 2014. Most recently, the pool is full of black water, causing a mosquito issue, the gate surrounding the pool area has been left open inviting danger to the neighborhood and extensive garbage including chemicals are sitting outside the home in a pile.
Coming from Tampa across the Howard Frankland - at the northernmost part of 4th Street North - in St. Pete - there are AT LEAST eight (8) consecutive street lights on the west side of the street that do not work. There are others, as well. Even when you get to 116th Ave. North - and south to Gandy Blvd. - there are more street lights out. I thought about recording the number of each light - but, really, this is the job of the miscreants at Duke. I'm not doing their job for them. I've reported numerous other street lights out in the area and Duke does nothing. If this was near the home of some Duke executive the lights would be fixed within a few hours.
1 block of 46th Avenue North, between 16th Street and Haines Road is in desperate need of repaving. All of the roads adjacent to 46th Avenue and on the other side of 16th street were repaved at least once in the past 5 years but this portion of 46th Avenue has been forgotten.
9801-10261 Gandy Boulevard North Saint Petersburg, Florida - St. Petersburg
When turning left onto Gandy/Roosevelt from northbound 4th street, no one seems to know which lane to turn into. The signs are obvious and the lines are obvious yet I personally have been hit by two people who had no idea that they were turning into the wrong lane every single day. I think the turn lines need to be painted brighter and the intersection monitored by police and citations handed out. It seems that is the only way for people to learn. It is much worse now that the light is in the middle of the street.
My neighbor Rachel has two extremely bright lights on 24/7 on the north side of her house (which she rents), which light up the entire back of my house all night long. I have asked her, in a letter, to turn off the lights when she goes to bed at night but she has maliciously left a letter in my mailbox stating she is willfully leaving them on on purpose. I was unable to determine if having these extremely bright lights turned on within approximately 15 feet of my house, all night, was a code violation. I have already had to report her two times to animal control for neglecting her pitpull which she calls her guard dog. She leaves the dog unattended outside chained to a tree on a 4 foot leash for days at a time with no food, in the storming rain.
This house has new ownership and these residents continually park their large boat (on a trailer) in the driveway. This is my second complaint. From time to time the boat is gone for a day or two but always returns to the driveway for storage.