Hello, I was curious if the city of saint pete has a role in managing the removal or processing of sea grass waste that washes ashore in neighborhoods and public places? The amount of sea grass is significant and as it washes up and decays produces a very foul odor and poor air quality. Could someone please provide some insight on this concern?
A large Pine tree in backyard of 6011 27Th. St. S. is dead or dying and creating a hazard condition for the adjoining property owners. The property owners may not be able to afford the cost of removal but the adjoining property owners might want to help with the cost of removal. I surely would aid toward that cost of removal. Hopefully this alert would motivate the property owners to do something about the tree.
Another large pile of junk at the curb and more junk along side of house and in backyard. The city should address this with the owner of the property. The property is a constant eye sore for the neighborhood.