Alley is flooding into my backyard when there is no rain. The alley was repaired about a year ago but problem continues. Water is clean and may be coming from neighbor's pool but accumulates behind my home and the home behind me. Photos were taken at 11:00am so water is gone but you can see where it was. This happens several times a week. Can anything be done? As you can see, nothing will grow in flooded area of my yard (due to chlorine?). Should I report as code compliance instead? Or are you allowed to drain pool water into public alley?
Alleyway has old pavement sections that become hazardous when walk/biking/driving due to their appearance being subtle. This alleyway has caused several people in the area to trip and fall including myself. I would like to request that it be repaved to prevent further injury.
Riviera Pools is building a pool at this location and their equipment crushed a significant portion of the side walk, I have contacted them and they will not return my calls or e mails in regards to fixing the damage they caused.
Hillsborough/ Pasco: 813-961-2358
Pasco/ Pinellas: 727-498-8612
This house is going under extensive renovation. Everday we can hear the severe demo and construction. They are doing it at all hours of the day and night. We even called the police once for construction at 11:00PM. Today Saturday morning they have a crew in unmarked trucks cutting the Live oak in the front yard. They got a permit for windows and door and apparently the blind inspectors did not notice the SEVERE demo and construction going on. Please do something.... We are tired of those flippers that do whatever they want with the city "approval" and the inspectors that make blind eyes for gross violations as removing asbestos as already happen with another neighbor when we notify the City. The neighborhood is full of those house traps made with official stamp.