This is what happens at 11th Ave NE and Cherry St even after a light rain. It has been like this for many months and the streets are always a wet mess. The townhouse construction on the 400 block of 11th Ave NE has left the street in horrible condition due to all the big trucks that were here during construction. They really damaged the street resulting in potholes that collect and hold water.
Pool contractors piled large amount of dirt in alley. Rain is washing unconfined dirt down alley into storm sewer and creating flooding at east end on 1 Street North. Also leaving dirt in alley on the way to sewer catch basin.
I do not wish to participate in your recycling program! Not allowing me to opt-out is nothing more than a tax levied by the city of Saint Petersburg! Give me the right to refuse this program -
Duke Energy trimmed trees today in our alley. We understand this is necessary for hurricane season. The two old palms were cut back so drastically that they may not survive. Both are listing and will probably fall in a storm with high winds. Could the city remove since they are in the alley right of way?
Please have a bee expert look at this hive. This thing has grown like gangbusters since I reported it a month ago. See attached photo from today. I was very worried about the busy Halloween in the neighborhood and people's safety. If those combs fall (dangling no from underside of branch), I'm sure the bees will swarm. This seems like an unsafe situation in a crowded neighborhood. Unless we know that they aren't Africanized (and even if they aren't), this hive should be relocated.