Again, the people that used to live behind me on the alley, had people cleaning their house. Someone dumped now a big bunch of tree branches, etc. next to the dumpster and it's been there awhile. The above address is mine but they live on 37 th Av NE kitty korner behind me on the alley which runs from Poplar to Maple.
Today the garbage man was driving like a bat out of hell while going down the alley he ended up hitting a cable from the post that connects to my house and kept on going. That cable was dragging on the ground of the alley and in my yard. My neighbor and I wrapped part of it around a post of my fence so that somebody else coming down the alley would not hit it again he also tied a red T-shirt to the cable so cars could see it. Part of the cable is dragged down and touching My lawn please send somebody out to repair the damage your garbageman caused
There are numerous inoperative vehicles located in back yard of this house being "worked on." Owner appears to be erecting a fence on alley right of way to provide additional parking for a trailer. Alley communal trash can has been moved to accommodate the trailer.
I live on Maple St and 38th Ave NE with only 4 houses on it. The street is 2 blocks from the Crisp Park boat ramp. Our street is the only street without a No Trailer Parking sign and at least one weekend day per week there is a boat with trailer parked in front of my home. It makes it difficult to pass on the street and interferes with the small area our cars have to park. Please install a No Trailer Parking sign on my street.
Boat trailer parked in front yard, 1. The equipment is parked, placed or stored in the rear yard, in the interior side yard, or in the allowable buildable area for a principal or accessory structure; however, it shall not be parked, placed or stored in the front yard, in the street side yard, or in the buildable area to the front of the principal structure.