We just had our hourly rate done it because they put a new sewer line in and there's new construction going on at property address 121 33rd Ave. N. they had some forklift in here and now it's torn up the alley that was just re-done this week it was opened up yesterday I want something done about this this is something they been working on for weeks and now this new construction comes in with their supplies in tears up the alley get out here and get it fixed in sight them and tell them never to do this again 121 33rd Ave. N.
141 33 rd ave A brand new Allie was just put down and now they're having pavers put in the backyard trucks are tearing up the new mailing that was put down and pile of sand is now extracting the alleyway don't wanna completely cleaned up to weigh the alleyway locked prior to them dumping her yard of sand
At 161 33 rd ave n and PVC pipe is draining into the alley from there property and it is eroding the new Alley that was just put in. The city was out here before and asked him to move the pipe to different direction but the only thing they did was cover the pipe with rocks. To hide it now with the heavy rain the pipe is exposed and draining all that dirt into the alley please have this pipe removed soon and set into a different location please. Have run west to 2 nd st so it goes into the sewer thank you
Somebody has dumped a bucket seat into the canal near the Seawall to the east of this address. It is visible and accessible from the spot where Walnut Street Northeast dead-ends at the canal. Although it is positioned in such a spot as to not create a navigation Hazard at this point, it does not belong in the canal, and should be removed.
NOTE this is the SERVICE alley behind the address I submitted. There are no sewer or storm drains here. This is a pavement or milling issue. I have been reporting this (apparently to the wrong place but no one told me that they just took the complaint) since JULY. This becomes a breeding ground for mosquitoes in the hotter months (west nile virus anyone?) and on a regular basis is flooded when anyone waters their back yard! It is a mess and we can't even get to the trash cans sometimes when the puddles are bad enough. This is unacceptable and should be fixed. This is why we pay taxes right?