Eric Huffstutler

Open Issues: 57 Closed Issues: 3,793 Acknowledged Issues: 63
Watching issues created after: 2015-12-07

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  • 413 N 27th Street Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill
    This is an ongoing issue. We on the block are puzzled by the fact that this house is condemned and has been posted so several time, even the door boarded up only to have the owner defy the city and occupy a house not coded for occupancy. We understand from real estate agents that there are no less than 17 different liens against the property and the bank locked the owner out of the house but again, they remain in it? Now the city is helping to bring it up to code? She had/has insurance money to fix it so why is the city (or ANY organization) paying the bill to fix something the owner could have done themselves? And is not even supposed to be in the house?
  • 3100-3198 East Clay Street Richmond, VA 23223, USA - Church Hill
    Bulk trash lying beside sidewalk needs pickup
  • Other Archived
    602 N. 29th Street Richmond, VA - Church Hill
    The trash can on the corner of N. 29th and Leigh Street is in bad shape and an eye sore for the retail businesses on the corner.
  • 513 N 28th Street Richmond, VA - Church Hill
    Street light in front of 513 N 28th Street is out. Sometimes it flickers on but quickly goes out again.
  • 300-304 North 21st Street Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill
    The lights at the two intersections of Jefferson/Marshall/21st and 21st and Broad are timed such that northbound traffic on 21st at Broad cannot turn left (no turn arrow) due to the green light release from southbound 21st at Jefferson being roughly 15 seconds ahead of the 21st/Broad light. At rush hour this is a heavily used intersection, and often only one or two cars can get through per each light cycle.
  • Graffiti Archived
    2209 E Grace St Richmond, VA - Church Hill
    Located on the brick wall
    Letters BBA and the word Bloods
    This graffiti is gang related
  • Alley repair Archived
    605 North 29th Street Richmond, VA - Church Hill
    Large pothole at entrance to the street. A concrete apron would resolve this long-standing issue. trash trucks in vehicles have placed large ruts at the entrance of the alley to the street.
  • 507 N 28th St Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill
    The root of the tree in the city tree well has broken the bricks in the sidewalk in front of my house. I stepped on these loose bricks this past Saturday and Quite literally broke my foot. I would rather nobody else be injured as a result of these unsafe and displaced sidewalk bricks.
  • 2816 East Broad Street Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill
    This silver BMW has been parked here for over a month. Expired inspection sticker over a year old. Please tow this vehicle.
  • Sidewalk Acknowledged
    405 N 27th Street Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill
    Sidewalk on odd side of 300-400 block had been reported over 6 years ago and still not fixed but seeing sidewalks in the area not needing it being replaced. Dangerous and bricks almost out of holes on entire block.
  • 207 N 26th St Richmond, VA - Church Hill
    Construction materials from the property which is under construction, including insulation and (lead-based?) paint shavings, are all over the alleyway.
  • 2800-2930 East Main Street Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill
    The grass at some areas in Libby Hill Park is over 5 feet high. (Yes, feet, not inches.) In other areas, it seems some attempt at mowing has been made, but the grass was way too high before that, so now there are just big slippery clumps of grass everywhere. Also, the mow-job was not thorough, so there are many random clumps of tall grass in the middle of the "mowed" parts. If a private homeowner kept their land this way, they would be fined, no doubt. So why doesn't the city maintain its lots?