Eric Huffstutler

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

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  • 2600 E Clay St Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill
    Green Chrysler Minivan has been sitting on the street for 6 months. It is missing license plates and stickers. The cops came by and put a bright pink sticker on it. According to that sticker, it was supposed to be towed last week. Someone tried to scrape the sticker off but hasn't tried to move the car OR put on plates and stickers.
  • Other Archived
    521 N. 24th St. Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill
    Corner of 24th and Leigh, yet another huge puddle going right up to front porch and extending into street. City said it was fixed, but it is not. Merry Christmas! Water for everyone!
  • 3100-3198 East Clay Street Richmond, VA 23223, USA - Church Hill
    Bulk trash lying beside sidewalk needs pickup
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Other Archived
    3111 E Broad St Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill
    Front porch brick supporting the pillar has no mortar. Bricks are freely loose. Wooden support post on the same corner is barely attached to the porch roof. Porch roof is excessively sagging and looks extremely unstable. This appears to be in violation of Building Code 304.1 that states "Front porch construction was started over a month ago and abandoned. Railing is not attached to proch and has been sitting in the front yard since abandonment. A plastic tarp drapes the entire front porch and is weighed down with bricks in an apparent attempt to protect the wood. This is causing excessive blight to the block and seems to violate Code 304.1 General that explicitly states "The exterior of a structure shall be maintained in good repair, structurally sound and sanitary..." and Code 304.4 "Structural members. All structural members shall be maintained free from deterioration, and shall be capable of safely supporting the imposed dead and live loads" as the porch is unsound and in immenent danger of collapse. Issue creating excessive blight to block.
    Furthermore, somehow (or someone) has opened. The bottom window has been raised and is now allowing the elements and animals to enter the property. Please have this corrected.
  • 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?
  • Other Archived
    2509 East Broad Street Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill

    This was previously reported as "Potholes" and was acknowledged and closed by the City of Richmond System after Roland E. Harris commented "this belong [sic] on the alley list not street pothole. will put on the alley list."

    Alleyway potholes. 4 very large and very deep potholes in Alley between 2509 and 2515 E Broad Street. Holes are in excess of 6 inches deep and hold standing water. Breeding mosquitoes and making vehicle passage through alley extremely difficult and dangerous.

  • Other Archived
    23rd And Jefferson Ave Richmond, Virginia - Union Hill

    A traffic sign needs to be displayed at the circle. There appears to be some confusion for persons wanting to make a left turn off of 23rd onto Jefferson going towards Broad street. Instead of going around the circle, some turn left avoiding the circle. Those going around the circle are almost hit by persons making a right onto Jefferson going towards Broad Street. They are not yielding to drivers in the circle.

    If this is confusing I know...so just imagine the confusion for drivers. It's an accident waiting to happen.

  • 215 N 28th St Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill

    This house has a non CHA and historic Richmond plaque of the front of its house. It does not match the other CHA plaques in the neighborhood.

    Please have citizen to take down the plaque and order a proper one from Historic Richmond Foundation. If everyone made a makeshift plaque without doing the proper research that is conducted by the Historic Richmond Foundation then these neighborhood plaques do not mean anything and their authenticity cannot be trusted.

    Here is a link to the CHA page and Historic Richmond Foundation page:

    http://www.churchhill.org/living/historic-home-resources/