New Haven Ward 1

Problemi aperti: 77 Problemi chiusi: 1.910 Problemi presi in atto: 78
Guardando problemi creati dopo: 2010-02-22

Emails will be sent to Ward 1 Alderwoman Sarah Eidelson

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  • New Haven New Haven, USA - Downtown
    Understood we need to cut the budget. Is there anybody trying to cultivate a donor to sponsor New Haven's fireworks? It would be a great opportunity for some companies to display civic goodwill. Anybody want help find philanthropic support for this endeavor and the Christmas tree?
  • Elm And York New Haven, CT - Downtown
    New Haven Police Department car w/ lic. 112 NH guns engine to run light several seconds after it even turned to red. No lights/siren not in a rush since he proceeded to cruise down Elm toward the green. He just didn't think he should have to wait for the light like everyone else? Dozens of motorists were there to take note of this as well as at least that many pedestrians and a New Haven Fire Dept. Vehicle parked on Elm. Isn't this an intersection where reckless driving has recently caused a number of casualties? I keep seeing reports of NHPD driving as if they are above the law and NEVER see any feedback from the Department of the City. Do you even care about this issue? I do.
  • Church St New haven, Ct - Town_Green

    Stickers from the store Enclave on the monument in the middle of the fountain on the green. It is an eyesore and graffiti and should be addressed.

    Reported from my mobile device
    http://m.seeclickfix.com

  • 304 Elm St New Haven, Connecticut - Dwight
    The road on Elm St between Park St and Broadway still have snow banks on both sides of the road. This makes it unsafe to park ones car in any of these spots. When buses try to pass through here and cars are parked, it can't make it through. The bus then has to stop and this causes traffic. It is also hurting the retail spaces in that area. This snow should be removed.
  • Front Street And Lewis St Park New Haven, Connecticut - Downtown
    I have called few times about light either blown or turned off inside the park making this a hotspot for late night crowd making noise drinking even illegal drugs the supposed to have 2 lights on and the blown light is on top of the sprinklers.. can someone fix this issue... thanks
  • College And Chapel Streets New Haven, Connecticut - Downtown
    ATVS AND DIRTBIKES ALREADY!!!!! Just this past weekend, it was not yet the first day of spring, and a large cohort of dirty bikes did several loops through the city downtown. They most always fly north on York, east on Elm, then south on temple and west on Chapel. This is their root. I have lived downtown for ten years, and the warm weathe ris their harbinger. The police do nothing, but it is not adequate to say they have a no chase policy. There needs to be more thoughtful interdiction. They terrorized the city several springs and summers in a row. If downtown is all not on camera, can't we get a look at the miscreants? What will the city do this summer to ensure pedestrian safety?
  • 222 York St New Haven, CT 06511 - Yale University Campus

    A crosswalk is needed from the University Theater to the Library Walk. There is a mid block crosswalk on Temple Street, in front of the Omni Hotel (which has far fewer pedestrians than this area!), which could serve as a model.

    Doing this would require bumping out the curbs and removing some parking spaces, in order to increase the visibility of pedestrians.

    A crosswalk would also help reduce speeding on the street. Cars currently travel through this area at very high speeds, putting pedestrians' lives at risk.

    It is surprising nothing has been done about the situation, considering the number of students who have been injured and the enormous numbers of pedestrians who cross York Street to get from one dormitory to the other.

  • 927-999 Chapel St New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Downtown
    The pedestrian signal at the corner of Chapel and College is slow or unresponsive. While the light is green for traffic on Chapel street I press the walk button.. After the light turns red then the light turns green for traffic on College street.. Then the light turn green for traffic on Chapel street again.. That is unacceptable. Who is really going to wait for that.
  • 288-294 Temple Street New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Downtown

    Mayor's Car in No Standing Anytime Zone

    It has been in this non-spot over 30 minutes at a busy intersection. Plenty of open spots downtown. Where's her $30 ticket? New Haven could sure use the revenue, whether from the ticket or the metered spots she's avoided.

  • 118-146 Church St New Haven, CT 06510, USA - Downtown

    racist and abusive behavior by a metro taxi driver should result in his termination. Metro Taxi cab number 181 spewed racist remarks and spit on a child.

    boycott metro taxi until this man is fired for his unacceptable actions.

    (calls to headquarters to discuss this matter have not been returned.)

    http://www.newhavenindependent.org/index.php/archives/entry/metro_taxi_driver_accused_of_hate_speech/

  • 250 Temple Street New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Downtown
    An u-n-s-o-l-v-a-b-l-e problem of filth on the once proud but now abandoned New Haven Green.
    The city, the citizens, the institutions, the heavily overburdened taxpayers have thrown in the towel and given the Green up to squalor, human waste, trash. And the beauty and wide community enjoyment of the Green is never coming back.
    And on Thursday, a lovely early summer day, near lunchtime, a grown man, shirtless and disheveled, unzipped his pants, unbuckled his belt, and urinated into the fountain.
    And the reaction? There was none. Because we've given the Green over to this, and now such is normal.
  • 25 High Street New Haven, Connecticut - Town_Green

    These restauranteurs are nice hard-working people, but what they are doing is completely inappropriate.

    From 9am-11am each morning, they bring in a pair of food carts a food truck, and 2-3 employee cars, -- all in front of their High Street business. Usually they don't pay for the parking.

    If they were just loading up the carts from the restaurants that would be okay. But they aren't. They're using the City sidewalk and street as if it was private property, washing out the truck and carts into the street, (food particles everywhere), and clogging the sidewalk with at least a half-dozen oversized coolers, plus cleaning supplies, food, etc.

    Is it legal to park a trailer in the Central Business District? And can one wash out a food truck into the City gutters? And why is no one enforcing meter parking, when the rest of us have to pay?

    I hope the City or Town Green takes action before other people start doing the same. And nothing against the Rumbamba folks. They just need to be told to stop.