Councilmember Carol Wood

Offene Fälle: 1.510 Geschlossene Fälle: 5.735 Anerkannte Fälle: 111
Fälle beobachten, die erstellt wurden nach: 2010-02-23

I represent the entire City of Lansing and I am here to help solve problems. Please free to contact me either by email cwood@lansingmi.gov or by phone at 483-4188.

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  • Lansing River Trail Lansing, MI 48912, USA - Lansing
    Many if not all of the bridges along the River Trail have been installed with shiny steel plates to cover up the gap between the paved trail and the bridge. These get extremely slippery when wet or icy any time of the year (not just winter). They need to have some non-slip material applied to them to reduce the chance of nasty slip accidents by bicyclists, joggers, walkers, roller bladers.
  • 1502 West Mount Hope Avenue Lansing, Michigan - Lansing
    This snow pile has been over the sidewalk since the snowfall in January. Just kept getting bigger and bigger until the weather started warming up.
  • 3207 Norwich Rd Lansing, Michigan - Lansing
  • Dog Attack Archived
    926 West Shiawassee Street Lansing Michigan - Genesee
    Two brown pitbulls in this area came after my dog and me in this area. Neither were leashed or being restrained by an owner, and, no, they were not in a yard. Not sure what can be done to identify the owners, but this is the second time I am reporting such an incidence in this area in the past two months.
  • 2965-2975 Beau Jardin Drive Lansing, Michigan - Lansing
    Quite a few large potholes on the north sid eof the street, between Belle Chase Blvd. & Duvernay Dr.
  • 2910 Beaujardin Dr. Lansing, MI - Lansing
    Beaujardin Drive and Belle Chase Boulevard are full of potholes. I can see from recent posts that this has been an issue for quite some time. Please take the time to come see the massive holes in the toads out here and fix them. Thank you!
  • 500-598 Douglas Avenue Lansing, Michigan - Lansing
    The traffic signal for the east bound Douglas Avenue across N Larch St is too short. This is an uphill interchange and it will only allow 2, maybe three cars through the intersection legally at a time. Not only does this cause significant delays around 5 pm time frame, but it creates a potentially serious safety hazard. Due to the short time of the green signal, it is very common for two to five cars to run the red light.
  • 400 S Hayford St Lansing, Michigan - Lansing
    house has at least 2 broken windows, trash building up between houses and homeless person(s) using back entrance as lodging
  • Has not moved Archived
    1128 Dakin St Lansing, MI - Lansing
    The red Chrysler that is backed into the driveway almost to the garage has not moved in 2 years. It just sits there.
  • 1112 Ontario St. Lansing, MI - Lansing
    As the snow is melting it is becoming very deep. It was so packed by the time it was plowed there is alot softening mow and cars are regularly getting stuck. We can't even get out of drive way. Our street seems to have only ever been plowed once. The intersections are very bad as well.
  • 1920 Forest Ave. Lansing, MI - Lansing
    This issue is one that the Code of Compliance office has been aware of since the end of May. I sent in a complaint at that time about the condition of the property at 1920 Forest Ave. The next morning a inspector from your office came out to inspect the property. Found the violations, sent a letter to the homeowner. A week passed and there was no action by the homeowner or the other occupant to take care of the unkempt yard. I contacted the inspector via email.... and was informed that the homeowner was given an extension..... again another week and a half went by with very little effort made to clean the property up. The last few days of the before the reinspection, progress was made by the homeowner's son, (who resides with the homeowner). The property was apparently reinspected . After waiting for several days for some kind of notification from the inspector and getting nothing I emailed him as to the status of the complaint that I filed. The response was that the noted violations had been brought into compliance with code. How ever the makeshift privacy fence and tall weeds still remained. I responded with much displeasure to the inspector, because of the unaddressed violations. The next morning the inspector again visited the the property at 1920 Forest Ave. and the homeowner's son mowed and got rid of debris, again failing to address the makeshift privacy fence and weeds along the chain link fence along the south property line.
    Now it is my contention that REGARDLESS of the long standing and ongoing issues between the homeowner's and other inhabitants of the properties of 1920 and 1924 Forest Ave. Lansing, Mi. 48910, a code violations remain code violations, and the homeowner with the violations need to be made to comply fully.
    It is also my intention to visit the office of the City Attorney's office and file further complaints as to the property of 1920 Forest Ave including forwarding emails and photos from this complaint and actions taken by your office.
    Kimber Lawrence
  • 124 Shepard Lansing, Michigan - Lansing
    Last week, the pile of mattresses was removed. Promptly, someone from the building dumped construction debris at the curb in an unorganized pile. The recycling bin was also dragged to the side of the road and filled with construction debris. This trash is beginning to slide into the roadway. No effort appears to have been made to tag, organize, or somehow group this pile for legal trash pick up.