Recycle picked up this morning and several people like myself had crushed up boxes by there recycle bins, about 5 houses in all, this is not the first time that all cardboard is picked up!, this would only let me post one picture.
Are we not paying for complete recycling pickup? and how do you miss this?
There are destructive raccoons on our street. They have torn holes in the roof next door (2911 11th St.) and the roofer let us know that there were 2 places on our roof that the raccoons had created. We fixed it ourselves, but our concern is that it's related to the people nearby who leave cat food out for the large feral cat population that's become a problem and that was recently reported on 13th. St. N. (2 blocks away). We have seen the raccoons travel through our property every night for a while, but I'm concerned about their new destructiveness. They actually broke the wood under the roof felt.
See closed codes case number: 19-00011037
On going issue with overgrowth vegetation and the shed is breeding mosquitos and has been rain saturated and open for 2years. Backyard fence is no longer locked and gate was open partial to get this photo from alley grass front and backyard high. The owner listed is either no longer alive or in a nursing home and if the bank owns the property why is this a problem?? This is abandoned property since her step grandson died 4 years ago. Plywood also on front door which is code but not even acknowledged on last visit. Please address open shed, front door plywood and the ongoing high grass issue. Mosquitos are very high in this area. You will be swarmed.
Property flipper has erected a new fence that encapsulates property removing all access to city sewer and duke energy easement. There is perhaps a 12” space remaining between their new fence and the properties immediately to the south for access to the sewer clean outs. A duke energy pole with transformer resides in that limited space as well. Concerned for safety reasons.
This is not exactly graffiti but on a walk this evening I noticed two "Carrabbas delivers" advertising signs that had been attached to telephone poles. One was on the pathway around Crescent Lake on the West side near 16th Ave North. The other was on the corner of 26th Ave North and 14th Street in Woodlawn. It's hard for me to believe that the city gave Carrabbas permission to put these signs in these locations.