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.
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?
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.
In the alley between 27th Ave., North and 28th Ave., North just east of 16th St. there is a toilet in the alley that has been there for the last two weeks and a mattress that has been there for the last two days.
Stagnet Pools at 2338 Woodlawn Circle West St. Pete Fl 33704 resulting in huge increase in biting mosquitos. These are foreclosures of Bank of America who do nothing to stop this problem. I called State of Florida Health Department where they have adopted a drain standing water requirement for the Chikungunya mosquito. Please help us homeowners here in Woodlawn. Call me at 7274700821. Lynn Woolums