Talham paving company is pouring concrete outside my house on Oakwood St paving over recent National Grid gas line work when it's snowing, raining and 37 degrees outside!! They should know that the best temperature to pour concrete is between 50-60 °F. The necessary chemical reactions that set and strengthen concrete slow significantly below 50 °F and are almost non-existent below 40 °F (it's going down to 34 tonight). Never pour concrete over frozen ground, snow, or ice. Hopefully they are aware that concrete in cold weather is recommended to have a low slump, and minimal water to cement ratio, to reduce bleeding and decreases setting time. Talham should be using CONCRETE CURING BLANKETS to prevent freezing and keep the concrete at an optimal curing temperature!! I am going to advise National Grid of Talham's bad judgement and DGS should immediately notify Talham to stop pouring concrete in this kind of weather! Personally I've never seen concrete used for spot paving.
the corner of avenue a and Ontario st 480. this owned by the trusco bank. they never shovel the sidewalks. this is an on going problem . i have brought it to there attention for several years . the response is always will take care of it . well they never have.
There is a large pothole at the entrance to the Albany College of Pharmacy's 84 Holland Building, as you enter the horseshoe driveway. We believe this pothole is on City property, as it was fixed by the City last winter. Thank you!
52 Glendale Ave Albany, NY 12208, USA - Helderberg
Rear of HSBC Bank foreclosed building is unsecured. Multiple calls and warnings have been made to the back and it's property preservation contractors to no avail. Rear stairs are also detached from house.
New Scotland Ave & Glenwood St Albany, NY 12208, USA - New Scotland
there is a trash bin that has been sitting on the curb for several months. contractors left it and no one will claim it. can DGS please just take it? it is across the street from New Scotland Elementary. thanks
Domino's Delivery drivers are parking at the end of Grove Avenue making it difficult to turn on when there are cars parked on the end of the street on both sides. Pretty sure they should be using the church lot to park.