41 Woodland St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Dixwell
Yale students left this mess on the sidewalk when they moved out of 41 Woodland Street on THURSDAY (pick-up is on Tuesday). They mixed garbage and recycling. We showed them how animals had already eaten through the bags and started to spread the mess around the neighborhood. They shrugged and left. RESPECT NEW HAVEN. Of course the landlord is nowhere around.
146 Mansfield Street New Haven, Connecticut - Dixwell
126 Mansfield Street condo residents mowed the grass, and raked all the clippings, together with the litter on the grass strip, into the street. It seems they really don't know how to handle trash, snow removal, recycling, and the public space. They have put out yard waste in recycling, left snow on the sidewalk for weeks, let the grass go without cutting for several months, not trimmed hedges, never picked up the litter, and packed leaves in plastic bags and put it out with garbage. Could the city give them some information about how to handle this stuff? Maybe a ticket would be a good start.
46 Mansfield Street New Haven, Connecticut - Dixwell
This house is always dumping their trash onto the curb. The majority of the trash is not in bins and is not in closed bags. Garbage spills out onto the sidewalk and blows into neighbors yards. This is an ongoing problem.
136 Mansfield St New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Dixwell
3 days ago the street sweeper truck broke down, spilling some kind of lubricant in the street and in the grass strip. they lay down some dirt, but is has still not been cleaned. Today it will rain and wash into the storm drain and into the Sound. This needs to be cleaned up properly, and the contaminated soil on the grass strip should be removed. This is an environmental hazard and the state REP should have gotten a report.
45 Woodland St New Haven, CT, 06511, USA - Dixwell
Disgusting garbage being eaten by animals. Chicken bones, personal hygiene products, are all dumped 2 feet away from my house by the Chinese AirBnB guests to the 3rd floor apartment at 45 Woodland Street. Someone needs to clean this up immediately. I am sick of the problems created by different irresponsible guests in and out of this building in the past 2 years. Is running a hotel really legal in this residential building? I also want this garbage area completely removed from between our two buildings, and put in the other property's huge parking lot. Where else is it OK to have one house's garbage up against the neighbor's house? Why do I have to live like this? Does Toni Harp have the same problem where she lives? Who do I talk to about this?
I live next to residents of the Yale Crew. They have loud parties during the week and the weekend. The parties start low about 9 p.m. By midnight, I wake to loud synthesized music and yelling. Yale Police tell me it's a New Haven matter. New Haven Police have told me the students can get tickets. I try to work with the students by not complaining if the music is low. When the music is loud by midnight, it takes about an hour before the police arrive. By that time, the students have ended the party and there is no one for the police to speak to. How can they then get a ticket? The City adopted a noise ordinance that would control noise at a level not to exceed 55 decibels – roughly the sound of a clothes dryer or microwave between the hours of 7am and 10pm Monday through Saturday (or 9am through 9pm on Sundays) and a maximum 45 decibels from 10pm until 7am throughout the week. What do I have to do to make sure the Yale Crew adheres to this ordinance?