White work van still parking every day using Zone 7 visitor tags in front of 68 Mansfield. We are not quite sure why the city can't enforce residential parking rules, especially when there are so many complaints. Maybe it's time to come up with a system that works?
Apartment 38Cey Jennings Way and their friends is harassing me and get in my personal businesses and calling the police on me saying "I'm banging on the walls at 11:00pm to morning".
Which is so not true. I don't know when that time come in. I do have cat's. Can't train cat's like dogs. I feel's like a plot to get me out of here. Lying on me on something i'm not doing.
They say I was banging on their ceiling from the inside of my apartment. Please tell me how is that even possible? Their something wrong with everybody. They start trouble
They are manipulator and they walk to close to apartment to eavesdrop on people conversation's.
St.Anthony Street And Quinnipiac Ave New Haven, Connecticut - Quinnipiac
There seems to be a dispute over who should clean the main entrance of St.Anthony Street and Quinnipiac Ave that entrance leads to give complexes and one is managed by New Haven Housing Authority (St.Anthony 1&2) the other complexes are private residences (Cherry Hill and Harbor Crest) in which the private residences pay a condo few for the upkeep of the common areas and what I was told housing is supposed to help pay for that upkeep also. But over the past several years this hasn't been getting done because of a dispute over who should pay what and exactly what responsibility housing has in that area. Meanwhile the main entrance remains trashy and Audrey Richards resident of Cherry Hill (Treasurer of the Quinnipiac East Management Team former president of Cherry Hill complex) takes it upon herself from time to time to keep that main entrance clean. Also her nieghbor from the adjacent condo Donald Spencer (Co-Chair/Secretary of the Quinnipiac East Management Team) joined her over the past few weeks to help clean up he did it when he gets out of work. So they at the last management team meeting they brought their concerns to the Hon.Renee Haywood (Alder of Ward 11) and today in between her busy schedule she took the time out to help she wasn't ashamed of digging in and getting her hands dirty. Donald, Audrey, and many other residents brought their concerns to housing and spoke to Housing, LCI (Livable City Initiative), and New Haven PD at several meetings over the past several years going back to Lt. Anastasio they are still dealing with the same old issues not only them but the Quinnipiac Hieghts community as a whole their complaints have been the same a lot of them gave up on the management team meetings and some are deciding to move we have fast food restaurants and convenient stores in the area their trash adorns are grass and side walks and they do nothing to pitch in to help beautify the nieghborhood and the onest is not all on them people throw their trash down and walk by trash they cant bend over to pick it up like they got their hands on backwards. So the kids follow suit we need more if the community getting involved in keeping their neighborhood clean this is Connecticut we shouldn't have to live like wildlife and people should take pride where they live and show a little civility not trash up the area and say "nobodys doing nothing" it starts with us if we want safe clean neighborhoods get involved and also talk to The different departments of the City of New Haven and see what they can do and if they promise something hold them to it we all have a part.
744 Orange Street New Haven, Connecticut - East Rock
There is a tree at the corner of Orange and Avon that is completely dead. It is located outside of 744 Orange St., but on the Avon side. It's trunk and branches are located very close to the house, above a pedestrian sidewalk, and directly above regularly used street parking. The attached photo was taken at the end of May when all other surrounding trees had full foliage.
This tree causing damage to my property.Also we got to duck everytime we walk out the house and when people walking by I have reached out to the city of New haven park and Recreation several times no respond this tree is becoming a big issue/ hazard.