Bellavista New Haven

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Fälle beobachten, die erstellt wurden nach: 2016-07-02

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  • 882 Whalley Avenue New Haven, Connecticut - Westville
    33 Fountain St and 882 Whalley Avenue , the two properties along Central Avenue in Westville behind Dunkin Donuts, which used to be the site of Delaney's Restaurant, could easily accommodate two mixed-use buildings for commercial/restaurant and residential uses. To keep construction costs low while maximizing rentable floor space, simple 3-story single-stair wood frame buildings could be constructed with a total of 4,000 sf of commercial space and as many as 18 one-bedroom apartments.
  • 57 Olive St New Haven, Connecticut - Wooster Square
    St. Paul & St. James offers laudable services to the local homeless population and many of us admire that. However, it is completely nonsensical for them to run these services out of a church in the middle of a residential neighborhood. Every day I see a mass exodus of homeless from downtown to Wooster Sq where they loiter outside the church. Recently many of these folks have occupied the now defunct/abandoned former "Joker's WIld" club where my neighbors and I have observed them shooting up heroin. As a temporary solution, we need a more frequent police presence at this location. In the long term, St Paul & St James should relocate their homeless services to another location. It is crazy to draw vagrants and drug addicts to a family neighborhood rather than going downtown to serve them directly.
  • 23 Edwards Street New Haven, Connecticut - East Rock

    The city's robocall didn't go out until 7pm last night. Signs were barely posted and people were trying to move their cars around Edwards/Nicoll/Nash with no idea which side was the correct side to be on. Why is it never announced that the odd side will be first or vice versa?

    This morning, new signs were posted where none had been before and people were getting towed and caught off guard as they left for work. Maybe worst of all, tow trucks were speeding down Nash Street THE WRONG WAY in an effort to tow everyone the fastest, nearly causing multiple accidents and jamming traffic.

    I'm happy to comply with street sweeping but the city needs to make it easier for citizens to comply. Announce earlier, more clearly, and stop rigging the entire system for the benefit of the tow truck companies.

  • Chapel And Academy St New Haven, Connecticut - Wooster Square
    How much tax payer money did we waste to have a cop parked in front of the Columbus statue last night and today? It's bad enough to have this ridiculous holiday to commemorate a pretty awful person, but major insult to injury to waste even more money defending the statue.
  • 209 Willow Street New Haven, Connecticut - East Rock
    This is the state of driving behavior and traffic enforcement in New Haven:
    It is the Wild West! I was commuting in this morning heading south on Orange Street. At the busy Willow Street intersection, two cars ran the red light heading west on Willow Street. I then noticed that there were TWO NHPD cruisers stopped at the light on Orange Street heading north. Neither one of them pulled over either red light runner. (And neither officer appeared to be on another emergency call as they both drove away, lights off, with traffic when the light turned green.)
    This summarizes where we've come to with traffic safety and traffic enforcement in New Haven.
    This is not normal. We have accepted the normalization of this behavior: both the incredible number of drivers running red lights and stop signs or talking/texting on their phones while driving, AND the frequent lack of traffic enforcement by the NHPD.
    This does not happen everywhere in the state. This does not happen everywhere in the country.
    What can we do to change the cycle?
  • 986 Chapel Street New Haven, Connecticut - Town_Green
    One of the "regular" aggressive panhandlers walked into the vestibule at TD Bank branch (corner of Chapel & College) and approached a young couple at the ATM asking for money. Luckily I was there and able to intervene, but it clearly scared them. He's the one with the glasses and short haircut that shows an ID and says he's a veteran... but sometimes he gives other stories... and he even followed the three of us out of the vestibule... it's ridiculous. Nice impression these two young people have of New Haven now.... They walked off quickly across the street to get away from him. Isn't there some type of blue law on the books about this panhandling business... I walk 1.5 blocks home from work and am asked for money AT LEAST 3 times...a guy sitting in at one of the shake shack tables, the woman that puts on the crying water works, and the guy in front of Subway. Subway guy is always there (again, isn't that considered loitering??) the other two change out to other panhandlers... And if I go through Temple Plaza to alternate the route, the tables, chairs and steps are usually occupied by people actively doing drugs, or passed out from doing drugs... So many visitors come into town, stay at the OMNI and have to walk through this nonsense... nice welcome wagon!
  • 227 Nicoll St New Haven, CT 06511, USA - East Rock
    A cop could complete their monthly ticket quota in 1 hour spent at this intersection alone. Despite the painted crosswalk, 99% of cars do not stop, making I‎t EXTREMELY dangerous for pedestrians and bicyclists.
  • 146 Cottage Street New Haven, Connecticut - East Rock
    We have seen people climbing up to the second floor window to get in because he said his landlord threw him out and he needed to get his stuff. the cellar windows on street level are out and we see people squeezing in and out of them. This has been going on at least since the springtime. We have seen lots and lots of people constantly going in and out. The grass is uncut, currently they're digging up something in the back yard. We own the building next door, 140 cottage, we rent to Yale people and they are all complaining.
  • 475 Ellsworth Ave New Haven 06511, United States - Beaver Hills
    Resident was observed pushing yard debris down slope onto sidewalk. Sidewalk now completely covered.
  • Marvelwood Drive New Haven Connecticut - Westville
    This road has gone into disrepair, since the trucks carrying thousands of pounds of dirt that were being transported from the Yale University Residential colleges to the Yale Golf Course property. The main transport route utilized Laurel Road & Marvelwood Drive. During and after the transport of the thousands of pounds of dirt, the street went into complete disrepair. We the community are requesting that Marvelwood Drive be considered for immediate paving.
  • 888 Grand New Haven, Connecticut - Wooster Square
    Police Department seems not to have noticed the post about loitering and harassment at this site. It really deserves a response:
    https://seeclickfix.com/issues/3369728#new_comment
  • 239 Edwards St New Haven, CT 06511, USA - Bishop-Hine
    This complaint is directed specifically at the grotesque and disturbing images of protesters in front of Planned Parenthood, not at the issue of abortion in itself. This morning, my twelve year old daughter was exposed to a graphic image of an aborted fetus -- clearly a human form -- torn into pieces. My child is not even of the age to watch a PG-13 movie. How is this possibly an acceptable image in a public space? Her face fell, she almost started crying. She will never unsee the image. This was on our way to school. She will think of this image at school. Whatever your beliefs, you must see that this is entirely inappropriate for a child. Keep the pictures of Mary, of moms and babies, but remove the graphic images. This image harmed my child. They are hurting our children with their aggressive tactics.