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Watching issues created after: 2010-03-10

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  • no heat Archived
    148 Otis Ave - Oakwood
    the house is in foreclosure since last year. we have been repairing everything ourselves. i have a disabled husband and son. we have no oil in the burner we went through this last year and why we are still allowed to stay here someone has to pay for the oil to heat my apartment. home federal bank owns the property now.
  • 8923 Bay Pkwy Brooklyn, NY 11214, USA - Bensonhurst
    There is a 10" wide, 4" deep section of the road missing across all lanes in both directions from a summertime road repair. I guess the plows must have removed the gravel that once filled it in.
  • 157 Rockaway Blvd Queens, NY 11434, USA - Springfield Gardens
    Mutable bumps causes car to become unstable while trying to turn left .
  • 156-99 New York 27 Queens, NY 11434, USA - Springfield Gardens
    This on can destroy your entire
    car
  • 89 Avenue O Brooklyn, NY - Bensonhurst
    Walls and ceiling on N train "Bay Parkway" station are full of holes. Paint is pealing everywhere. When it's raining, even lightly, the station is leaking everywhere. It's disgusting to be there.
  • Thies Road sewell, Nj - Crown Heights
    multiple pot holes on a small two lane road
  • 2770 Ocean Avenue New York, NY - City Council District 48
    So far, here are the issues we are forced to live with:
    1. Roach/pest infestation that is building-wide and NOTHING has been done in the two years we're living here
    2. Elevator (at least one of them) is making an awful noise and is in a constant state of disrepair.
    3. MOLD - our apt has it in both rooms and in the bathroom, I've spoken with other tenants - same story everywhere. Building owners aren't acting.
    4. Radiators hiss and emit an oily musty smell when the heat is on.
  • 712 Brush Ave Bronx, NY 10465, USA - Throggs Neck
    There are 2 sink holes next to a drain on the corner of Senger Place and Brush Avenue for over 2 months now.
    There was one a few months ago that was filled and these formed right afterward.
  • East Broadway And Canal St New York NY - Lower East Side
    coming from clinton st and heading toward rutgers street, the surface quality from canal to rutgers is filled with potholes, inch deep scrapes and uneven service. routinely, cyclists move into the main lane to avoid accidents.
  • Main St New York, NY - NYC District 5

    I'm a Roosevelt Island resident. I'm also an avid bicyclist -- and I have a suggestion. It's great that a lane is set aside for cyclists crossing the bridge into Queens. But it would be helpful if the bridge's metal grill were covered by some sort of mat. You may not be aware of this, but -- when it rains -- metal-grill bridges are like sheets of ice if you're a cyclist, especially if you're on a road bike with thin tires. I was reminded of this two Sundays ago: My son and I were crossing the bridge on our bicycles early on Sunday morning, after the rain had stopped, and as soon as we hit the metal grill, we both started sliding. We immediately got off our bikes and walked them across.

    All this could have been far worse if we were going faster. But I knew enough to be careful -- thanks to an accident earlier this year. On March 6, while riding in New Jersey during the rain, I hit a similar metal-grill bridge. My bike slipped out from under me and I ended up with a broken shoulder blade, a dislocated finger and a hand that had to be surgically repaired.

    My suggestion: If you can't cover the metal grill on the bike lanes with mats, you might post a sign for cyclists warning them to walk their bicycles across the bridge when it's wet.

  • 20 Cliff Street Staten Island, New York - City Council District 50
    Reported from my mobile device
    http://m.seeclickfix.com
  • 309 West 75th Street apt 8, New York, New York - City Council District 6

    It is already 40 days (from 9th of Jan, 2018), we don't have gas, hot water, and hitting. We don't know what to do. The landlord is explaining that DOB is the issue, but we are not sure, how the @#$% is it possible, that government can keep the whole building without gas for longer than a month???
    Can you guys suggest what to do? We have called 311, but they came and closed the cases. The landlord said, that DOB is looking into the case, and they will have to schedule the inspection and check boiler issue, and if it is right, then they will tell CoinEdison to restore the gas. THIS IS @#$%! How is this possible in 2018???

    PLEASE HELP!
    Thanks
    Tenants