Alderman Leslie A. Hairston

Open Issues: 9 Closed Issues: 15,802 Acknowledged Issues: 1,163
Watching issues created after: 2010-03-27

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  • 6803 S Cornell Ave Chicago, IL 60649, USA - South Shore
    trash in the street and sidewalk
  • 1320 East 56th Street Chicago, Illinois - Hyde Park
    This is the second request - first one placed 11/23/17 - has been ignored.
  • 6730 S South Shore Dr Chicago, IL 60649, USA - South Shore
    Pot hole in front of the building
  • 5543 S Kimbark Chicago, Illinois - Hyde Park
  • 1514 E 76th Pl Chicago, IL, 60619, USA - South Shore
    Tree branches
  • 6800 S Cregier Ave Chicago, IL, 60649, USA - South Shore
    Car has been moved to various locations on this street preventing snow removal and street cleaning. No sticker and no plates. Street is filthy with leaves from last fall, garbage and debris. Please remove before scheduled street cleaning. Thank you
  • 2322 E 69th - South Shore
    Power out.
  • Tree Debris Archived
    6750 S crandon, Chicago, Illinois - South Shore
  • 1174 East 55th Street Chicago, Illinois - Hyde Park
    Street lights on north side of 55th Street from University to Kimbark are out.
  • 5527 South Kimbark Avenue Chicago, Illinois - Hyde Park
    Light Has been out since Mae has been reported multiple times. Pole across the alley on Kenwood has been declared in working order but the Paul directly in front of garage number nine is still out of order. Please! This needs to be fixed.
  • 6800-7100 South Crandon Chicago, Illinois - South Shore
    The ICE is dangerously thick and slippery in the alleys on Crandon, Its hard to walk to garages, and empty garbage. Can we get some salt trucks to take care of this problem
  • 5417 S Drexel Ave Chicago, IL - Hyde Park

    In the Drexel/Ingleside alley (the alley behind the odd side of Drexel) between 54th and 55th streets there are:
    - Wires drooping down to a level that they are almost hit by cars
    - Loose wires hanging down from many of the telephone poles to ground level where they can be touched - I have no idea if these are live phone/cable wires
    - Horrible rats nests of cables on the telephone poles showing years of neglect. If this is abandoned/old cable it should all be taken down/cleaned up because it is an eyesore and probably a maintenance nightmare
    - Plastic garbage bags being used to cover wiring junctions up on the same telephone poles, instead of proper wiring enclosures.

    Whatever utility is responsible for these poles and this wiring is not doing its job - I suspect this is a safety issue, but even if it is not, it surely is degrading the quality/reliability of service delivered to these residents and at the very least is an eyesore.