The vegetation on this corner is very dangerously overgrown. In order to pull out from the stop sign, it is necessary to inch out into almost the middle of the road. In the past few days I was nearly hit twice. This is an unacceptable hazzard. The residents of the home will watch drivers as they struggle to see and continue to water the overgrown mess. I know someone who almost hit a child on a bicycle recently. This has been reported before, and it was trimmed back. We are in Florida, folks. This stuff grows fast. This mess is a hazard, NOT beautification. It needs to go!
Peridot Palms apartments (new construction) built their downspout drain system to flood the walking/biking trail. Their system dumps collected rainwater onto a 2' wide grass strip that floods the trail with mud and lacks adequate drainage, leaving the trail slippery and disgusting days after rains have otherwise dried up.
Suggestion. Replace stop light with pedestrian triggered blinker (like on beaches & north of Wallsingham Park entrance) which would speed both trail crossing and vehicle traffic. No need to wait 2 minutes for light to change and hold for 30 seconds.
Human feces and feces filled paper along fence line. Lot unkempt. Garbage and organic matter. No physical address due to vacant lot / parking lot.
HEATHCOTE PROPERTIES LLC
PO BOX 1924
ST PETERSBURG FL 33731-1924
"Alley repair between Beach Dr S E and Bay S E Between 16th Ave and 17th Ave S E Alley is still sinking and numerous "lakes" are forming every time it rains. Please level out and cover with a hard surface topping not just sand and dirt to sink again and blow dust. Thank you
Property is vacant. Back door is torn off. Pool has a substantial amount of standing green water. Fence is down in back and front. Property could easily be occupied by vagrants or drug dealers. Children could fall into pool and drown.
So just behind the city pool, there is an area that constantly has a sewage smell. It's just as the sidewalk corners and it does seem to be an area that garbage builds up. Whenever I walk along the bay, this area has a horrable smells of raw sewage. Certainly something can be done to improve the cleanliness and smell of the area.
58th St N ditches junction with Miles Creek at 33rd Ave N. Miles Creek flows westbound going under 66th St N curving northward into Joe's Creek just west of 66th St at 40th Ave N. Joe's Creek empties into Cross Bayou. Miles Creek banks are gradually sliding into creek and there is much foliage and trees holding it together. Slow movement of water flow contributes to neighborhood flooding. The City should consider converting Miles Creek to a concrete viaduct to carry 4-6 times the water and also to serve as more water holding potential. See sample photo.