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Watching issues created after: 2017-01-14

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  • 1132-1186 4th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33701, USA - Commission District 7
    Homeless camp on north bank of Booker Creek on east side of 4th St S at bridge. Large amount of trash and debris such as clothing, blankets, garbage, wheelchairs, etc...Please send someone out to clean. It's a huge mess.
  • Flooding Archived
    520 14th Ave S Saint Petersburg 33701, United States - Bartlett Park Neighborhood Association
    There is a big mound of debris and dirt clumped on this lot. When it rains, the water runs down causing a flooding issue in this and the surrounding lots. This mound needs to be cleared out so there is no more flooding.
  • 6500-6530 Pasadena Ave N Saint Petersburg, FL, 33710, USA - Commission District 7
    Pipes under this depression are leaking water and soil inward in to the sewer chamber under the manhole in the rainy season when the ground is saturated. The bricks have been removed and soil added to level the road a few times over the years but until the pipe is repaired it will continue to sink and add unwanted storm water and sand to the sewer lines. This is in front of my driveway entrance and driven over many times per day including by the garbage and recycling trucks.
  • 8001 Orient Way Ne Saint Petersburg, Florida - Riviera Bay Civic Association
    Retention pond pump not working AGAIN
  • 61st Street North Saint Petersburg, Florida - Commission District 7
    Someone needs to please go to the Joes Creek Watershed pond and clear out all the dead reeves/plants where the pipes lead into the pond.There are hundreds of dead fish in and out of the pond because with the lack of rain all the tall plants died and fell into the water blocking the fish into a small pipe. It smells HORRIBLE and there are about fifty fish trapped in this pipe dieing right now. Please take care of this ASAP. Thank you.
  • Pinellas Trail & 102 Ave. Pinellas, Florida - Seminole
    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.
  • 161. 28th Avenue North St. Petersburg, FL - Historic Old Northeast
    The depression in the roadway is 27 inches ( north south) by 24 inches ( east west) it is 4 inches deep at its deepest point: The depression is in the middle of the roadway, so it’s not caused by traffic: Last year the city ran a new water main under the street to 162, the depression lines up exactly with where they shot the new line. There is a blue paint mark in the pavement pointing in the direction of where they shot the new water line. Three daye ago I reported this to the City if St Petersburg Water Resources department, they said they would send out a crew. Haven’t seen any crew, haven’t heard a word from them. My neighbor reported this to the mayors action committee months ago, nothing has been done. It’s not just a matter of filling in the depression with some asphalt, the right people need to investigate the conditions of what’s under the roadway and determine whether there is a sinkhole developing.
  • Flooding Archived
    462 43rd Ave Ne Saint Petersburg, Florida - North East Park Neighborhood Association
    my back alley was repaved two years ago, and although workers assured us it would drain, it does not. it can flood enough to float the trash barrel down alley, short out my electric gate and be the perfect breading ground for mosquitos. There is also extensive flooding on the corner of Cherry and 43rd Ave NE. That corner does not drain to the storm drains and leaves a lot of standing water. I have put in complaints on both of these concerns, but have not got any responses. I am now trying this method
  • Flooding Archived
    838 77th Ave N St. Petersburg, FL 33702, USA - Fossil Park Neighborhood Association
    It rained last night ... one night of rain and we have 8 inches of standing water in our alley! which spills over into our yards... the neighbors behind me and myself have brought in fill dirt and yet this problem continues! If a fire truck or a power truck needed to access this alley they couldn't putting our safety in jeopardy!!! I have photos but they won't load...I've had enough...we pay taxes too and don't deserve to have been dealing with this for the past few years.... It's not a canal! Time to hit the media since the city refuses to take responsibility and fix what you messed up!
  • 2050 Tyrone Blvd N Saint Petersburg, FL, 33710, USA - Commission District 7
    Multiple areas of water steadily flowing out of the grass across the sidewalk on the North side of 18th Ave North for several weeks. Water is foul smelling and is causing a build up of mold on the sidewalk and along the curb causing a very hazardous condition for pedestrians.
  • 3700 Whiting Dr Se Saint Petersburg, FL, 33705, USA - Coquina Key Property Owners Association
    There is NO ELECTRIC and NO WATER on @ this address.
    The home IS OCCUPIED!
    Isn't this ILLEGAL or a VIOLATION of a HEALTH CODE within the City of St. Pete??
  • 6400-6598 96th Ave N Pinellas Park, FL, 33782, USA - Pinellas Park
    To Whom It May Concern:
    I think Pinellas Park is one of the most well-managed cities in the county. However, with all due respect, I do have a question. I am wondering why the city chose to make our beautiful neighborhood so much less lovely the past couple of months. I want to know why they have chosen to remove the trees and bushes around Helen Howarth Park, Forbes Rec Center, and Fire Dept. 34. It was bulldozed, and it now looks like hell on earth with just dirt and a few mutilated, spindly trees. The lovely greenspaces in this area are one of the things that attracted us to it- that and the horse farms and the casual feeling you get living here. Now I see that a lot of the natural areas and wildlife are being destroyed for no apparent reason. They are not in the way of anything, so it just seems so senseless. In fact, this is one of the reasons my husband and I feel it might be time to leave Pinellas Park for "greener pastures". A word to the wise, many studies have shown that people prefer to live (and shop) in areas with lots of mature trees around. It makes people feel safe and nurtured, as well as giving us a landscape that is aesthetically pleasing. Having natural areas gives folks in the community a feeling of well-being and a scenic place to ride horses, walk, and recreate. With Pinellas Park's evident plan to take away our natural areas and make things look as hideous as possible, you can expect property values to go down. It has even been shown that a lack of natural areas adds to the amount of crime and stress in the community. People with a conscience (and people with higher incomes) will not want to live here. Also, we need trees to help our climate be more moderate and livable, and to keep our oxygen levels in our atmosphere replenished. Those who cut down trees and destroy natural areas, especially unnecessarily, are being very self-destructive and short-sighted. They are leading to ill health and unhappiness for people in the community, and taking away the homes of rabbits, birds, and other wildlife. I would like to know how the city justifies cutting down and taking away trees and plants - in a PARK of all places! I mean no offense, but I hope you will consider stopping this practice, and perhaps consider replanting, to remedy the harm that has been done. Thank you for your time and attention to this. I appreciate your consideration.
    Yours sincerely,
    Sheri Morrison