The corner of 35th Ave So and Country Club Way So becomes a lake even during the smallest shower. We reported this over a year ago, workers were sent out and all they did was dig a hole and put up some barricades. Those are long gone now and the water still pools in front of my mother's house when it rains. A storm drain needs to be installed to the lake that is right next to the street.
I have a suggestion - I Love where I reside & I walk my dog about 8 blks. around my bldg. LITTERING IS RAMPANT on NE 4th & 5th Aves on a DAILY BASIS (sadly) but is DIRTY & QUITE EXCESSIVE AFTER ANY EVENT AT VINOY POINT OR WILLIAMS PARK. It's NOT as bad on Beach Drive, but still there is litter there too- but as attendees walk to their cars after these Big Events - it's horrid. I told an officer that initially upon moving here, I was picking up the trash until I picked up a potato chip bag FILLED WITH URINE! I would like to make a suggestion & request for SEVERAL TRASH RECEPTACLES ON EACH BKOCK - BOTH on 4th & 5th STREETS heading past University up to at least 2nd Ave. Additionally I feel because the receptacles are PAINTED BROWN people don't NOTICE THEM. I've had to LOOK for them myself. I feel our artistic City could support a "paint the trash can" type event & we could promote colorful beach & artistic designs in these "cans" to help them be NOTICED & USED BETTER. That's my request & suggestion. If I can help coordinate this - I am happy to do so. It truly upsets me; and I feel it demeans our beautiful city & I feel the painting project would just add more artistic beauty to our city like the mural projects. Thanks for your time!
This is the second report. Homeowner has maintenance person who continues to pour what smells like gasoline on the rock yard to kill weeds. The house is on the canal and with all the rain, the runoff is contaminating our waterways
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!
Squatters at the property are building improvised shelters in the back yard. They are also using car batteries and improvised wiring. They are also dumping waste water on the front lawn and in the street. This is a severe public health hazard and fire hazard.
when the city workers came out to do maintenance on the water meters they inadvertently broke the concrete around the access panel. can this please be fixed so no one hurts themselves and rubbish/dirt doesn't cover the meter. thanks!