to the motorcycles: why do you feel the need to guit down highland ave at all hours of the night and early morning.
to hunters: i understand the apple tree rehab place is at the end of the street but seriously how many people are out at 130am why do you blow your sirens non stop
We cannot hold a normal conversation in our backyard because of the excessively loud vehicles passing by. We are disturbed inside our home also as we are awakened at night by these loud vehicles. These vehicles are primarily motorcycles equipped with what are obviously aftermarket exhaust systems designed primarily, if not exclusively, to increase exhaust noise levels. I am primarily referring to the obviously illegal ‘straight pipes’ on motorcycles but my concern is not only with this illegal equipment but also other loud aftermarket exhaust systems on both motorcycles and other vehicles. My peace is being disturbed and my quality of life is being negatively impacted. The police departments in Middletown, both City and State, seem to be ignoring obvious violations of existing Connecticut General Statute 14-80 and current motorcycle laws regarding exhaust noise levels.
On Ridge Road in the intersection of Greenlawn, the cap for the gas pipeline valve in the street is missing. This could be hazardous to bicyclists and children. My guess is the company that did the gas line maintenance recently forgot to put it back on.
trafic light off of exit 4on 691 southington exit , should be complete stop no turn on red every morning i see someone going through red light not stopping , when east west have a green light. no one stops at that light. very dangerous there was another accident this morning april 30 at 430 am bet you someone did not stop again.