Lansing Board of Water & Light

Solicitações em aberto: 939 Questões Encerradas: 4.947 Solicitações Reconhecidas: 112
Watching issues created after: 2010-05-10

Lansing Board of Water & Light, serving greater Lansing since 1885. We are Michigan's largest public utility, with 97,000 electric customers and 55, 000 water customers. We own and operate 35,000 street lights and maintain traffic signals throughout Greater Lansing.

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  • 506 Allen Street Lansing, Michigan - Lansing
    Comercial bus parked in the street for days at a time, blocking view of on coming cars.
  • Aurelius Rd Lansing, MI 48910 - Lansing

    bike path takes a 60 to 70 degree turn where it joins roadway -- if you're moving at any speed down the hill, you'll be in for a surprise -- bad design!

    The bridge is being repaired, the roadway has been milled. There's NO sign that the curb cut will be modified.

    and now the asphalt is down. -- just stay in the roadway!

  • 1114 S Grand Lansing, MI - Lansing
    This house is disgusting. There is trash piled up in the back yard and some furniture. There is also a truck that doesn't work in the back yard. They also have two large dogs that they keep in a four foot by four foot cage in the back yard. They are so closed in they are pooping and peeing on each other. Something needs to be done asap.
  • 1401 Hyland Lansing, Michigan - Lansing
    Owner blew leaves into the street. Disabled COMMERCIAL Vehicle STILL on property.
  • 4417 Lowcroft Lansing, MI - Lansing
  • 1521 Lansing Ave Lansing, Michigan - Lansing
  • Prospect And Foster (Corner Of) Lansing, Michigan - Lansing
    I've asked this question a number of times and never get an answer: Why does the person at the corner of Prospect and Foster get to park his truck and trailer on the street every night? There are others around town who do the same thing and I wonder if one can pay a fee for the privilege or do they have friends in the right places. I park on the street overnight once a year and get a ticket every time.
  • Pothole Archived
    700-800 Block N. Hayford Ave. Lansing, Michigan - Lansing
    Potholes all over the 700-800 block of N. Hayford Ave.
  • 400 Block Of Regent Lansing, MI - Lansing

    Someone from code compliance needs to visit the neighborhood. Some of us keep our yards/ houses in good condition. However there are many code violations on the block i.e. Trash, run down exteriors, unlicensed rentals, abanfoned house with roof falling in, etc. multiple calls to code compliance office gets no results.

    Someone needs to help!

  • 833 Irvington Avenue Lansing, Michigan - Lansing
    The homeowner has a history of leaving the grass grow above 8 inches and when he is forced to cut the lawn he lets it grow again to another 8 inches or longer just keeps repeating the pattern he also has broken limbs in the driveway the house is an eyesore
  • 1118-1132 South Washington Avenue Lansing, Michigan - Lansing
    Someone (possibly during winter) ran over the median on South Washington in REO town, damaging the electrical controller and water valve for the watering (?) system. Additionally, two new trees were destroyed. Water is not actively leaking, but I cannot be sure that the system is working normally (I haven't seen the sprinklers on this year yet). In any cases, boxes and trees should be replaced.
  • 300 And 304 S. Clemens Ave. Lansing, Michigan - Lansing

    The landlord who owns 300 and 304 S. Clemens Ave. has left trash, debris, appliances, and building materials sitting out in the backyards of these properties for nearly two years now. Season after season, I have watched these piles of trash and debris get covered in rain, sleet, snow, and bleached in the sun for too long.

    I am not sure if the landlord intends to build a porch out of the (now) 2 year old rotted porch pieces that he has thrown in the backyard, or what. He has continued to let them just sit there, rotting away.

    He began some work on the back off 300 S. Clemens, but has yet to complete this work. For nearly a year, a trailer full of trash and other debris has been sitting in the back yard, along with a smaller trailer. An old TV has also been sitting out there for the same amount of time.

    I have also seen these properties get temporarily sited by Code Compliance in the past, yet somehow this landlord manages to "fix" these problems and continues to rent these properties. Even while still "working" on the back of 300 S. Clemens.

    I would appreciate if the City would address this issue seriously and deal with it in a timely manner. Thank you.