41 Whittlesey Ave New Haven 06511 United States - Beaver Hills
This issue of excessive litter and trash was reported by another neighbor and marked as resolved this week. Even though there were noticeable differences for about two weeks, this issue continues to be a habitual problem.
EVERY NIGHT the occupants of the property are displaying some form of public disturbance be it loud music, excessive arguing, or just being extremely inconsiderate of others right to enjoy their homes in peace and quiet. I know the police have been called there several times but the situation continues...
There is a Neighborhood Party on the higher numbers of Diamond Street. People are blocking driveways in order to park to attend the party. Having a party is a great idea but not at the cost of blocking private driveways in order to find a space to attend the party. The block of Diamond street from 98 to lower Diamond is seeing a major parking issue with cars double parked and blocking people's driveways. Police need to be more present when this party is going on. It is not the first year with these issue.
At 3:15 today, I turned from Whalley up Jewel St. When I approached Beecher School, buses were waiting outside the school and five cars were parked on the opposite side of the street, 3 of them facing the wrong way. This is a no parking zone all together. Since the new curbstones were put in last summer, cars are now parked right in the street instead of off to the side of the road. It is difficult to travel through the line of buses and the illegally parked cars in front of the school. One partial solution would be to have the buses discharge and pick up children in the back of. the school where there is plenty of room to do so. That wouldn't solve the car parking problem, but perhaps parking tickets would. This has been reported for several years yet the city doesn't act on it.
I see some of the tires have been cleaned up and went to Lake Street yet summer still here he were to ask in front of a home on the curb they’ve been here for well over a week when I look at tires sitting on the curb in the neighborhood the first thing that comes to mind is ghetto remind me of the burnt out south Bronx and that’s what this neighborhood in Westville and beaver Hills is starting to look like with all this garbage every where