Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association

Open Issues: 10 Closed Issues: 1,829 Acknowledged Issues: 181
Watching issues created after: 2017-06-14

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  • 6635 28th St S St. Petersburg, FL 33712, USA - Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association
    house was bought months ago. yard not being maintained. overgrown grass. Txs.
  • 6201 4th St S Saint Petersburg, Florida - Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association
    This homeowner, despite having a driveway about 35 feet away, parks their white VW Jetta on the lawn. I figured it was a one time deal, but its not; its always parked there. Please do something about it.
  • Recycling Archived
    500 Pinellas Point Dr S St. Petersburg, FL 33705, USA - Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association
    recycling (newspaper) can overfilled at Bay Vista park rec center. can is also contaminated with other garbage and has maggots and rodents. hasn't been emptied in a long time. thank you.
  • 2900 68th Ave S Saint Petersburg, FL, 33712, USA - Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association
    Lawn parking, it is happening again. Around 50 complains have been submitted for this location for last two years; however, there are no any actions from the city.
  • 747 Sabal Ct S Saint Petersburg, FL, 33705, USA - Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association
    THis is the worst our pot hole situation on 8th street has ever been.
    Please fill the pot holes and grade 8th street and Sabal Ct. S.
  • 6995 Pinellas Point Dr S St. Petersburg, FL 33712, USA - Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association
    trailer parked in driveway
  • 2601 70th Ave S Saint Petersburg, FL, 33712, USA - Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association
  • 793 56th Ave S St Petersburg FL United States - Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association
    Looks like someone was kicked out and left clothing and household items on street.
  • Other Archived
    Pinellas Point Dr. South Saint Petersburg, Florida - Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association
    The entire stretch of Pinellas Point Dr. is deteriorating to the point where you can almost see what looks like bricks underneath. There are depressions and holes opening up near the Indian Mound.
  • Traffic Issue Archived
    3100 54th Ave S Saint Petersburg 33712, United States - Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association

    Bottlenecking/cut offs.

    Since the road splits before the Turn Right ONLY lane, people are cutting off others to get into a straight lane. This causes a lot of cutting off and bottle necking. Endangering others who have moved into the right lane. The road should merge properly instead of cutting off into a right turn only lane. People even sit in the turn lane and will cut people off when the light turns green. Occurs daily. The design is a failure. Have a video, can’t post on here. Only accepts pictures.

  • 6410 31st St S Saint Petersburg 33712, United States - Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association
    The alley has a lot of overgrowth that needs to be cleaned up. This is caused by the yard adjacent to the alley and it being completely overgrown.
  • 2162 Serpentine Cir S Saint Petersburg, FL, 33712, USA - Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association
    I have contacted the Mayor's Action Center by phone twice today (July 16th) to ask to speak with and meet with the city manager responsible for the response to the large hydraulic fluid spill from a city garbage truck that occurred on July 15th. I have asked for that manage to call me twice through the action center and once on his voice mail. I also asked that he come down to the location and tour the spill site. I wish to ask the manage what else the city intends to do to remediate the now heavily stained Pink Concrete streets, and also to discuss why the city's response to the spill, which discharged to storm water drains and Tampa Bay, was so inadequate. The number of personnel that responded was inadequate, and they did not have the equipment needed to control and minimize the impact of the spill, which extended for approximately a quarter of a mile through our neighborhood. There are now areas of heavily stained Pink Concrete along the road way that will continue to express oil when it rains directly impacted the bay, and degrades the appearance of the neighborhood. The Pin k Streets were repaired in the 1990s with new Pink Concrete with the incremental cost (over the cost of repaving with asphalt) to the residents. I was one of those residents and paid roughly $2,000 for the concrete streets. It is a unique characteristic of the neighborhood, and the source of its name. More needs to be done to remediate the damage done by the spill. One of the largest areas of heavy staining is adjacent to the entrance to my driveway, which may also result staining to the brick pavers in my driveway. Others along the spill path face the same prospect. Finally, leaving heavy hydraulic oil staining on a street that is frequently used by cyclists, skaters and walkers will create a safety issue when the surface gets wet from rain and an oil slick forms over and near the stains. Bottom line, I expected to hear back from the City today, and for the appropriate City manager to come down to our neighborhood to tour the area and explain what else the City is going to do in response to its spill. I also want to know more about the City's spill response plan, its team, its resources and whether or not the City has under contract a professional spill response company. I am an experienced expert in the environmental field, and the response mounted by the City to this consequential spill of a hazardous material that did, in fact impact Tampa Bay was not, and continues to be, inadequate. I expect to receive a call from the appropriate City Manager tomorrow at 813-340-3193 followed by that manager coming to the neighborhood to tour the spill area with me, and to inform our neighborhood of the additional steps the city will take to clean up its spill. Steve Walker 813-340-3193