Macon

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Quan sát các vấn đề được tạo sau: 2018-05-01

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  • 822 Womack St Macon, GA 31217, USA - Macon
    This property has become the home to wild animals and stray dogs. Holes in the roof, floors, broken windows, missing doors and heavily overgrown with vegetation.
  • Yard debris Archived
    2563elizabeth Pl Macon, Georgia - Macon
    Please come get this where we can walk on the side walks safely. One side has been on the side walk for over 3 months. HELP!!!
  • 2541 Huntington Dr Macon, GA, 31204, USA - Macon
    As of this Friday it will be 37 days that we have been making phone calls trying to get this picked up, it always by next Friday that Friday has yet to come!!!!! I have spoken to everyone I can my next step will be the tv stations. Please get this picked up!!!!! Thank you Patricia Cason
  • 1549 Coleman Ave Macon, GA, 31201, USA - Macon
    You can't see around the street for the trees that are overgrown. It's a danger to pedestrians and oncoming traffic.
  • 144 Buckingham Pl Macon 31204, United States - Macon
    Already reported. See it’s archived as “not an issue as drain has been looked at with camera”.... this is an issue that neighbor have been fighting for years and we have now signed an easement for you to come thru here and fix the lines... we expect to be contacted on this issue and expect to be updated on the timing of rerouting drain lines & enlarging this one thru our yard.
    Two (2) phone numbers provided for call back.
  • 2935 Southshore Dr. Macon, Georgia - Macon
    Property in need of garbage cart to accommodate trash disposal.
  • P-WORKS: Sidewalk Acknowledged
    1104 Forest Hill Rd Macon 31210, United States - Macon
    A light pole was hit and completely destroyed! Whole poll and parts on sidewalk for walking and biking hazard and Liability to city!! Light being gone reduces need light.
    Oh, did I mention all the electrical wires are coming out of the side walk and may be live and able to be stepped on!!
    Thanks! Mark
  • 557 Ormond Terrace Macon, Georgia - Macon
    I have a small/med pile of neatly stacked brush cuttings and some tree limbs, arranged in a LINEAR fashion, each cutting roughly 4'L, and pile is as close to the size requirements stated on the MB SW website that I can get. I am disabled, my heart can't handle the sun and heat for too long, my time is limited, and my husband can seldom be here to help, so the cuttings cannot be better stacked than they are --my apologies.
    Our collection is on Tuesdays, pile was out on curb in the morning, and I awoke early so I know I didn't miss the truck. To note: I haven't seen as many trucks this year come to Ormond to collect bulk items/yard waste. Items and debris tend to get left on people's curbs for weeks on end.
    IS THERE A CERTAIN SCHEDULE FOR THE COLLECTION OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF WASTE? --Like recyclables getting a bi-weekly pick up. I didn't see any note of that on your website.
    Please add my YARD DEBRIS PICK-UP to your schedule for THIS WEEK, the week of 9/23.
    Thank you,
    Mrs. Levin
  • 101–115 Brandon Way Macon 31210, United States - Macon
    This house has consistently had a lawn care company come out about 1 time each month or every other month. They only mow the front lawn. The backyard has not been touched since we moved to this neighborhood 3 years ago. It is so overgrown the weeds are rising well above the fencing and up to the high porch. It is attracting animals.
  • 1557 Berkshire Dr Macon, GA, 31206, USA - Macon
    This property is in a curve and the bushes at the edge of yard prohibits seeing oncoming traffic
  • 145–199 Calhoun Way Macon 31201, United States - Macon
    These warning barriers have been here for years (abandoned), please have someone come pick them up. The ruined brick steps & bannister has been fixed for a while now, there is no need to have these here any longer.
  • 3657 Pine Forest Rd Macon, GA 31206, USA - Macon

    the city dug out the front of the drains at 3645 and 3657 Pine Forest Rd without putting pavement or cement to the drains. The street water will first soak into the dirt then clog the drains up with dirt and the flooding will resume in our driveways causing more sinkholes. I filed another report about the drain and they came and just dug it out and removed the cement that was beneath the grass and dirt and got all the way down to the dirt down below. he didn't say if they were going to come out to finish the job. he closed the case. I requested the edge of the road to be ground down and a funnel be made to the drain. you could have put walls on the sides to force water into the drain after grinding the pavement down on the side of the road.

    this is going to cause dirt to get washed from in front of the drains and far far more property damage. I am including a picture of the front of the drain. please let me know what you are going to do? I don't know if this drain is clogged up. it hasn't had water go down it for over 20 years of city neglect.