People fishing, hiking, and walking dogs at reservoir's edge. Ilegal, gross, and dangerous during a pandemic! No trespassing and no fishing signs are a joke. Please make some arrests as the sign reads.
Some of the screws are raised on the boardwalk near the Irene Romano marker on Grove Street. The raised screws are a tripping hazard. This is town owed property but seeclickfix identified the location as a residence.
How do we go about getting signs posted at Powers Farm to advise visitors to not feed the waterfowl, namely, the swans, geese and ducks? While the cygnets, ducklings and goslings often fall victims to natural predators, humans feeding bread and other inappropriate food contribute to their demise. Many in town are familiar with last year's case where the last cygnet was rescued by the Animal Rescue League of Boston. We learned that feeding bread to the bird likely contributed to it not being able to fly. The swans and their cygnets there are getting too comfortable getting close to people, which could be the result of people feeding them. Not only does feeding the waterfowl bread compromise their health, it fowls the water, rotting bread is unhealthy to wildlife. I've attached a sample of a sign, found other signs that may be appropriate, have talked with a Randolph resident willing to print signs if we create our own. Looking forward to your advice on how to proceed.
There needs to be a speed bump put in on this street. Although it's "short" the cars speed up and down this street , nearly hitting the children that walk to and from school.
There should also be a bigger one way sign and/or DO NOT ENTER at the North street entrance as cars constantly drive up the wrong way
40 Cross St Randolph 02368, United States - Randolph
Trash piled up as well as vehicles parking on the front lawn. Code Enforcement has previously stated a warning was issued and the case/complaint was closed. Since the warning nothing has changed other than the occupants of the home now parking both vehicle on the lawn. At what point does the town take a stand and begin to process daily fines for non compliance of the by laws?? This is just one of many homes in town that need attention by both Code Enforcement and possible the board of health.
There needs to be more trash receptacles along N. Main, by Crovos liquors and the entry to America's food basket. This area is littered with nips, wrappers, coffee cups. When ppl get on/off bus here, they just leave their trash.