Would it be possible to add or move the yield sign that is at the right fork, on North and Liberty? Too many drivers ignore the sign that is on the right of the road when other vehicles are turning left from North. I almost was creamed on Monday night by two vehicles behind me as I was going right at the fork, they were going right as well. There was vehicle turning left, I slowed down to yield to them, but saw the vehicles behind me right on my tail, so I pulled over so as not to be hit by the cars behind me. The two cars went around me while the car that had turned left, waited. We need a more visible sign, too many drivers just don't know the rules of the road and there are too many accidents in this area. A left turn signal should also be put on North/Liberty. Can't turn left during the evening rush.
Homeowner at 287 Oak Street continues to buy and resell large military trucks which are on display in front yard. This neighborhood is zoned for residential not business. This business mars the entire neighborhood -- hurting property values for all neighbors on Oak and across the Town.
Temple Beth Am Nursery School 871 N Main St, Randolph, MA, 02368, USA - Randolph
Too many ineffective "No Turn On Red" signs at intersection. One is not facing the road on Route 28 and should be reset to face the road properly (or removed, since there is another one mounted on the traffic light pole).
Two other signs facing Oak Street are obstructing each other.
As the restrictions are lifting for the pandemic more cars are now on the roads in town. Unfortunately there are very many people who are driving with their phones in front of their faces while driving.
Massachusetts law prohibits operators of motor vehicles from using any electronic device, including mobile telephones, unless the device is used in hands-free mode.
Please have the local PD start enforcing this law as it is very frustrating to try to avoid people swerving while driving as they are too absorbed by their cellphone texting.
Link to the law is below:
Piles and barrels of wood, lumber, tvs, appliances etc .All increasing mosquito and rodent activity in the area.
Overgrown invasive weeds spreading and a decaying tree causing a potential hazard to the utility lines and surrounding properties
36 Reynolds Ave Randolph, MA, 02368, USA - Randolph
I had to laugh when I read the insert that was mailed with the census. In part, one of the noted policies was "no overnight street parking between 2am-6am" This house has at least two cars every night parked like this. Does money collected for parking go to the Town or does it go to the state or other entity? If this goes to the town, than the town would benefit from this and it would provide money to roads appropriately without having to make bad decisions on road repairs for lack of money. It also could be that there is no incentive for policing (which the Police have a tremendous load on their plate already) but the collection of this could go a long way in bringing on parking enforcers who would be able to patrol the town during these hours. This is throwing money away and it's not right. Where is the benefit to the homeowner who is trying to improve his/her lot when you allow this to continue? Make it so that when people hear about Randolph, they know that bad practices will not be tolerated. In some towns, you know you can't park overnight-there are public parking areas if there is not enough parking for that person. The town is losing money and it shouldn't. Provide an incentive for policing and enforce the policy.
27-99 Sunshine Ave Randolph, MA, 02368, USA - Randolph
Street light completely out the past 3-4 nights at the entrance to Welch Development Senior Housing. This renders it totally dark. Also straight down to the red dumpster at the first turn of Sunshine Ave that light Blinks off and on every night but stays off most every night