Monte Sano Blvd Se & Panorama Dr Se Huntsville, AL, 35801, USA - HuntsvilleCommunity organization yard sign blocks road view for small cars at intersection, please remove.
717 Church St Nw Huntsville, AL, 35801, USA - HuntsvilleThe strong winds of several weeks ago blew part of this tree down. The remaining part
looks weak and could come down in another storm. I don't know if this is our responsibility to cut the remainder down, or if it the City's? Just thought I would ask.
Thank you very much!
Wilson McClellan, Owner - Schoolcraft
10101 Brandywine Dr Se Huntsville, AL, 35803, USA - HuntsvilleThis is across the street from 10100 Brandywine yet more cable lines left dangling.
601 Garv Cir Se Huntsville, AL, 35803, USA - HuntsvilleLoose cable wires left dangling instead of being in conduit.
2211 Jonathan Dr Nw Huntsville, AL, 35810, USA - HuntsvilleOn Jonathan Drive (next to the apartment building at 2211 Jonathan Drive) there are two old buildings that are now missing parts of the roof and completely open to the elements. Has the city condemned these buildings to be torn down?
10000-10006 County Line Rd Nw Madison, AL, 35756, USA - HuntsvilleThe intersection of County Line Road and the I-565 / Hwy 20 is extremely hazardous and needs to be re-designed. One major problem is the merging of westbound I-565 traffic to the turning lanes going North on County Line Road. The eastbound I-565 traffic is coming towards the traffic merging from westbound I-565 and oftentimes the turning lanes are already full with no where for the traffic to go. Another major hazardous issue is the traffic from westbound Hwy 20 turning North on County Line Road. The traffic backs up for miles in the right lane while the other lane going straight or turning left (South) on County Line Road has nearly no traffic. I would recommend that 2 turning lanes on westbound Hwy 20 going North on County Line Road. I have seen many a near accident where traffic speeds up to the light and try to merge over at the last second to avoid the long wait.
329 S Back Creek Rd Nw Madison, AL, 35757, USA - Huntsville
I live in the city limits of Huntsville, however, the leak appears to be from an underground pipe supplying water to homes in the Cross Creek Subdivision. After I first notified Harvest-Monrovia Water & Sewer they came out and marked the leak with a blue plastic flag and marked the pavement (see flag near back of garbage can). Note follow-up email I sent:
Date: Jun 24 at 5:27 PM
About 2 weeks ago I notified Harvest-Monrovia Water Sewer Authority about a water leak at the curb between my home 329 S Back Creek Rd NW, Madison and my neighbor's home, 327.
Several days later I noticed a little blue plastic flag had been planted in the grass along side the curb where the leak was and white markings on the pavement.
I just made an attempt to measure the amount of water from the leak going into the storm drain on the other side of my home. I estimate between 6,500 and 7.000 gallons of water per week is coming from that leak. Is there someone else who needs to be notified to get this taken care of?
Julie Freeman (email@example.com) responded that she forwarded my inquiry to the maintenance manager. It has now been about 2 months with no action to repair the leak which is getting worse each day.
607 Garv Cir Se Huntsville, AL, 35803, USA - HuntsvilleNumerous cable wires just wrapped around a pole which was marked for removal some time ago but which the cable companies have not done since the city does nothing about it.
606 Garv Cir Se Huntsville, AL, 35803, USA - HuntsvilleCable wires left wrapped around bottom of pole with enough slack that someone not watching could get tripped up on.
615 Garv Cir Se Huntsville, AL, 35803, USA - HuntsvilleTwo unburied cable lines lie in yard.
5804 Jones Valley Dr Se Huntsville, AL, 35802, USA - HuntsvilleThree cable wires cut and taped to pole instead of being properly removed.
King Ave Ne Huntsville, AL, 35801, USA - HuntsvilleI can smell a foul odor on King Avenue but not sure where it's coming from. It smells like sewer. King Avenue is off of Meridian Street.