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    18 Vernon St Malden 02148, United States - Malden Ward 4
    RE: KAPPY’S LIQUORS on 746 Main Street in Malden 02148. Please make it crystal clear to Kappy’s owned Drizly Alcohol Delivery Car owner and ANYONE/EVERYONE who drives the vehicle to TURN OFF THE CAR RADIO FOREVER. It is kept in the back Vernon Street Parking Lot. Lowering it does NOT HELP. The BANGING BASS still is going on every other 5-10 minutes. And this has been going on since last summer. They’ve been contacted a million times already by the neighborhood. It is WINTER and windows are closed and No One should hear that car ever again. Have them tape the radio controls or keep the car in their FRONT parking lots.. right at their Front Entrance or Across the street in their 3rd parking lot off of Main and Orient Street. Summer will be here soon with windows open and I’m dreading it. People work from home, keep various hours, suffer from severe migraines etc and it’s rude and inconsiderate to the Residents. They should be fined with Noise Complaints. I hope this is the LAST TIME this needs to be addressed. It may sound ok to them.. it does not sound or feel (you can actually feel the BASS.. yes, even with volume lowered) ok in any way, shape or form from INSIDE of people’s homes. We are entitled to PEACEFUL ENJOYMENT OF OUR HOMES.
  • 264-288 Bainbridge St Malden Ma 02148, USA - Malden Ward 5

    I walk down Bainbridge towards Pierce every day on my way to Oak Grove MBTA station. There is no safe way to cross Bainbridge or Pierce Street at the intersection of these streets, especially during rush hour.

    Cars taking a right from Pierce onto Bainbridge speed around the corner. Cars speed over the hill on Bainbridge. In both of these cases, the drivers have limited visibility of pedestrians as they approach.

    What is especially concerning though, is that as a pedestrian trying to cross Bainbridge in particular, I cannot easily see cars that are flying around the corner or over the hill. I am afraid to I will get hit every day I attempt to cross Bainbridge near this intersection.

    Can the city implement safety precautions for pedestrians? Maybe a painted crosswalk or, even better, signage to assist pedestrians in a safe crossing?

  • 99 Florence St Malden, MA, 02148, USA - Malden Ward 4

    Malden Towers needs to be thoroughly inspected by the Board of Health ASAP.

    Roach infestation
    Homeless People wandering in and out because door lock is broken
    Pool has been shut down by board of health for over a year-still no fix.
    Mold in units and laundry rooms
    Trash left outside doors
    Elevators constantly broken
    ALMOST ON A WEEKLY BASIS IS THE FIRE DEPARTMENT HERE TO TURN OFF AN ALARM SYSTEM CLEARLY THE MANAGEMENT COMPANY HAS DONE NOTHING ABOUT SINCE THERE ARE HAZARDS IN THE BUILDING THAT THEY DON'T ADDRESS-EVEN FIREFIGHTERS HAVE ASKED WHERE MANAGEMENT IS.

  • 421–435 Pleasant St Malden 02148, United States - Malden Ward 3

    Please

    White cat stuck under bridge -

    Looks Like Someone was trying to feed it to get it to come Down.

    Please help!

  • Eglise Philadelphia Church Malden, MA, USA - Malden Ward 4

    Dear taxpayers,

    Why is a church allowed to force people out of their homes because the City will not change the noise ordinance regarding churches! The house located behind the church was put up for sale because of the noise. They have a full scale marching band practicing for hours on Sunday, although they have church on Saturday!!! The exemption is unacceptable. A taxpayer can be fined for noise, but a church marching band is okay!?

  • 13 Holyoke St Malden, MA, 02148, USA - Malden Ward 7
    pressure washing trucks again and getting oil and grease on the street.
  • Mbta-Malden Center 230 Pleasant St, Malden, MA, 02148, USA - Malden Ward 2

    Can something please be done about the exit from the busway and drop-off areas on the Commercial St side? Busses are incredibly aggressive and pull out of the busway onto Commercial, with many of them getting over to take an immediate left onto Centre St with no regard for the flow of traffic and cars who are already in the road. Cars exiting the dropoff area do the same, but are not nearly as problematic.

    It holds up traffic and, more importantly, is incredibly dangerous.

  • Other Archived
    15 Vernon St Malden 02148 United States - Malden Ward 4
    Illegal Rooming House. Was on market for 5 days, now off after a 1 day Open House for 1 hour, not Sold. Sketchy men in and out of house, different cars, all hours of the day and night, especially nights and weekends. Mattress on basement floor. Threatens safety of the street.
  • 29 Winter St Malden, MA 02148, USA - Malden Ward 4
    I just witnessed yet ANOTHER near head on collision caused by a reckless driver turning from Winter onto Autumn. This one drove past stopped traffic the full length of the block on Winter from Banks to Autumn on the wrong side of the double yellow, before nearly hitting a car head on turning right from Autumn onto Winter. This is CONSTANT during the evening rush hour, whenever the traffic backs up from Main. I have nearly been hit more times than I can count, as has probably just about every driver who lives in this neighborhood. The behavior is horrendously dangerous, not only for other drivers, but especially for pedestrians who have no reason to expect a car driving the wrong way. As I posted before, I saw a woman and two young children almost run over a few months back by a driver pulling this exact same stunt. The area is dangerous enough without this being tolerated. We need some enforcement here please. Between this and the drivers flying the wrong way up Kenmore as a short cut, it is only a matter of time before something very bad happens.
  • 861-889 Main St Malden, MA, 02148, USA - Malden Ward 5
    Just crossed the intersection of Forest and Main. Both sides of the sidewalk are dug up, I had to step into traffic, no one was directing traffic nor was there a clear path directing me as a pedestrian where to go. This is a heavily traveled pedestrian and cyclist route to get to Oak Grove - which we've been complaining about for months now so you should be more than aware - and someone is going to get hurt unless safety measures are taken.
  • Pothole Archived
    Medford St Malden, MA, 02148, USA - Malden Ward 1
    Medford St from Highland Ave to Pearl St. Numerous potholes throughout this stretch keep getting worse each time it rains
  • Ferry St @ Eastern Ave Malden, MA 02148, USA - Malden Ward 7

    Please note: this inquiry is NOT intended for Limebike. Please do not reassign to Limebike. It is intended for the City. Thank you.

    On May 29, I posted about the multitude of Limebikes being ridden on city sidewalks and endangering pedestrians, including senior citizens and individuals with disabilities (issue 5934124). Limebike responded by saying that state law does not prohibit riding bicycles on sidewalks except in central business districts, and that Malden does not have any ordinance that goes further. In other words: We can ride our bikes (which are motorized, by the way) on your sidewalks and you can't stop us.

    From the City, I would like to know:

    1. Is Limebike's reading of our ordinances correct?

    2. If so, what defines our central business district, and what is being done to enforce the law and protect pedestrians in that area?

    3. Also if so, and most importantly, what is Malden doing about the problem? Limebike appears to be taking advatage of a gap in our ordinances and overall planning scheme to allow its users to operate its motorized bicycles on our sidewalks. That may be great for Limebike and its users. But it's terrible for the city and the vast majority of its residents. So we need an ordinance (like most cities and towns have). I suspect that you would find near universal support for the proposition that adults should not be riding bicycles on sidewalks, which are intended for pedestrians, anywhere in the city. (The lack of suitable streets for riding bicycles is a separate problem that also needs to be addressed -- but not at the expense of pedestrians). Even short of an ordinance, it seems that the city can negotiate whatever terms it wants with this company, and that common sense dictates that a restriction against operating these motorized bicycles on sidewalks should be a part of the deal. So again, does the city acknowledge the existence of the problem and intend to address it?