Hamden Connecticut - Spring Glen
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Whitney & School Hamden, CT - Hamden
Don't know if anyone cares, or if anything can be done about this.
There is a storm sewer/basin right at the front of Eli's Pizza on the north west corner of School and Whitney.
When water comes south, down Whitney, it passes right by this storm drain and continues about 800 feet up School St., almost to the apartments near the Elks club.
The storm drain is just a little higher than the roadway.
This leads water all the up school st., not only when it rains, but also when the Ortho Dr. Office, and next door Jefferson Arms Apartments, waters their lawn.
It is a huge problem right now with that water main patch blocking the flow of water to the catch basin.
No, this issue has not been resolved. It does create extra burden on the catch basin on School St., and is the reason why School St. floods regularly (as well as when the apartments and Dr. Officers water their lawns in the summer).
This could easily be remedied with some kind of thin asphalt or rubber patch applied to the south side of the path the water takes around the corner, past the basin, placed so that it would divert the water into the basin.
The system asked me to close or update this item ... it has not been remedied as of today.
The system has asked again about this - it is not resolved and is the major factor contributing to the flooding of School St, between Whitney and Evergreen, when it rains - or when the lawns are watered on Whitney Ave. at Jefferson Arms and the Orthopedic buildings.
I believe it could easily be resolved with an asphalt patch placed just south of the catch basin to redirect the water into the catch basin, instead of traveling around it. It is easy to see what is happening when the above mentioned properties water their lawns.
2337 Dixwell Avenue Hamden, CT 06514, USA - Hamden
Every time I go to stop and shop there is a line of people who just park in the fire lane and shop it backs up traffic and is a fire hazard it would be nice to see these cars towed or ticketed
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Fourth & Beaver Street Hamden, Connecticut - Hamden
Groups of males (non-residents) in pick up trucks and various cars with tinted windows park on Beaver and/or Fourth Streets late at night and when the cars depart they leave a lot of drug paraphernalia on the streets/sidewalks and on homeowner's property. Happens all hours of the night - typically beginning at 10p.m. onward. Cars also park facing the wrong direction of the street.
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