23 Beverly Dr. Ansonia, Connecticut
Generally everyone in our neighborhood takes great pride in maintaining our properties. However, this one in particular is disgusting. As the warmer weather is fast approaching, the neighborhood will once again be greeted with the foul smell and physical appearance on how this property is poorly maintained. Over grown grass, to three years of leaves not cleaned up (if not more) and garbage littering everyone's yards. From what can be seen on the outside, the inside is even worse. Been told by others, of possible hoarding conditions and an overpowering stench of urine and fleas inside. This property, makes the foreclosure on the street, look pristine. This can not be ignored any longer.
13 VotesFix it! Voted!123 Main Street Ansonia, Connecticut
Having been in Ansonia for about 3 years now I shake my head every time there is a holiday on a Monday and await the stream of stupidity to start flowing.
Ansonia's residential trash pickup is on Wednesday each week UNLESS a holiday falls on Monday. If that happens, trash pickup is ALWAYS moved a day later, to Thursday.
However, time and time again, trash piles up on these "holiday weeks" a day early. In the summer it sits out a day and stinks.
Has the city actually ever notified residents to NOT put their trash our on Wednesday when Monday is a holiday? Clearly, the residents don't seem to notice their trash is on the curb for two days nor care how that looks.
Beaver St. From Quillinan Pond To Woodbridge Ave. Ansonia, CT
Need sewers cleaned out, garbage picked up and weeds cut on Beaver St from Quillinan Pond to Woodbridge Ave. It is looks like a dump on Beaver St. Why doesn't the city keep this area clean. We pay taxes too.
North Main Street Ansonia, Connecticut
My neighbor as well as many of our 1428 Facebook friends networked between us are learning to avoid the lower or southern section of North Main Street in Ansonia. One of my friends suffered a damaged tire and wheel replaced this weekend at a $425 cost. Her concern is posted within one of these See-It-Click-Fix links. I am only posting to say many of these friends live outside of Ansonia but access Ansonia from the Seymour and Oxford areas using this North Main Street route to enter Ansonia’s shopping and business center. Or what is actually left of the center. I live about ¾ of a mile from the offensive area which is the main Farrel manufacturing facet across from the fire house. Until the structure improves on public safety and appearance we are all committed through our pack together to avoid Ansonia’s shopping and business selections this day forward for our property and personal safety. It was really bad enough watching the drug deals and pan-handlers at the North Main and Forth Street corner where the convenience store and Puerto Rican restaurant reside. The area is growing 10 Fold with renter subsidies and gangs.
As of yesterday firefighters were collecting money right on top of and navigating through the debris . It was unclear whether they were collecting for the area visual improvements needed or for someone who was injured in the area.
Please Fix. Most of us will miss shopping and eating at Only for her and The Crave. The Target Store has actually taken on a new meaning this weekend forward.
5 North Main St Ansonia, CT
.....Caution when entering or exiting the area of the corners of Main, North Main & State Streets in Ansonia, CT. Across from the old Armory there is a closed factory with debris coming off it caused by the high winds. A 9" x 10" piece of the building blew off and struck my 2013 Kia SUV. I was able to pick up the piece matching what appears to be a part from a elevated but decaying section of the factory and matches the paint left on my car. Many of other pieces of the factory are presently scattered in the road and sidewalk area also causing pedestrian obstructions.
I do not know who to contact other than my insurance carrier who will also investigate because the factory looks like it has not been in operation for some time?
29 Burke St Ansonia, CT
I’m a resident/owner on Burke St and am very concerned that an automobile repair shop is being run on the street in front of the 6 family 29 Burke St. The resident’s son on the 1st floor right side is constantly repairing cars in front of the house with his buddies and many times they leave the cars on jacks. The also parked an unregistered piece of junk Acura with gray primer that a friend used to own on the property of 32 Burke St and now there are 3 unregistered vehicles on that property. The place is already a dump and now it looks worse. One of the friends drives out of here like a maniac all the time. His revs his car so loudly that it sets off other car alarms. As a parent I am very concerned about the kids running around here and possibly getting hit by him. His car registration plate is 6ADSV5 and I believe it’s a Honda or Acura late model. I believe he also owns the car illegally parked on 32 Burke St. It’s October 28 and so far as of 1:30 pm they have worked on 2 cars today and both of jacks. I am hoping you say something to his family. They leave trash on the road while they are opening parts and eating lunch and it blows all over the place, most times my yard and I have to pick it up. I know I’m not the only one upset, I have talked to several of my neighbors and they don’t like it either. Thanks, I hope you speak to these people as I don’t like this happening in my neighborhood. One more thing, there is a camper parked in the back yard of 32 Burke St that the owner drove in about 6-7 years ago and left it there and now lives in Tennessee. It has weeds and vines growing over it and sometimes the door is swinging in the wind, it’s also unregistered along with the acura and purple neon in the front yard. Thanks.
28 Ridge Road Ansonia, CT
Lawn bags have been out for months - brush and debris all over the yard - misc. household items line the driveway. Just a mess! Looks like they are taking a cue from their Sunset neighbors.
525 E Main Farrel N Main Corner Ansonia, CT
Are the Buildings that are legally under the oversight of the town of Ansonia CT, as private home ownership is,
Located at approximately 525 East Main St and the Farrel corner of Main and North Main Street,
In postion to dodge current blight laws developed by your town in the valley? You have to admit the visual on these buildings look far worse than the River Side Apartments making state news for removal. We were eating in your town one evening and decided to take a walk after dinner prior to driving out of town and back home. I in sandals managed to get my foot scraped by broken glass from debris from one of these buildings.
See attached pics by way of what everyone on the world-wide-web is seeing post-carded as one of your city focal points.
Olson Drive And Lester St ansonia, ct
Is it only me who notices this? The hill/cliff behind the first olson dr building knocked down is strewn with garbage and debris. This area is now readily visible now that the building is gone. This is so depressing to see this area in this state. Why is nothing being done about it? If the city of Ansonia doesn't want to clean it up then make the property owners on lester st liable. Tell them to clean this up immediately or face a stiff penalty. If the owners don't have the means to do it then the city should help them. Am I the only one that cares about it?