1 VoteFix it! Voted!2217-2233 Caton Avenue Brooklyn/Kings, New York
Chronic issue with illegally street parked cars in marked "no parking zones”, some possessing handicap or city permits. This is not only disrupting bi-weekly street cleaning, but we are consistently finding these cars blocking access to our two driveways. We require 24 hour access to our driveways as they serve both residents and a busy medical office.
We under stand permits allow for parking during official business but the street and curbs often go without sweeping because cars will remain parked for days and even a week without moving. That does not seem to coincide with permitted use.
Other cars without permits place official orange envelopes under their wipers to make it appear the car has already been cited.
Please help get the area cleared of these vehicles on a regular basis so we may keep the properties clear of debris and maintain access to our driveways.
311 had been notified but the 70th precinct did not fully understand our complaint as a chronic issue. SR # 1-1-969376131
2020 Ocean Avenue brooklyn, New York
Extremely loud music constantly being play at party events inside 2020 ocean avenue, our lady of refuge church, this is a constant problem, specially during the spring and summer time, where extremely loud music is usually played from 5pm to 3 or 4 am in the morning, in many nights music usually can be heard from a block away and people like myself who live across from the church are unable to sleep due to the extremely loud music coming from the church. The community board needs to address this issue as soon as possible so they can put a stop to this chronic problem, this is not fair for members of this community living near the church, the church needs to obey the nyc laws just like everyone else.
1-2099 Campus Road Brooklyn, NY
The stretch from 22nd St to 21st St to Ocean Ave is used by cars and delivery vans as a shortcut, breaking the speed limit.
It passes right by a city playground, the college on it's other side. To avoid the death of a child, speed bumps should be placed along this section.
2274 Church Avenue Brooklyn/ Kings, NY
On the fence of decommissioned PS 90 are large posters/banners promoting music concerts and businesses.
As per DSNY rules §10-119, §10-121(a-e, g) these posting are illegal.
This is a chronic problem that has escalated over the past 9 months. Have file a previous complaint with DSNY which was cured but similar posters have since returned over time.
Please assist in not only removing the banners currently hung but in enhancing enforcement to improve the chronic situation. Thank you.
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8 VotesFix it! Voted!973 Coney Island Ave Brooklyn, NY 11230, USA
Almost every school day between 3:15 and 4:30 PM unlicensed street vendors selling Marino ices station themselves near the Mr. Softee truck outside of the PS 217 playground and on weekends, these unlicensed vendors sometimes go into the playground.
While the man who has the Mr. Softee truck has serviced the neighborhood for 21 years as a licensed vendor who obeys the health code, city vendor laws, and pays taxes on what he makes, the people running these carts do not pay for licenses, serve ices and ice cream without wearing gloves or hats and I suspect are not paying taxes on what they make.
For both health reasons and to support those who play by the rules, there really needs to be enforcement of the licensing laws on a consistent basis
6 VotesFix it! Voted!644 Ocean Pkwy Brooklyn, NY 11230, USA
One side of Ocean Parkway is supposed to be for bikes and the other for walking but because no one enforces this, bikes ride on both sides which constitutes a hazard for senior citizens who are out walking
2230 Beverly Road Brooklyn, New York
Beverly Road is a popular route with cars, trucks and other vehicles going towads and from Flatbush Avenue. Traffic flowing from East 23 Street onto Beverly Road is impeded by this traffic flow and it makes it very difficult to make either a right or left hand turn. Furthermore, trying to ease onto Beverly Road is particularly hard because of parked cars in front of 2230 Beverly Road, which interferes with a driver's vision. The driver has difficulty seeing oncoming traffic already on Beverly Road while attempting to make either a right or left turn from East 23 Street. Easing onto Beverly Road from East 23 Street is extremely and somewhat dangerous.
I would recommend that a traffic study be done on East 23 Street and Beverly Road in order to understand the need for a "No Parking Sign" in front of 2230 Beverly Road or the installation of a traffic light at the corner.
Either choice would benefit all drivers as well as the community.
5 VotesFix it! Voted!26 Newkirk Plaza Brooklyn , New York
the cement support for the fences around the Q train line at Newkirk Plaza are cracked and deteriorating. you can see some from the street level, from the Chase bank to the toll house. you can see more breaks looking up from the train platforms.