4 VotesFix it! Voted!691-699 Rugby Road Brooklyn, New York
The 'Bishop's Crook" style poles (which the local community raised money to contribute to the installation of) have had posters attached with packing tape.
Which may damage the poles finish when (if they are ever) removed by the business that posted them?
8 VotesFix it! Voted!657 Westminster Road Brooklyn, New York
The DoT apparently destroyed, leveled to the ground, two brick and limestone stanchions that have proudly marked this entry to the West Midwood neighborhood since 1924 without any warning or notice to the community. As a resident and homeowner in that community, I find this outrageous and demand that they be rebuilt using original materials.
519 Coney Island Avenue brooklyn, New York
I parked my car front of 519 coney island avenue brooklyn ny and some one put stickers all over my windshield and near by store owner inform me that owner of the 519 coney island avenue building vandalize my car , i call 311 this place is not a driveway
sidewalk cut illegally to make driveway and painted with yellow paint neighbors complaining that this guy is doing this kind of action to everyone
Please check in to it.
6 VotesFix it! Voted!692-698 Rugby Road Brooklyn, New York
It would be more desirable if the production company who have taped all of their notices to the newly installed light-poles used string (instead of tape).
Unless of course they plan to fund repainting each and every pole which will be damaged when the packing tape used to secure the notice tears off the paint?
Can we please have the City of NY make this a rule—this is not the first time this has occurred and has been complained about!?
In this instance this appears to have happened all the way down Rugby Road from Foster Ave to Ave H.
1 VoteFix it! Voted!819-823 Flatbush Ave Brooklyn, New York
Can we get an opinion on whether or not the banners and size of the signs and letters meet local law. They are huge and seem to display more than what is allow on a typical awning, per se.
We find the display to be an eyesore and detracts from the building. All three vertical banners on the North side are covering 15 ft windows .
Thank you for your input.
71 Linden Blvd brooklyn, New York
This Green Street area cross from Capt. Oakley Square has a crushed/broken fence at the south side of the perimeter. Owners have been letting their dogs off leash in the area and tonight an off leash dog tried to attack my dog as we walked by. The wire fence needs to be repaired to keep dogs, off-leash and on, out of the space. Please facilitate the repair. Tonight I pulled the fence up as much as I could to deter entrance until the parks dept could respond to SR # 1-1-1081865891. Thank You.