2 VotesFix it! Voted!3809 Norman Rd Clarkston, Georgia
A poison ivy bush (yes bush) has grown nearly halfway into the sidewalk on the south edge of Norman near Cleavemark Dr. The entire section of sidewalk in this area is a wall of privet and other bushes/plants, and extends into the sidewalk path.
Many are very allergic to poison ivy in particular, and the one bush is well into the sidewalk area (further than the wall of brush). It is partially obscured by other plants so pedestrians may not be aware - also most aren't aware that poison ivy can grow as a bush and may not expect/recognize it.
23 VotesFix it! Voted!3784 E Ponce De Leon Ave Clarkston, GA
The path on E Ponce de Leon from Milam Circle to I285 is extremely narrow. Naturally there is no sidewalk. For a year I have made numerous calls to 311 and Damen Johnson at Dekalb County Public Works without success. I am not requesting a sidewalk be installed, just grading to widen the dirt path to allow citizens a safe passage. By the way, I have confirmed that this road is the responsibility of DeKalb & not Georgia.
16 VotesFix it! Voted!863 S Jolly Ave Clarkston, GA 30021
Every day, hundreds of people walk in the roadway on this section of Jolly Ave.
There is no sidewalk for several hundred yards south of Rowland.
Without attention to pedestrian needs, someone will be killed by a vehicle here, if they have not already.