801 Turk Street San Francisco, California801 Turk
City trash can overfilled. NEVER emptied -same trash inside for days on the corner of Turk and Franklin in front of our business.
Now water soaked trash sits at the bottom
801 Turk Street San Francisco, California7-22-16
The new style city trash can on the corner of Turk & Franklin must have had another fire
because the wet trash is all under the can once again.
801 Turk Street San Francisco, California7-15-16 Friday
New electrical box on sidewalk cracked.
Hole big enough for a cane or a heel-slip and fall. Also being an electrical box rain water can easily get in and create a severe hazard or outage to traffic lights etc. Even vandels can easily open the cover now as well. Needs to be relaceed now as it is a safety hazard as well as a city liability.
711 Van Ness Avenue San Francisco, CaliforniaWednesday 7-11-16
Day 10 Turk near Franklin outside 711 Van Ness Parking Garage.
Trash cans left out for over 5 days on sidewalk on Turk near Franklin. 1 black trash can has no top and flys are starting to appear. There was 1 black can, 1 blue can and 1 green can. Now there are an additional 2 black trash cans. The black can has no top and the blue one is now over filled and can not be closed. Maybe there is a dead body in the black one.
711 Van Ness Ave San Francisco, California
Lets call this day #2 ( really its month #5 )
711 Van Ness at Turk
Dont park on Turk near 711 Van Ness. The broken car window glass is stil there 2 weeks later in three car spots on the sidewalk. Thats to many cars broken into
The 3 trash bins (green, blue, black) are outside on the sidewalk in front of their "711 Parking Garage" ---again left out with full trash out past 24 hrs in violation of SF DPH Health Code. The black can does not have a lid at all so flys are gathering around the black trash bin. Will report the trash and broken car glass evey day until the city holds property 711 accountable.
711 Van Ness Ave San Francisco, California7-7-16
On Turk at Van Ness
711 Van Ness property owner keeps their trash bins out all day and the homeless go thru the trash and dump most of it on the sidewalk. Others take the opportunity for cover and hide behind the bins while they deficate on the sidewalk. Both the bins and the feces sit out on the sidewalk for months
On Van Ness itself the trees are dying for lack of care and maintenance and as you can see in the picture the light poles are in dis-repair. Likely the heavy metal left behind from the light pole will be there for weeks and there is a good chance it will attract the homeless. I am just glad I dont own a business around Van Ness or leave a car parked in the area. I might come out and find my car broken into like the area where car window glass is located one oarking spot right next to the other on Turk at Van Ness right outside 711 Van Ness. 3 words Clean South Bay (or even North Bay for that matter)