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8 VotesFix it! Voted!Meadowbrook State Pkwy East Meadow, NY 11554, USA
Meadowbrook Parkway South Between Exits M1-M4 has many potholes especially in the right and center lanes.
South Oyster Bay Road Bethpage, NY, USA
The grading problem, hard seam, is right at the turn from 107 North onto South Oyster Bay Road. South Oyster Bay Road after that, has been repaved and is in good condition. When you get right up to the railroad crossing, another grading problem exists on both side of the tracks (very rough transition on each side). As you continue down the road passing Cambridge Court Senior Housing all the way down to the CVS Stores Driveway, there are many standing seams and ruts, along with some small holes here and there. These problems go across all traffic lanes, both North and South Bound.· Reported by Bad seams, transitions, ruts and small holes along Northbound Lanes on South Oyster Bay Road (Guest) · Share · Flag Flagged
3054 Lee Place Bellmore, NY
Lee Place runs for a while between Karen and the next stop sign at Ricky street. Many motorists not only don't come to a complete stop at either Stop sign, but exceed the posted 30 mph speed limit by 10-15 mph along that stretch of Lee Place. The street is unsafe for our children and even adults, not to mention the traffic noise that's created at higher speeds. A good solution would be speed humps. According to sources, humps will reduce 85 percentile speeds by 8-10 mph. A warning sign notifies motorists before humps. They are used on residential roads where lower speeds are desired and reasonable.
Keep in mind, almost the entire peninsula is dotted with Stop signs that keep speeds down, but because there is no intersecting street along this stretch, motorists take advantage and speed down to or up from the bottom of the peninsula in order to reach Merrick Road faster..
298 Ernest Court East Meadow, NY
The sump in my backyard have trees that have grown so big, they are shading the perimeter pine trees, and they have begun to thin out, and the trees are laying on the cables.
The pot holes will be addressed, how about Newsday going after the "Illegal Roadside Advertisers" IE: I buy homes, I fix computers, I buy cars, Translators needed, Singles, Etc. Etc. Etc. Start a campaign labeled "Don't support Illegal advertisers" and the problem will go away. JMHO Brian McHale 516 459-2417
One Washington Street
Three weeks ago, with no explanation for their action, the Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter dismissed their workers and volunteers that, among other duties, found homes for many of the very adoptable animals that pass through their shelter. The two people on the payroll were transferred to other Town departments; the volunteers were just told not to return.
I know firsthand how wonderful so many dogs that are given up for mostly pathetic reasons, can be. I took a 7 year old Chihuahua into my home from there and he is surely the most perfect creature ever.
This Tuesday, November 9th, the town of Hempstead is holding their monthly meeting during which people are allowed, at the end of this meeting, to speak up about any issue of serious concern. Many of us in the rescue community plan to use our allotted 2 minutes at the end of the meeting to plead for the return of these wonderful people whose efforts saved countless lives, every day.
Why in the world would this shelter wish not to save dogs when such rescues have been made so easy for them. What excuse can there possibly be for choosing to put these very adoptable animals down, instead of allowing them to go to certified rescue groups that will find them wonderful second chances at life.
We need you there for support and help in spreading the word about this situation. We need your amazing ability to change inconceivable wrongs to rights so that we can continue to save lives.
Tuesday, November 9, 10:30 a.m.
Nathan L.H. Bennett Pavilion
Adjacent to Hempstead Town Hall
One Washington Street
Hempstead, New York
Volunteer at For Our Friends Animal Rescue
Franklin Avenue & Woodcliff Drive Franklin Square, NY