Will post on Facebook for comment - PLEASE comment! On the corner of Wesley and Hillgirt Circle, Oakland, is a section of overgrown bushes, aloes and small trees which has grown overarching the sidewalk (from street side) and into the sidewalk from the homeowner's fence, impeding visibility ESPECIALLY in the darkness. It is a dangerous and unlighted section of sidewalk. At least one person was attacked in this location (my daughter). Passers by avoid this section of the block and for good reason, walking in the street instead which is not safe either. The bushes are so thick that a person could step back into them and be completely concealed from view. There is no streelight. The homeowners have declined to maintain the area outside their fence. As you can see from the photos, the area is very overgrown and impinging on the sidewalk. Imagine the person in the photograph dressed in black, at night. The Feet on the Street neighborhood lighting patrol group has observed this area; the entire neighborhood deems it to be unsafe; it was reported to public works last year by Hoang Banh, our Community Rep from OPD; neighbors on the Cleveland Heights Neighbors email group addressed the homeowners who have advised pedestrians "cross the street and walk there". FOS members attempted to petition the city for a streelight (1.5 years ago) but funding ran out before the petition was processed. Thank you for your attention. UPDATE: PARTIAL IMPROVEMENT BY HOMEOWNERS - THERE STILL NEEDS TO BE WORK DONE BY REMOVAL OF LARGE PINE TREES (NOT ALL PERHAPS EVERY OTHER ONE), ADDITIONAL STREET LIGHT, AND REMOVAL OF OVERGROWTH FROM YARD OVER SIDEWALK TO STREET.