9 VotesFix it! Voted!39 Howland Avenue Kingston, NY 12401, USA - Kingston
residence at corner of coffey and howland small two story white, currently has 16 adult dogs and 11 puppies in the house, up to 7 to 10 young adults in and out of residence, now they sit in front yard all day sitting on furniture and mattresses that are brought out of the house, the smell from the dog feces eminates throughout the neighborhood, the blue mustang from the residence speeds up and down the road and when confronted subject becomes beligerant kingston police has been to residence for a serious assault, fights and loud persons this is a rental property no action has been taken by the landlord
6 VotesFix it! Voted!Kingston Plaza Kingston, NY - Kingston
I had reported Herzogs, along with Benjamin Moore for selling a supposed no odor, no voc paint to a person with asthma and chemical sensitivity. At first they wouldn't help but after posting here they came through. This is a great site. The reason I posted on this site was to warn people about this paint so that they don't buy this product if someone in their family has a breathing disease. I also think that when a company sells something to our community and it harms them, they should stand behind remediating the situation. It took the pressure of this site to help them do that so the post was then removed..but I just wanted to thank everyone who offered support and suggestions and to let people know that if you advocate for what's right, you sometimes get results.
Live healthy everyone!!!!
15 VotesFix it! Voted!Kingston - Kingston
the odor is extremely nasty !these trucks leave trails of liquid garbage around the city,
363 Wilbur Ave Kingston, NY 12401, USA - Kingston
Smells like rotting carcass and raw sewage. Absolutely maggot-gagging. Poor drainage or collections in the wetland/marshy area behind MVM? Or outgassing from the mulched leaves in the City work area?
8 VotesFix it! Voted!Henry Street - Kingston
We have heard fireworks for the past month and it's no big deal in our neighborhood. But, there was an explosion that rocked our houses
tonight at 11:30 pm. It sounded and felt like a bomb. A big plume of smoke filled the street. A sheriff's car and an ambulance drove through the smoke. The Kingston Fire Department was called and arrived on the scene only to stop at an officer's car who was parked diagonal on the street from the explosion. (He had just uncuffed a young man's hands and was coincidentally in the neighborhood.) The parole officer did not hear or see the explosion.
It happened minutes before he pulled up. He undoubtedly saw the lingering smoke and must have smelled the unmistakable scent of sulfur in the air.
Hmmm....Kingston Fire Department did not bother to investigate the source of the explosion. They spoke to the parole officer attending to unrelated matters instead.
We live by this pyro guy and listen to his constant fireworks. He has graduated to m80's. My neighbors from both sides and across the street came out of our houses to see what had exploded.