3 VotesFix it! Voted!
5 VotesFix it! Voted!
Soundview Dr Larchmont, NY
Multiple streets intersecting at Stuyvesant Ave. need pedestrian crossings and better signage. There are many walkers and no sidewalks - too dangerous, especially for the children walking to school.
218 Larchmont Ave. Larchmont, NY 10538
This house on the corner of Larchmont Ave and Rockhill has bushes along both street fronts that significantly overhang the sidewalk, forcing everyone to walk in the street including kids going to school, people pushing strollers, etc. This is a dangerous situation especially given how fast people drive through the Village area
17 Center Ave Larchmont, NY 10538
Bushes in front of this house overhang most of the sidewalk.
This has been the case for years, in violation of Larchmont Village regulations. Need to be CUT!
They need to be cut back
6 VotesFix it! Voted!Forest Park Ave And Hall Larchmont
1. Do the width of the sidewalk; clearing a foot-wide path is lazy - it's hard to walk and strollers are screwed. 2. If you live on a corner, do out to the street. Why should people have to negotiate a mountain next to your house? 3. If you go south for the winter, contract someone to keep your walks clear. You might not be here, but the rest of us are. C'mon people, just because you might never walk on your own sidewalks, think about your neighbors.
184 Larchmont Ave. Larchmont, NY 10538, USA
The house at 184 Larchmont Ave has overhanging bushes that have been getting worse over the years. Many many children walk down Larchmont Ave here on their way to school and they CANNOT stay on the sidewalk here.
Why isn't this cut back? This is dangerous! All it takes is one careless driver and a child could get injured or worse! This homeowner should be held liable if this occurs.
Photo of this problem taken 5/15/10
1 Rockhill Terrace Larchmont, NY 10538, USA
here is another example where it is difficult to walk on the sidewalk because of bushes that overgrow the sidewalk both on the Larchmont Ave and on the Rockhill sides of this house...
these are thick evergreen bushes which are growing progressively over the sidewalk.
this homeowner should cut them back so we can use the sidewalk.
1 VoteFix it! Voted!81 Chatsworth Avenue Larchmont, NY
Con Edison dug up grassy area between my yard at 81 Chatsworth and the street to repair some pipes. This was on Monday May 3 and Tuesday May 4.
They inserted a sleeve into the pipes, made some repair to where gas lines come into my home and covered up the hole with a piece of plywood. (the hole is four or five feet deep).
They then said they were called onto another job and needed to leave. Before leaving they put a couple of saw horses out and some construction tape and an orange cone.
Now, its been two weeks and nobody has ever returned and the yard is still dug up.
My sprinkler system has been damaged. While digging, Con Ed crews punctured the sprinkler. I told them about the sprinkler. After damaging it, they put a piece of tape around the pipe, but it still leaks. There is dirt and toppled over saw horses in the front of my yard. Its an eyesore and dangerous. My yard is typically kept in very good condition, so its regrettable that my yard has been affected like this.
Worse of all, now there is a gas leak that seems to be more and more evident in the area around the construction site. We noticed it before the construction, but now we had a neighbor comment on it, so it must be getting stronger.
How do we get Con Ed to repair this? I've called and spoke with them about the smell of gas. However, I'd like for them to actually commit to getting my yard back to where it was before they tore it up, including the sprinkler system.
When I called the Con Ed office today, they said their computers were down.