13 VotesFix it! Voted!500-650 N. Kingsley Dr Los Angeles, CA 90004, USA - Mid Wilshire
Ice Cream Vendor: Diana’s Ice Cream
9523 Avalon Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90003. License # 8K66972.
Truck frequently operates outside of ordinance 176830 which states:
(c) Hours of Sales. No person shall dispense any item, including food,
from an ice cream truck on a street during the following hours: From 8:30 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. during the months of April through October and from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. during the months of November through March.
It is November and this truck is currently on the street at 7:50pm on 12/10/10
Driver frequently forgets to stop music while parked to serve ice cream. This is also against noise ordinances. It is not uncommon to hear this truck's music through windows and walls over 1/4 of a mile away for 30 minutes straight.
Los Angeles Health Department was contacted with apparently no solution rendered.
I believe they have the right to sell their fatty sugary laden crap to the poor people of this neighborhood, but must we be abused by the aneurysm inducing music because this driver refuses to follow the law?
640-698 North Kingsley Drive Los Angeles, CA - Mid Wilshire
Our neighborhood is not safe at all. This wall and our entire street is tagged all the time. There is no respect, not even for the artist who placed this nice work on the wall. It was tagged by useless hoodlums within 7 days of being painted. Why hasn't the police department stepped up and caught these little brats? It wouldn't be hard, they're always here . There isn't a square inch of our street that hasn't been tagged. We feel threatened by this as a neighborhood. It's a useless @#$% contest. You're all losers with nothing to give to the world.
4861 Clinton Street Los Angeles, CA - Mid Wilshire
Several pieces of furniture have been dumped here over the last month or two, the sidewalk is impassable, everyone is too apathetic to call 311 so I guess I'LL DO IT even though I don't live in this area here.
4 VotesFix it! Voted!3300-3398 W 7th St Los Angeles, CA - Mid Wilshire
So gross, especially on the north side of the street, it seems to be the "acceptable" strip of sidewalk to NOT pick up after your dog. Also extends to the block east of Irolo. Can't someone sit for a day and ticket all these people -- it would create quite a bit of revenue. And then clean it up, not sure who would do that. Literally, the only time I've ever seen it clean was when a TV production company came in a filmed for a couple of days and their PAs cleaned up.
603 N Harvard Blvd Los Angeles, CA - Mid Wilshire
This corner must have a Dump on Me magnet because it's already full again of furniture. Clinton between Western and Kingsley needs a full sweep because it's not just this corner. Also, Kingsley from Maplewood to Melrose needs a sweep up because there are random bits of furniture that have been there for weeks because NO ONE EVER CALLS 311 BUT ME!
225 N Kenmore Ave Los Angeles, CA 90004, USA - Mid Wilshire
608 N Kingsley Dr Los Angeles, CA - Mid Wilshire
Property manager allows vehicles to stop and run their engines in a driveway that connects the apartment complex parking lot to the street. Cars willingly block the confined area for up to 30 mintes releasing toxic carbon monoxide into surrounding apartments. Cars also honk almost every morning waking surrounding residents on different schedules.
557 N Kingsley Dr Los Angeles CA 90004, Los Angeles, CA - Mid Wilshire
This house owner allows their small white dog to get out which today ran down the sidewalk and crossed the street just to bite me on the other side of the street. If I hadn't been wearing jeans I would have called the authorities. I'm not the only one that has been bitten by this dog. It's a menace. No apologies, not one word either when I forced the dog to go home and told an adult living there that their dog bites.
4200-4248 W 4th St Los Angeles, CA 90020, USA - Mid Wilshire
The sidewalk on the south side of 4th Street between Western and Oxford Avenues is coming apart. Tree root damage is not too bad, but cracks are large and giant rocks have broken away from the sidewalk.