Hoyt St And Morgan St Stamford, Connecticut
The left turn arrow does not come on for cars turning left from Hoyt St. onto Morgan St. at the Rite Aide across from the police station. When heading east on Hoyt St. and the light at Morgan is green, it is impossible to tell if oncoming traffic also has a green light and whether it is safe to make a left turn onto Morgan St. One has to wait to see if oncoming traffic is going to start moving or remain stopped. Please fix this! I have lived on Morgan for 4 years and it has been a problem for at least 4 years.
3 VotesFix it! Voted!Intersection Of Canal St. And Dock St. Stamford, CT
I commute on the 27 bus (Shippan). Most evenings on the way back to the Transportation Center, the bus has to wait through several traffic light cycles to get through this intersection because vehicles on Canal St. are blocking the box, often blocking the entire intersection so that none of the westbound vehicles on Canal St. can get through when they have the green light. The police need to stand on the corners of this intersection during evening rush hour and hand out pre-written tickets until drivers get the message and stop blocking the box. It is illegal, but it is not being enforced. This intersection is a chronic mess during evening rush hour because of this poor driver behavior.
179-217 Hollister Ave Bridgeport, Connecticut
Saw yesterday am.. Pothole at least 1 1/2 feet if not 2 feet wide and at least 8 inches deep. taking up entire lane.. had to enter other lane to go around it or car would have been damaged.
Tram Dr Oxford, CT
Sonny has been missing since Friday, July 27, 2012
as of Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Sonny will be lost for:
1 year, 8 months, 14 days
Recently, other lost cats, lost at the same time Sonny went missing, have returned to the area.
Two out of seven cats lost to others in this area have returned. Amazing!
There is still hope for Sonny.
SONNY is an adult neutered male tabby cat. His is an orange tabby with cream colored stripes. His colors could also appear to be tan, buff or fawn. He has a sleek body and could be mistaken for a young cat. He is strong and healthy. See photo(s).
Sonny is an indoor/outdoor cat originally from Bethany, Connecticut. He knows the outside, but does not know Oxford or the house he went missing from - only 6 days in Oxford.
He answers to his name. Sonny actually loves his name and will run to you and get silly when you call him.
He is a friendly, fun-loving, happy cat.
He is vocal and enjoys being petted, but not interested in being picked up unless coaxed.
Sonny and his brother (Fletcher) were never left outdoors at night.
"Sonny" is out there somewhere.
PLEASE - winters in Connecticut can be very harsh for a lost cat.
PLEASE - email or call anytime, day or night, if you think you've seen "SONNY".
(203) 249-3345 (leave a message)