41 55 Olive St New Haven, CT 06511, USA
Can AA/NA and/or St Paul's Episcopal Church please do something about the littering on the sidewalk after meetings? There isn't even a trashcan there.
502 Chapel St New Haven, CT
The highway construction is severely shaking my house. Dishes are ratteling in the cabinets and the pipes are banging in the basement. This far worse than the earthquake we had over the summer.
If this causes damage to my foundation or anything in my house will the construction company pay for it?
Is anybody else felling this?
Wooster And Franklin New Haven, CT
I have noticed the early stages for wooden barriers to be put up along 91-South, adjacent to the exit 2 off-ramp. Similar walls are already in place along 91 at the overpass over Chapel Street, near to Conte/West HIlls School. I am writing to find out/request a similar wall be built along 91 South along the 34 off-ramp. The noise from the immense amount of traffic at the merge is very bothersome to those of us living along the end of Wooster St, especially as large trucks slow down to handle the ramps. Additionally, with all of the construction (much of which occurs at night), this would go a long way to decreasing the noise that now keeps me awake at night.
236 Wooster St New Haven, CT
Can more be done to enforce residential parking rules on Wooster St.? We have a very limited amount of space, and it is constantly taken by non-residents. Better signs or more enforcement would help, especially on weeknights and weekends.
57 William St New Haven, CT
There is always at least one (usually 2 and sometimes 3) big yellow commercial moving trucks parked on the street. I assume an employee/owner of the moving service, Two Young Studs Moving (cool name, ugly trucks) lives on the street and always parks there.
But according to this law, it isn't permissiable. Plus the trucks are ugly and not something you want to see everytime you look out the window.
Sec. 29-53. - Parking trucks in residential zones.
No person having the custody and control of a vehicle or vehicles with capacities of more than half-a-ton, shall be permitted to park on any street in any residential zone at any time of the day or night. However, such vehicles shall be permitted in residential zones when in the conduct of a service being simultaneously performed.
34 Academy St New Haven, CT
It probably happens in lots of neighborhoods, but I live here and so pay closer attention. Streetside parking places around Wooster Square, especially on Greene and Academy, get quickly filled, but I've noticed more cars parking without the benefit of the resident parking tag, which means those of us who live here and pay to park have fewer options. I believe some people park and walk to work; others park and take a train from State Street Station. Whatever the reason, I'm calling on the city's parking enforcement officers to remedy this problem. Thank you.
- Acknowledged by: City Of New Haven
Chapel St And Opp Chestnut St New Haven, CT 06511, USA
Cars park in the crosswalks around here all the time. It's illegal and dangerous but I never see anyone get a ticket.
527 Chapel St New Haven, CT
The rear upper floor tenant/s at 527 Chapel St. insist on leaving the cover of their Dumpster open at all times so that they can toss their garbage from the second or third floor rear balconies.
The problems with this are:
1. Squirrels are in there every day removing food and dropping it on the ground and on the grounds of neighboring buildings. As a long standing practice, it eventually will attract rats as well.
2. It has now become a fairly regular morning stop for a couple seagulls.
3. The tosser/s miss - often - so the garbage hits the ground. Several months ago, a bag of garbage missed, lodging itself behind the Dumpster for weeks until a worker at the building removed it.
4. Heavy hard things make a startling noise when they hit the metal Dumpster after being thrown from high on the balcony.
5. In the summer the Dumpster's smell with the cover open can be horrendous.
If 527 Chapel tenant/s doesn't stop doing this I am going to formally and very persistently complain to LCI. What kind of person is incapable of taking out the garbage and willing to subject neighbors to this? Everyone else in this neighborhood takes their garbage out.
There are rats in the garbage pails a mere five or six blocks away on the New Haven Green. We don't need them in Wooster Square. Please stop this asap.
This is otherwise a really good building with local landlords with long ties to the neighborhood. I highly doubt they would be thrilled to learn they have tenant/s doing this.
Lyon Street New Haven, CT
Many people use Lyon Street daily for free parking instead of parking at the train station, because they're almost never ticketed. Residents desperately need their spots esp. when the parking is as limited as it is now. (The promised plows did not come on Wednesday night.) Thanks!