Ansonia 11 Ford Street Ansonia, Connecticut
Per city charter part 3 the code chapter 24 article 2 section 24-37 a two (2) foot cut back is required on permanent patches. If you measure # 11 its awfully short .Also check the one at 135 ? Prindle Ave.
Pleasant St Ansonia, Connecticut
If you travel halfway down Pleasant St there is a 4'X20' section of stone wall that has collapsed covering the sidewalk. It has been this way since the beginning of the summer and with winter creeping up I presume will be there till spring. Maybe the new blight officer didn't get to the P streets yet. Does the town own the sidewalk or the property owner?
Wakelee And Clrkson St Ansonia, Connecticut
THERE IS A HOUSE ON THE CORNER OF WAKELEE AND CLARKSON THE YARD HAS HAD TRASH FOR WEEKS NOW THE WHOLE SIDEWALK HAS GARBAGE FURNITURE HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ETC IT IS AN EYESORE AND IS ACTUALLY BLOCKING THE SIDEWALK KIDS GOING TO THE BUS STOP HAVE TO WALK ON THE PROPERTY OR IN THE ROAD TO GET TO THE BUS PLACED A CALL TO THE BLIGHT OFFICER LETS SEE IF IT GETS CLEANED UP
6 VotesFix it! Voted!253 Main Street Ansonia, Connecticut
Gosh, does the Ansonia Republican Town Committee have ANY legal council!?
Today, I received a glossy political piece in the mail which was produced by this committee. However, it is titled on the front page "Ansonia Sentinel"
GOSH, anyone who has any basic understanding of trademark law would remember that the trade names "Ansonia Evening Sentinel" and "Ansonia Sentinel" were privately owned and SOLD to the parent of the Connecticut Post.
While they closed the Sentinel and annoyed Ansonia residents for decades, that does not mean the name "Ansonia Sentinel" is not STILL part of the intellectual property that comes with the Connecticut Post, now owned by Hearst Corporation... a $4 billion media company.
So, the Ansonia RTC has just violated a Hearst Corporation copyright and will most likely get a cease and desist letter once they receive on of several e-mail with a photo of this mailing send to them today.
8 VotesFix it! Voted!14 Hodge Avenue Ansonia, Connecticut
In the last month or so an electric supplier named "Direct Energy" has been sending salespeople door to door in Ansonia trying to get them to change electric suppliers. I have had three visits and they are all from young people who are very well dressed. I assume this is a requirement.
In any event, does a company need a "solicitors permit" to go door to door in Ansonia? I have read online Direct Energy is doing this in other cities and people are advised to "call the police" as Direct Energy does not have proper permits to go door to door.
However, I have never heard of someone needing such a permit in Ansonia. Has anyone had Direct Energy showing up at their door and do you know if such a permit is needed here?
3 VotesFix it! Voted!
19 Beverly Drive Ansonia, Connecticut
On any given day we witness racoons, skunks and possums coming out of the sewer drains on this street. Problem is, it's during the day. We also have witnessed them chasing a cat, before returning to the sewer. This is concerning as not only does each house have domestic pets, but there are also small children on this street as well. Help!!