Issues: blighted property
18 VotesFix it! Voted!Chapel St New Haven, CT 06511
How about the stretch on Chapel b/w East Street and James? This is a major entrance to Fair Haven and it looks like a war zone. Sidewalks are dangerous. Weeds are everywhere. The trees are dead. Graffiti. Garbage everywhere. This is a vital stretch that links downtown to Fair Haven and it screams "poverty" "danger" "crime" "neglect" - messages that New Haven needs to work against. Is there something creative that could be done in this stretch? For example, trees simply don't survive - probably b/c of the huge salt piles leaking residue into the soil. Maybe, artistic metal trees in different colors could be created by local artists and "planted" along a stretch with new sidewalks and new fencing.
Humphrey St New Haven, CT
There is a couch, an office chair and a rolled up rug / carpet remnant that has been dumped on Humphrey just west of the train tunnel entrance. It's on the south side of Humphrey. DPW, please pickup when you can. Thank you.
tags: trash, dumping, bulk trash, blight