roots messing up sidewalk
dropping acorns and limbs
The tree has been inspected and prioritized for action.
URBAN FORESTER City of New Haven assigned this issue to Trimming Priority 1
Removed to stump 8/8/13
Stump still remains
The issue has been evaluated and prioritized for action.
Sidewalk broken and cracked trip hazard
We've received your issue and will inspect it, weather permitting, as soon as we can. Thanks.
Department of Public Works assigned this issue to Permanent Repair Related To Major Project
Removed to stump 10/3/13
Parks Department assigned this issue to Stumps
Tree is on power line, under highway overpass.
Is the tree still on power lines or has UI taken care of situation?
The CT Department of transportation does not have a bike rack. There should be a least one to demonstrate that they value bikes as a transportation option.
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Amen! The DOT is eternally backwards, since they can't ask for huge chunks of the state budget to do environmentally friendly projects like bike racks. The Q-bridge? No problem!
My X has worked for the DOT for 25 years now. They are blind, deaf and dumb, not to put too fine a point on it. They are still pursuing an idiot plan for a busway on old railroad tracks from New Britain to Hartford, 2 cities which lack jobs to an extreme, while they REFUSE to add any of the metro north stock to go from New Haven to Hartford every day, even though 91 is a parking lot every day. It doesn't even have a diamond lane.
A great, small cost idea, and one in which they have assuredly no interest. The last time I visited the Taj Mahal (3 years ago) I don't think there was a bike rack, although a large number of employees work within biking distance, although my daughter tells me this has changed.
Biking is SUCH a valued means of transportation by SO many in New Haven (many of whom freely share their opinions here and a great many other locally read electronic publications) that CT Dept of Transportation hardly needs to push the idea. But still, a nice little idea.
Caller reports massive potholes on James Street, between Lombard and State Streets
Pothole patched and street assigned to "localized repair".
Department of Public Works assigned this issue to Localized Repair
URBAN FORESTER City of New Haven assigned this issue to Trimming Priority 2
URBAN FORESTER City of New Haven assigned this issue to Removal Priority 2
Overgrown ivy has made sidewalk impassable
We've received your issue and will inspect it when we can. Thanks.
Resident reports a deep, wide sinkhole at the intersection of Grand Avenue and Hamilton Street.
We've received your issue and will inspect it as soon as we can. Thanks.
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