801 Coggin Pass madison, tennessee Davadison
At 801 coggin pass there is a big tree with limbs hagging over our power lines at 805 coggin pass N.E.S painted green spraypaint on the tree which means they are going to cut the limbs it was painted to be cut abought a year now. In july we had a big limb pull our powerline from our house and it cost us $4.00,00 and there are still big limb not cut. Can you get them out before it cost us again? Thanks, Tommy
Apache Lane And East Cedar Madison, Tennessee
Vegetation near stop sign on Apache Lane obstructs view when crossing East Cedar.
1205-1209 Berwick Trail Madison, TN 37115, USA
Homes between Berwick Trail & Peeler Trail and River Pass & Evergreen were submerged during the flood. Families may need assistance with demolition, repairs, shelter, food and water.
1400 Apache Ln Madison, TN 37115, USA
This intersection is dangerous. Vegitation on the Southeast side of the E Cedarlane makes it very dangerous. You have to pull out in to the intersection to see if anyone is coming. Please make this a four way stop or have the vegitation removed.
1664 Cumberland Station Blvd Madison, TN
This resident has several black plastic trash bags piled in the back yard next to the house up past the tops of the windows. They have been there for several weeks because the resident refuses to pay for trash pickup. I'm concerned this will attract rats and vermin to my property.
1325 Neely'S Bend Road Madison, TN
House is vacant and quite an eyesore for the neighborhood.
485 Canton Pass MADISON, TN 37115
Public works has always cleaned debris from the culvert in front of my property annually up until about 3 years ago. I have made numerous calls and I am told over and over again, it will be about 4-6 weeks and no one ever comes. Was also told that culvert was unstable and in poor repair and needed to be upgraded. They said they could not even clean it because it was part of the Mayor Dean neighborhood project. Area streets were paved during the project but still no work to storm drain. Because of all of the debris and instability of the drain, it was a contributory factor during the May flood. Now every time there is a hard rain it overflows into the street and front yard.
Please notice the exposed iron rods on both sides of the drainage ditch. The stabilizing bars were either damaged or washed away by the May flood exposing only the iron rods. I have drove up to find kids playing in the ditch. I am very concerned that someone's child could fall on these iron stakes that are exposed and sustain an injury.