168 Beacon Avenue New Haven, Connecticut
The back yard of this property desperately needs to be cleaned up. There are fallen trees, remnants of a pool, over grown grass and has become dumping ground. There is also the potential to have unwelcome critters living back there. Recently, there have been many dead birds in our yard. We maintain our property and do not want to have this as our view from our background.
9 VotesFix it! Voted!819 Chapel St New Haven, Connecticut
This garbage has been here for 3 days. This is the norm for Pike who lets their trash blow all over the neighborhood for days. The city needs to crack down on this.
4 VotesFix it! Voted!East Rock New Haven, Connecticut
Not sure if its dumping or what but there is a odd trail of chalk like substance from the ice rink in to the mill river area. Maybe this is ok? It would be good to confirm it is nothing harmful to the environment.
560-578 Valley Street New Haven, Connecticut
The Housing Authority's privately contracted landscapers continue to blow ENORMOUS AMOUNTS OF TRASH & DEBRIS INTO THE ENTIRE LENGTH OF VALLEY STREET. Going on SEVERAL YEARS NOW ! No one from the Housing Authority is addressing this issue- phone calls are not returned from the Director's Office. A simple conversation should rectify this matter, but doing nothing is trashing the neighborhood and causing extra expenses for additional street sweeping.
5 VotesFix it! Voted!999 State Street New Haven, Connecticut
Another old Advocate box, cluttering up our sidewalks. Amazing that this one hasn't been tagged yet by our neighborhood graffiti prowlers, but it's still serving no purpose except to be ugly.
200 Derby Avenue New Haven, Connecticut
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