2114 Glenwood Rd Brooklyn, NY 11210, USA
The driveway and portion of the front lawn were completed with pavers. Vehicles are parked on the lawn area leaving the driveway unused. No action has been taken to my knowledge concerning this violation of code.
2114 Glenwood, between 21st and 22nd Streets, south side, appears to be in the process of creating a concrete pad in the front lawn off the driveway.
There is an existing driveway running to the back of the house.
West Road New York, NY 10044, USA
Exits blocked or not working creating a safety hazard.
- Acknowledged by: Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation of the State of New York
116 Hudson St New York, NY 10013, USA
Bubby's constantly leaves a foul-smelling mess of wet trash along N Moore St. Other restaurants manage to clean up after themselves but Bubbys again leaves the stink of trash and debris. It is a health hazard
8th And Jane St.
bike lane frequently blocked.
159th St Queens, NY 11433, USA
159th Street between Meyer ave and 111th ave needs to be repaired. The street is uneven causing flooding when it rains. I have notified the city since I moved here 6 years ago, nothing has ever been done.
643 W. 172nd St. New York, NY
New York is drenched in unnecessary honking, but in Washington Heights the problem is simply unbearable. Since the neighborhood is served by very few yellow cabs, hundreds of gypsy cabs ply the streets and honk whenever they see someone standing on the sidewalk to get their attention. This is a poor business practice and a non-stop, round-the-clock source of noise that seems to penetrate into every apartment in the neighborhood.
Aside from gypsy cabs, many motorists in the neighborhood are in the habit of pulling up outside someone's apartment and using their car horn as a doorbell. This is gratuitous and very unfair. There is no need to announce your arrival to every single person on the street and bludgeon their ears with your car horn. Traffic citations should be issued for this practice.
The third vector of the honking plague is simply motorist anger, aggression, and impatience. Hesitating for more than a nanosecond at a green light, attempting to change lanes, double parking for 2 seconds to drop someone off, etc., etc., are all occasion for you, and everyone within earshot, to endure a vicious aural assault. This of course happens throughout the city, but in a honking hotspot like Washington Heights, it really adds insult to injury.
Excessive noise is more than a nuisance, particularly when it drifts in through windows and walls into your home. It has been associated with increased blood pressure, difficulty focusing on and completing tasks, and a sense of hopelessness. To say nothing of its effect on sleep. According to the NY Times, the city has anti honking ordinance, but it is not enforced:
In tonier neighborhoods, there are signs warning of fines for unlawful honking. I'm not implying that these signs are actually observed, but at least they have some sort of calming effect in nice neighborhoods. But in poor areas like Washington Heights, already under stress from a host of other social problems, unmitigated honking has reached an absolutely intolerable level.
Cynics will scoff at any serious effort to curb honking in NY City. Others will even embrace honking as an indelible part of NY's distinctive urban fabric. I disagree. I think honking can and should be muzzled. I consider it a public health issue, not merely a quality of life issue. If you agree that a campaign should be waged against honking, vote for this issue on SCF.
Speaking more generally, if NY City wants to take itself seriously as a pedestrian and transit-oriented town, instead of continuing to kowtow to the automobile, then motorists need to know that if they're driving through the city they need to treat it with respect (this also applies to the reckless speeding and maneuvering that is pandemic in NYC).
62-65 Saunders St Queens, NY 11374, USA
This apartment has little to no heat. Sometimes even when temperature gets below the lawful mark, there's still no heat. I've called 311 couple of times but no action was taken.
Even spoken to the management of the building but nothing was done. Many old folks live in this building and this is a terrible condition for them. Pls help.
510 80th St Brooklyn, NY 11209, USA
No heat has been provided at all since the weather has started getting cooler. The landlord owns the restaurant, Mussels and More, on the ground floor. He keeps it immaculate. Meanwhile, the tenants inside the upper apartments are left freezing and living in apartments that are drafty, falling apart and leaking every time it rains. No attention is ever given to the comfort of the tenants.
1234 Saint Johns Place brooklyn, new york
The post office at 11213 has been mishandling customers for years, the public here does not believe the government even cares and therefore there is no outcry! Stop the long lines, make a package drop off so u don't have to wait a hour to drop off a pre posted package. Get more competent staff!
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