42 Troutman St Brooklyn, NY 11206, USA
This building is boarded up and unoccupied. There is more and more illegal dumping happening in the front patio of this address every day. It is getting out of hand.
18 Morningside Ave New York, NY 10026, USA
This morning I was walking in the park, and I realize how durty the park was with all the trash spread all over the ground! It's a shame that people don't have more respect to the enviromnent where we are living!
Why are we allowing barbecuing knowing it will destroy the park and increase its budget to hire the personal to clean after. Will it be more intellignet to spend this money on re-planting where it needs?
But more importantly, I saw this morning empty bottles of liquor and plenty of empty cans of beers. I thought alchool was forbitten in the park? Why don't we re-inforce the rules in this park? I see police car and park official drinving by but none of them are saying anything. What's wrong with it? Are we in a no men law area? Last night i came back at 10:30pm at home, and there were right front of our building a group of barbercue lovers enjoying the evening with their music at lound. Again I though the park was closing after 10:00pm and also I though the loud speakers were forebiden.
I'm wondering what's coming next?
41 Astor Place New York, NY 10003, USA
Every time it rains, the sidewalk in front of Starbucks, to the left of the news stand kiosk and right in front of the downtown 6 station floods. That area has high foot traffic and is difficult to navigate around the flood without dangerously stepping into the road.
644 Ocean Pkwy Brooklyn, NY 11230, USA
One side of Ocean Parkway is supposed to be for bikes and the other for walking but because no one enforces this, bikes ride on both sides which constitutes a hazard for senior citizens who are out walking
Havemeyer Street At South 4th Street Brooklyn, NY 11213, USA
This intersection is dangerous to pedestrians and cyclists. No enforcement of vehicles' failure to yield to pedestrians. There are no crossing guards, elderly and children have to play chicken with cars and trucks in order to cross.
Roosevelt Island Tram
Another winter has gone by and the tram still has no cooling controls, nor do the tram stations, which now with the new imprisoning glass sarcophagus cook waiting passengers in the noon day sun.
- Acknowledged by: Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation of the State of New York
423 Broome Street Manhattan, New York, NY
For the whole two miles east from the Holland Tunnel all the way past Chrystie Street, traffic is three cars wide and the drivers block each grid throughout weekends, and THEY HONK CONTINUOUSLY.
Rarely traffic cops are assigned to direct the flow, though cops are sometimes observing cell phone use of drivers, they usually stay in the shade in a group of 4, or inside their cars parked on the sidestreet. The honking noise is horrible. There are DOT signs posted that there is a '$350 FINE FOR HONKING' , at Broadway and Broome, and two 'NO HONKING SIGNS" up Lafayette and Prince near the Fire Department, and why is a 'NO HONKING $350 FINE' sign posted on Thompson Street (West of West Broadway) a one-lane North-South street?! WHY don't they enforce the no honking and get those good fines?
5 VotesFix it! Voted!Newkirk Plaza New York, New York
Pigeons are not just roosting, but increasingly NESTING on the north side of both northbound and southbound subway platforms DIRECTLY OVER the waiting area, although the problem is FAR worse on the northbound platform.
The pigeon spikes that were put up long ago are in disrepair, the pigeon wire that had been up has for some reason been removed completely, and 'repairs' over the last year involved putting up sturdy NETTING (!) and wooden boards DIRECTLY over the platform that have become enormous pigeon NESTS.
Not surprisingly, the platform is COVERED with feces and has been for MONTHS.
The area was already a problem because of open roosting areas under the overpass (across the tracks from the waiting areas), which have always needed pigeon spikes, but the situation with the nests now over the tracks is now completely out of control.
This is all totally gross, a health hazard, and a falling poop hazard, especially for passengers who are exiting trains.
After months of a worsening condition the MTA has been completely unresponsive other than a letter acknowledging receipt of a complaint months ago (the platforms obviously haven't even been cleaned in months).
Is there another avenue to getting some action taken, and soon?
(Photo below shows netting, now covered in feces, where pigeons are nesting over the northbound platform)