64 Harvest Street Boston, Massachusetts
Four paper bags and two branch bundles were placed on the curb the night prior to trash and recycling pickup, along with the trash and recycling. At the end of the day, the yard waste alone remained.
Mcconnell Park Barrels Boston MA 02125, USA
Savin Hill Beach/ McConnell Park barrels
The barrels need to returned to the Savin Hill Beach. ASAP. There is only one barrel near the tot lot and this is at the entrance of the Dorchester Yacht Club. Today that barrel was empty sitting in the middle of the grass no where near the walkway. This barrel has been impossible to get with the snow and now with the wet weather the area is a mud hole.
Next to the main path, which leads to the beach from the parking lot, there is pile of dog waste, trash, bottles, underwear, condoms etc. See Photo. This spot usually has a barrel there during the summer. In case the DCR isn’t aware and as it says on the DCR web site, the walkway is open year round, dusk to dawn, A lot of money has been invested to restore the area so let’s try to take care of it.
2 VotesFix it! Voted!1-3 Everett Ave boston, MA
The entire block from the intersection of Everett Ave to the private road (Stoughton Place?) consists of two empty lots - 1 Everett Ave and 3 Everett Ave. They are fenced in are rarely maintained. Currently overgrown with weeds that extend out into the sidewalk area. Also trash in the lot including a mattress.
744-748 Dudley Street Boston, MA
This small section of Dudley St is in desperate need of a trash barrel. The newly planted tree used to have a Tree Gator which residents used as a trash barrel. This indicates that residents would use a trash barrell if it were located here. PLEASE put a trash barrel to help out the Upham's Corner business district.
746 Dudley St dorchester, MA
People walking by the tree gator bag around the tree in front of the New Garden restaurant at 746 Dudley St was used it like a trash can for a long time until someone unzipped. Now it is serving no purpose and the whole thing looks really neglected. Could we please remove the bag and use it for a different tree rather than buying a new bag?