Sewage entering the LongIsland Sound
Reported from my mobile device
Less than 500 feet off the shores of Rye, New York, primitive seasonal cottages dot idyllic Hen Island. Owned and operated by Kuder Island Colony Inc, the summer residents of Hen Island still rely on 12th Century methods of collecting and storing untreated mosquito breeding rainwater for domestic use and disposal of their effluent waste into un-permitted sewage pits. These sewage pits are located mere feet from the shoreline of the environmentally sensitive Long Island Sound.
The City of Rye is finally engaged and involved in addressing these long neglected issues. Let's hope for a resolution in the near future.
The City still has not issue violations on these long standing issues.
Massive pothole in the left lane. Split my tire.
series of major potholes in the middle lane. Have to swerve to avoid them.
this street is in the middle of downtown rye, and is in disgraceful condition. It needs to be completely repaved, as it is passed the point of being patched.
sereis of deep large pot holes
This road is a disgrace. For the taxes Westchester citizens pay, they should not have to put up with roads like this.
Fix it and fix it soon.
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