11 VotesFix it! Voted!Torrington CT 06790, USA
Large group of homeless people's tents/etc behind the Warrenton Mills & KMart. Using Warrenton Mills (private) parking lot as walk through. Picking through trash/recycing containers. Campfire smoke filling the complex - fire risk for surrounding forest and condo residents. Intimidating residents walking their dogs. From what I've heard, it has been an issue for a few years without anything done about it.
142 Cedar Lane Torrington, Connecticut
Jack McKeon, 142 Cedar Lane, Torrington. Ct. 06790 (860) 480-4439 We have lived on Cedar Lane for 33 years, and speeding on this narrow road, which is used by many people, to bypass Rt202 & RT 183 Intersection, by traveling, North West,on Cedar Lane from, Rt 202 to Rt 183 and then unto Greenwoods Avenue, to Rt 8, and/or Pinewoods Road to the industrial Park,Old Rt 8, and/or Burr Pond & Lakeridge. About 15 years ago, my neighbors, and I petitioned The Torrington City Council, and the Board of Public Safety to enforce the 25 M.P.H. speed limit on Cedar Lane, and to post signage of that speed limit. Over the past 15 years, there has been little, or no enforcement, of this speed limit, to the detriment of myself, my family, and my neighbors on Cedar Lane and Colin Drive's safety I respectfully request that some effort be made to enforce the 25M.P.H. speed limit and to replace/enhance the speed limit signage. Thanks you for your consideration and cooperation. Best Wishes Jack McKeon
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Highland St Holley Place, Torrington, Connecticut
Two days in a row drivers have sped up Holley Place from Highland in the wrong direction. One was a white can and the other a quad. Each almost crashed with a vehicle heading in the RIGHT direction.
The road either needs new DO NOT ENTER signs or perhaps DO NOT ENTER painted at end of HOLLEY PLACE with reflective paint.
142 Cedar Lane Torrington, Connecticut
Continual Barking Dogs:
Many evenings we are disturbed by barking dogs that cause other dogs to bark. The problem usually occurs between 9 P.M. and 10 P.M.; 11:00 Pm to 12:00 A.M and 5;00 A.M. and 6:00 A.M. behind my home (142 Cedar Lane). The dogs are either unattended or given the hours mentioned, they are "URGING" their owners to take them out to do their business. I have been a dog owner, breeder, handler, and have shown our dogs norwegianelkhounds) up and down the East Coast. I have live here for 33 years and I'm confident that my dogs where well trained and maintained to not be a nuisance to my neighbors. I would appreciate the same courtesy from my neighbors at Torringford Farms. Thank You for your consideration and cooperation. Best wishes Jack McKeon
Margerie Street Torrington, CT
The speed limit on this street is 25 mph. It has become a cut through and no one is even close to this speed. Police need to station this road.
This road is crumbling into pea sized rocks. Where is the town plan??? Mill rate going up and the focus is on sidewalk repair?
8 VotesFix it! Voted!142 Cedar Lane Torrington Ct. 96790
Raised pavement and potholes at end of driveway at 146 Cedar Lane and other areas of Cedar lane. The surface has been filled many fimes but potholes reapear.
I think some areas need to be dug up. When road was resurfaced years ago unstable areas were just paved over.
The side of road where open trenches to collect water run-off from adjacent properties and storm water.
I have lived on Cedar Lane for 27 years and these are the worst conditions ever.
Take a ride down Cedar Lane and experience the road conditions for yourself
Thanks for your consideration and cooperation
Major Besse Dr Torrington, Connecticut
Trash around the school grounds and Besse Pond area is horrible ! " Raider Pride" certainly does not extend to their school grounds or the surrounding area.
This is what visitors see first when coming here for sports and other activities. How embarrassing!!!!!!
Clean it up students, and keep it that way!