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No amount of engineering will overcome arrogance and stupidity. Did you get the license plate number? Call NHPD, make a complaint, and dog NHPD to at least give the owner (and presumably driver) a good talking to.
Issue Closed
2016-08-07
Closed
Issue Closed
2016-08-07
Closed
Comment
2016-08-06

I have found Public Works to be great at acknowledging and closing issues (presumably by office staff) but with incomplete or no implementation on the street. But with persistence on SeeClickFix you can (a) get issues resolved and (b) give Public Works the tools to manage better.

Keep it up, you guys. The photos are great, BTW.

See http://www.grandavenuessd.org/ for some not exactly current background. Email me at pdw265-GrandAve@yahoo.com for more info.
A special service district for Grand Avenue exists in Fair Haven. I serve on its board. I've long thought it should expand to include the Wooster Square portion and run from State Street to Quinnipiac Avenue. Let me know if there is interest.
One person's trash is another person's treasure.
Thanks for fixing this issue!
Comment
2016-02-25
Maybe we should do a Kickstarter campaign
Comment
2016-01-11
NHPD reports: LCI came and did a cleanup with the exception of the concrete pieces. Then someone came and dumped a ceramic toilet and some other things. Lighting is supposed to be on track in the next two weeks, using Light the Night flood lamps. We believe this will help along with increased patrols. If the lights fail to curtail that activity we may have to try to come up with a plan to stop the parking in the back row.
Issue Closed
2015-11-09
The issue has cleared for the cold water, but not for the hot. In the middle of running the bathtub water this morning to see if I could clear the hot water, a Regional Water Authority employee showed up! How's that for customer service! I am closing this issue. Thank you RWA for your responsiveness
Issue Reopened
2015-11-08
Sunday night. Water is still very brown. Reopening this issue.
I called the Regional Water Authority. They reported that the New Haven Fire Department was flushing the hydrants yesterday and that is what is causing the temporary discoloration.
Comment
2015-11-06
RWA reports that someone will go out and check. I asked if they could let me know what they determine. RWA says that department does not do that, but they MAY update SeeClickFix.
Comment
2015-11-06
Thank you. I am calling RWA as well.
City of New Haven - any progress here?
Best Seecluckfix.Ever.
Comment
2015-10-12
Update please, DPW? This is still unrepaired.
Issue Closed
2015-10-10
Thank you for the repair!