Thanks for fixing this issue!
Citizen did the right thing!
What was the result of the Health Department being notified?
This has been a regular problem in the lobby of this building for some time. It is often much worse on the weekends. Please let us know what you determine here. Thank you for pursuing.
It's helpful to have these pop up. Would be good to know the reason for the posting: leaf removal, construction, snow removal or ????
Need to do a caption contest on this photo!
If so, might need to up the penalty and/or enforcement.
I love this SCF hacking. Performance art in cyperspace. I think Ben should staple some InsideOut photos on Bill's artwork, then some Woodbridge kids can tag it and we can start a thread about destruction of art and graffiti.
I'm with cgull on this. Take the street. Occupy the lane. And watch out for other vehicles (and pedestrians) in the road. At least buses have predictable behavior, are big objects and drivers worry about losing their livelihood if the err. It's the 17 year old kids from Cheshire who blow through red lights and hit police cars (earlier this week on Temple and Elm) that I worry about!
By the way, I agree that overly broad rants without specific detail undermine the value of the SeeClickFix system - as do attacks on specific individuals.
If you don't mind the service charge, using the new pay by phone app (ParkMobile) emails you proof of payment including time and meter number. Not sure what the current adjudication system is for checking tickets, but seems like that would be pretty unimpeachable proof that one had paid at a meter.
Perhaps today's rain will help......
I believe this was completed
I find State Street to much friendlier for biking from East Rock to downtown than Orange. A couple of potholes, but other than that, it's hard to beat.
This is great. Thank you.
I work in this building. All I've seen is people waiting for the bus. Haven't seen anyone living here or using drugs.
I saw this the other day too. Thank you for reporting.
Question: I've been noticing A LOT of potholes. In years past, I seem to remember them get filled in the spring. Doesn't appear to be so this year. Could it be that Public Works ran out of funds - and are waiting until the new fiscal year (July 1)?
Do other people think there are an abnormally large number of unfilled potholes this year?
Until next episode...