Reported 91 days ago, not yet acknowledged. Olive St corner still dark.
This is true of all the bridges into Wooster Square: at Court, Grand, and Grove as well. It seems no one has shoveled any of the pedestrian walkways over the bridges this year, and attention to all would be much appreciated!
That would be great, thanks Doug!! There are no trash bins here so I don't know how or why trash bags are ending up over the fence. Might take a look at whose forms those belong to as well, to learn the sources of the trash while we're trying to discover who is responsible for cleaning it up...
I noticed just the other day that new trash has gotten scattered through here- looks like pink/white/yellow forms (blank, not used). Here's hoping a solution to this can be found as citizens work hard on solutions to brighten up the walk from the train station!
Someone has worked hard to remove all the leaves on both sides of the ramp entering this walkway to make drainage clear again. Thanks!
Discovered the problem: huge piles of leaves are blocking the drain. Who is responsible for maintaining pedestrian safety this winter here? The leaves have got to be removed!
Photo of light location
Thanks for fixing this issue!
If you have not already done so, please call this in to the Police Non-Emergency number to see if they can get someone on this tonight: (203) 946-6316. Thanks for spotting and reporting this!
I agree that it's not as raised as I thought it would be, but I think it's also not complete yet... there should be flashing lights coming soon, can TT&P confirm?
Found this on the Regional Water Authority page. It says residents "may wish to use bottled water".
Same experience on Court St this morning, but it started turning brown a little earlier, around 8am. It was clear earlier around 7am. What has changed?
Work has started on the raised crosswalk at Whitney and Audubon! We can close these issues in celebration when the new crosswalk is open, which will take most of the summer according to Transportation, Traffic and Parking Director Doug Hausladen.
Seems to be getting better after a call to the Postmaster. It can be re-opened if others continue to have problems.
Police investigated. This is most likely a faulty alarm in an unoccupied building.
Looks like it's coming from the back of 97 Olive. An officer just arrived to check it out.