Thanks for fixing this issue!
Be prepared for at least a month's wait.
Light is definitely out. Light is last one on NORTH bound Hermitage before you cross over I-95
Does it really take 25 comments to close this issue? Just saying...
This is a yard waste issue and should not be closed because a light bulb has been replaced. Probably on the wrong ticket.
Going on 6 weeks now. You're picking up pile from all around this location and can't make the effort to find the pile after missing it the first time?
PLEASE pick up the brush pile that is just before this house on the left!!! For some reason the driver couldn't find it before.
Seriously? Wrong address? You have the location marked on the map! Windsor is ONE BLOCK LONG. It's the first pile of yard debris you see when you turn onto the street. Did they even drive down the one block street? It took a month for this?
Again, before you close an issue you could at least explain your rationale- or provide your name so that others can look into this and...credit the right person.
These don't get closed until they have been looked into and a decision made, I believe.
Two weeks have passed and no pick up yet? Other neighbors have had their picked up in a week.
Is it possible to have this waste picked up before all the grass under the piles is dead? Thanks.
This has to be a record! Nice job, City of Richmond.
Going on two weeks now.
Fast response as the city dumped more asphalt in the hole yesterday. However, if it is indeed a sinkhole isn't the solution to dig it up and fill it from the bottom (dirt)? Just a thought.
There is so much sand on Westbrook you could open a playground. The sand acts as an abrasive when being ground under the tires of our vehicles and has completely worn away the stripes down near the Hermitage Road end.
Before you close this issue, do you think you could explain what was done or not done?
Having lived in Bellevue for many years, I can assure you I've never seen the city replace a tree unless it has to. Walk around the whole neighborhood and you'll see many examples of imperfect tree/sidewalk meetings. Though much of it is imperfect, I believe the vast majority of Bellevue folks would rather keep a healthy tree. As for comments, this is an open forum about common spaces that we all "own." While not always agreeing with one another, opinions are like rear ends- everyone has one. :-)