This debris is not residential debris. In the past bulk pickup has refused to pick up trash.debris from commercial property. In fact they will not even enter private property to remove said trash/debris. So we have a catch 22 situation. The simple solution is to make the property owner remove the debris as they own the property and they allowed the debris to accumulate. You folks at Click Fix need to think outside the box sometimes. In the mean time the debris has been there almost a month.
Bulk pick up is fine if you tell your workers to enter the property.
The attached picture was taken on January 24, 2014. It shows one mattress and several pieces of plywood. These are items left behind when a previously reported dumpster was taken away. I know a representative of the property owner knows about this because I was present when the inspector told him to move it.
I would appreciate prompt action on the removal of the stuff by the property owner. I get tired of looking at it everyday day for over two weeks. I would have removed it but I have noting that large to haul it away.
The address is 2620 W. Grace St. 23220.
The items were originally put there by a rent on the 2700 block of West Grace. They were moved to the Broad Street side of the alley to allow for safe traffic passage. The property owners on Broad Street had nothing to do with this. Either way it was still trash and needed to be removed. It was removed the a.m. by a bulk collection crew.
Sometimes I think you folks need to think outside the box and realize that you need to do the right thing.