491 Ella T. Grasso Blvd New Haven, Connecticut - Hill
A deer carcass is partially blocking a lane on the Boulevard, near the intersection of Adeline Street.
375 Greenwich Ave. New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
A large branch was knocked down by a truck a week ago, then moved to the tree strip.
Now ADDITIONAL branches, etc. have been added, creating a huge pile that threatens to cover the corner fire hydrant.
Needs to be removed ASAP
333 Howard Ave. New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
A pile of furniture has been dumped on the tree strip @ 333 Howard, corner of 1st St.
375 Greenwich Ave. New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
A truck knocked a large branch off a tree and into the street at the corner of Greenwich Ave. & Second Street. It has been removed from the street, cut up and placed in a pile on the curb strip in front of 375 Greenwich Ave. City needs to remove this.
98 Second St New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
Driveway apron on Second Street SIDE of 370 Greenwich Ave, i.e. in the Second Street dead-end, has been lifted by the roots of a street-tree. Resident seriously damaged her car the first time she used the driveway. It also is a tripping hazard.
91 Fourth Street New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
And YOU can help make it happen.
Come to our first Greenspace Planting of the Season! On Fourth Street, between Greenwich Ave. and Howard Ave., this Thursday, June 4 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM.
Meet your neighbors and help us continue to transform our neighborhood into one of the most beautiful areas in New Haven. Then enjoy free Ice Pops—for everyone who helps.
“The better you know your neighbors, the safer
your neighborhood becomes.”
Note: We DO plant in the rain, but NOT during thunder storms, to ensure safety.
*To see photo albums of our planting sessions from LAST year go to http://seeclickfix.com/issues/1100813 and scroll down for links of Each Week.
>(Note that THIS year we meet on THURSDAYS./Este año nos reunimos los jueves.)
El Programa de Greenspace en tu vecindario: ¡Venga a nuestra primera plantación de la temporada! en Fourth Street entre Howard y Greenwich Ave, el jueves, 4 de junio, 6 PM-7:30 PM. Conozca a sus vecinos y ayúdanos a crear una de las más bellas zonas de New Haven. Habrá Ice Pops gratis—para todos los que ayudan.
“Cuanto más conoces a tus vecinos, tu vecindario más seguro se convierte.”
Atención: Plantamos en la lluvia, pero NO trabajamos en las tormentas eléctricas, por nuestra seguridad.
~~~Chris Schaefer, Your Neighborhood Master Gardener/
el jardinero maestro de tu vecindario
***Plants are provided for FREE by Yale’s Urban Resources Initiative Greenspace program. For more info about this program go to http://www.environment.yale.edu/uri/programs/community-greenspace/
72 4th Street New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
There is a nearly-dead Norway Maple in front of 72-74 Fourth Street. Resident-homeowner fears that this tree will fall on her home if it remains for another winter and/or hurricane season. (Hurricane season begins in June and typically revs up in August, so it would be great to get this removed ASAP. Thanks.)
Great Job!: Second Street Dead-end; Street Sweeping Acknowledged90 Second Street New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
Driver of sweeper number 131 just did a great job of the Second Street dead-end (behind Betsy Ross School). That area was not well-designed for street sweepers when the dead-end was created to build the school c. 15 years ago. So thanks for taking the extra time to get in there and clean up the mess.
287 Hallock Avenue New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
2 computer monitors, rags, etc. dumped on sidewalk along RR wall on Hallock AVENUE, between First Street and Lamberton Street
Buildings left front soffit return (the overhang at top of left front corner of building, near roof) is in immediate danger of collapsing, due to repeated, shoddy repairs.
If it falls, it will land on the public sidewalk in front of the building.
And if someone is standing there when it falls, they will be injured—or killed.
Photo here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10206666019112779.1073741870.1342249996&type=1&l=53ddbdfbae
(Album also includes photos and descriptions of numerous other safety hazards concerning this building.)
Building’s owner is Kirsten C. Hopes McFadden who lives at 67 Culver Lane, North Haven, CT 06473 and who is employed by the City of New Haven at a New Haven Public high school.
Building’s pipes burst last February.
Owner Kirsten C. Hopes McFadden who lives at 67 Culver Lane, North Haven, CT 06473 and who is employed by the City of New Haven at a New Haven Public high school, had pipes fixed and walls temporarily patched.
However, with warmer weather mold INSIDE walls and INSIDE ceilings is increasingly visible and has resulted in tenants moving out due to mold-related illness.
Inspector from Health Dept. needs to inspect this building ASAP before landlord is permitted to rent 2nd floor apartment to any new tenant. Photos and detailed descriptions here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10206666019112779.1073741870.1342249996&type=1&l=53ddbdfbae
(Photo album shows not only the mold problem, but also numerous code violations and safety hazards.)
This dangerous, uninhabitable building at the corner of Second Street and Greenwich Ave is owned by
Kirsten C. Hopes McFadden who lives at 67 Culver Lane, North Haven, CT 06473 and who is employed by the City of New Haven at a New Haven Public high school.
In JUNE 2014 this owner was issued an order by LCI [Livable City Initiative] to make numerous repairs, after the 2nd floor tenant took the owner to Housing Court, due to owner’s persistent refusal to make repairs. Consequently, temporary repairs were made to the 2nd floor apartment; painting of the exterior was begun—but never completed.
THEN in Feb. 2015 the heating system failed, causing pipes to burst throughout the building. LCI issued another inspection report dated 02/23/2015 (Case # C-15-3774 ) which ordered numerous interior repairs
—NONE of which have been made, except the order to repair the heating system and leaking pipes.
Photos and DETAILED descriptions of just SOME of the NUMEROUS code violations, health and safety hazards inside AND outside this building can be seen here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10206666019112779.1073741870.1342249996&type=1&l=53ddbdfbae
96 1st Street New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
A sofa and chair have been placed on the sidewalk in front of the Galvin Park sign on First Street, near Greenwich Ave.
314 Howard Ave. New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
A sofa has been sitting on the curb-strip in front of 314 Howard Ave for several days. (Was placed there by tenants of 314.)
417 Greenwich Ave. New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
A bulk pile of furniture, garbage, etc. has been sitting in front of 417 Greenwich Ave. for over a week. Either the owner has not obtained a bulk pile permit or perhaps DID pay for such but put the mess out more than 24 hours before scheduled pickup.
177 Hallock Avenue New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
Large pile of tires dumped on tree strip, Hallock AVENUE @ Third Street.
(This is a VERY popular spot for illegal dumping. How about putting a surveillance camera here? It soon would pay for itself with the fines and seized vehicles.)
270 Hallock Avenue New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
Mattresses dumped at intersection of First St. & Hallock AVENUE
85 First St. New Haven, Connecticut 06519 - City Point
Illegal Dumping: Mattress On 1st St @ Greenwich Ave