Deepening pothole in front of 120 Edwards Street. This is the third time since this winter that this spot has needed repair. Besides damaging cars, it is DANGEROUS when on a bicycle. Please repair soon!
How come this hasn't been removed by its owner?
Time for this to go!
My neighbor on Bishop St says this abandoned box blocks her line of sight when making the turn from Bishop onto Whitney.
Abandoned and ugly.
Another abandoned box cluttering up the sidewalk.
Time for these ugly boxes to go somewhere else!
Yet another abandoned newspaper box on State Street. Why can't these be removed? Abandoned cars are moved off the streets by the City, why not abandoned boxes off of sidewalks?
Another old Advocate box, cluttering up our sidewalks. Amazing that this one hasn't been tagged yet by our neighborhood graffiti prowlers, but it's still serving no purpose except to be ugly.
Another abandoned, ugly, graffiti covered, newspaper box. Residents aren't allowed to leave trash bins on the sidewalk; how come these newspaper boxes haven't been removed?
Abandoned Advocate newspaper box--unsightly sidewalk clutter. Why haven't these boxes been removed?
Another pothole has appeared in this intersection since the early spring patching efforts about a month ago.
This TV has been in front of 49 Edwards since the fall.
Advocate newspaper box is unused, broken; and now a receptacle for street litter. Can these be removed? They are really unsightly.
Abandoned bicycle--still locked to bike rack.
Zone 3 Residential Parking sign bent out into street. The metal base is twisted; looks like it may have been hit by a plow.
Zone 3 Residential Parking Zone sign knocked down. On ground in boulevard strip next to street near 228 Bishop.
Pretty good pothole that gets worse by the day.
A triple threat of potholes stretching across what looks like an old utility patch and making it impossible to miss for east bound traffic.