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Issue Closed
10-22-2014

Contractor has reported that the defect is now repaired and the street light is working. If this is not the case you are welcome to reenter the call referencing the above work order, describing the trouble in detail

This issue was forwarded to the NYPD 70th Precinct & enforcement was requested at this location (as of 5-19-2014).

This location (Avenue O from Coney Island Avenue to Dahill Road) is located within Brooklyn Community Board 12. Please contact the CB12 District Office with your suggestion. Contact information has been provided below. Thank you.

Brooklyn Community Board 12
5910 Thirteenth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11219
Telephone: 718-851-0800
Email: bkcb12@gmail.com

Thank you for posting this helpful information JB!

Note from NYC DSNY: "The Department of Sanitation has inspected the vacant lot and it will be processed for cleaning." DSNY's Vacant Lot Cleaning Unit did not provide a date for the scheduled cleaning but did confirm that the location is on their list. Thank you for your updates.

Comment
10-14-2014

Thank you for contacting Community Board 14. Please report all the issues you have by calling 311 as Housing Preservation and Development related complaints. You could also contact the office of Brooklyn Housing & Family Services located at 415 Albemarle Road - 718-435-7585.

Thank you for contacting Community Board 14 office. Please be advised that this location is included in our FY 2016 Budget Priorities for Economic Development: Request to develop landmarked property at 2274-2286 Church Avenue/Bedford Avenue (f.k.a. P.S. 90). Budget Priorities are posted on our website at www.cb14brooklyn.com.

Please call 3-1-1 and file a specific traffic safety request with the agent. Post the Service Request Number (311 Tracking #) on this page. Community Board 14 will follow up on the request with the appropriate agency.

Thank you for contacting Brooklyn Community Board 14. Please be advised that DSNY places public receptacles in commercial areas only. Building managements and homeowners are responsible for keeping sidewalks and 18" from the curb into the street clean. If you observe any violations of this rule, please report it to 311 and forward the service request number to our office.

Thank you for reporting this issue. There is a new owner of this property as of September of this year. We'll request a person in charge to maintain it. We'll also report it to DSNY. Any updated information will be posted.

The MTA Transit Authority has responded to this request with the following information: "The branches that were on or touching the roof of the garage at this location have all been removed, and there’s no threat to the cables in the area." Thank you.

The inferred request for additional service on Sunday will be forwarded to FDC. Requests for additional baskets at locations on Foster will be reviewed with the Department of Sanitation.

We've requested an update on this issue. It'll be posted upon receiving. Thank you.

From DOT: "If there is an on-going problem of vehicles speeding in your neighborhood, please contact the local precinct." NYPD 70th Precinct can be contacted at 718-851-5511 or by calling 9-1-1.

CB 14 has forwarded this issue to the organizations who manage the program (Project Sweep) responsible for the baskets on the Plaza. Sanitation is responsible for picking up from the corner but not from the Plaza. Please be advised that Project Sweep does not work on Sundays. They are on the Plaza from Monday-Saturday. Will forward to the appropriate organizations again. Will request additional street baskets near the bus stop. Thank you for your communication.

The Department of Transportation (DOT) has informed the Community Board office of their denial of this signage change request. CB14 received this statement from DOT: "This is in response to your July 14, 2014 e-mail regarding your request for a change to the existing "No Parking Anytime" signage to "No Standing Anytime" signage in front of 706 Westminster Road, Brooklyn. The Borough Engineering Office completed a field investigation involving land use and traffic conditions at the above location. As a result of their investigation, it was determined that the curb space at this location is regulated by an existing fire hydrant. Therefore, we do not contemplate any changes at this time."

Community Board 14 will be able to request another study at this location once 18 months have passed (February 2016.) Until then, please continue to call 311 to report any illegally parked cars, litter or other complaints resulting from cars parking at the location. This will assist DOT's decision if you choose to request another study of the issue in 18 months.

DOT provided Work Order # 3305332 for this job. Please post here or close this issue once the light has been repaired. Thank you.

Please call the Community Board 14 District Office at 718-859-6357 with 311 Service Request Numbers for noise complaints you have filed regarding this location, email them to info@cb14brooklyn.com or post them here. We will follow up on complaints with the 70th Precinct. Thank you.

Please call the Community Board 14 District Office at 718-859-6357 with 311 Service Request Numbers for noise complaints you have filed regarding this location, email them to info@cb14brooklyn.com or post them here. We will follow up on complaints with the 70th Precinct. Thank you.

Community Board 14 received this response today from the Department of Transportation regarding the request for a reduced speed limit on Campus Road.
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From DOT: "We apologize for the delay in responding to your April 11, 2014 e-mail regarding your request for a reduced speed limit on Campus Road between East 21st and East 23rd Streets, Brooklyn. Governor Cuomo recently signed legislation that will reduce the speed limit on most city streets to 25 miles per hour. Passage of this legislation was a major component of Mayor de Blasio’s Vision Zero plan, a commitment to improve street safety in every neighborhood and in every borough – with expanded enforcement, new street designs and configurations, public education communications and a legislative agenda to increase penalties for dangerous drivers. The 25 mph legislation takes effect in mid-November. The Vision Zero Action Plan is available on the nyc.gov web site at www.nyc.gov/VisionZero. The NYC Department of Transportation (DOT) and the New York City Police Department (NYPD) are collaborating in efforts to accomplish the goals identified in Mayor de Blasio’s Vision Zero plan. If speeding persists once this bill passes, police officers and traffic enforcement agents should issue summonses to any vehicles found to be in violation of traffic regulations. If there is an on-going problem of vehicles speeding in your neighborhood, please contact the local precinct. Contact information is available on the NYPD web site at http://www.nyc.gov/html/nypd/html/ home/contact_information.shtml. Thank you for your interest in traffic safety in New York City."

New York City Department of Transportation
Office of the Brooklyn Borough Commissioner
Customer Service Division
www.nyc.gov/dot