A complaint has been filed regarding graffiti at 1274 Flatbush Avenue. To request the status of this complaint, please refer to Service Request Number #G142440. Please provide an update here if the graffiti is removed. Thank you.
Please report any future issues such as this one to 3-1-1 at the time of the incident. Provide the Community Board 14 office with the service request number as soon as possible following the incident so that we can follow up with the appropriate agency. Thank you.
Your complaint has been forwarded to the Sanitation Enforcement Department. Please keep us updated on the condition reported. Thank you.
Community Board 14 has contacted MTA New York City Transit asking for a permanent solution of this issue.
As it was mentioned in the post dated 5/26/12, please contact Community Board 12 to get this issued addressed. Thank you.
Thank you for reporting this issue. We contacted the maintenance department of the nursing home to address the seriousness of the situation asking them to look into it. Please keep our office informed if such condition will be observed in a future.
NYPD have notified our office that this vehicle is expected to be towed tomorrow. Thank you.
Thank you for reporting this issue to Community Board. It will be forwarded to NYPD for further action. Please keep us informed of any changes.
Please report this condition to the City by calling 3-1-1. Post the Service Request Number they give you on this page and the Community Board office will follow up on your behalf with the Department of Buildings.
Please view this link for Sanitation regulations:
Thank you for contacting Community Board 15. Please specify if this pothole in font or across from the address. Also is it in the parking of driving lane.
Thank you for contacting Community Board 14. The maintenance department of the nursing home will rearrange the delivery schedule with the company mentioned in your complaint. Please keep us informed on this issue.
Please be advised that accordingly the Department of Sanitation regulations, it is a responsibility of a homeowner to keep clean 18" from the curb into the street. Thank you.
Thank you for your postings. The MTA will look into it ASAP.
The MTA reported that 100 feet of "pigeon deterrent" (a.k.a. metal spikes) was installed at Newkirk Plaza this week. Please post if you do not see improvements following this effort.
Brooklyn Community Board 14
Community Board 14 forwarded this to the MTA with a request for immediate servicing. MTA said they would send a station cleaning crew asap and will report back with information about additional measures that will be taken. Please continue to update us if the situation does or does not improve.
Thank you for contacting Community Board 14. We reported the condition described to the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Complaints of this type usually result in an inspection. A status update will be available in 30 days.
Please indicate the location: either north or south side of Avenue H. Thank you.
Thank you for contacting Community Board 14. Your complaint has been forwarded to the Sanitation Enforcement Division of the NYC Sanitation Department.
We will forward your complaint to BK 14 sanitation garage, but please be advised that homeowners are responsible for cleaning 18" from the curb into the street whether it snow, leaves or just garbage. Thank you.