Thanks for reporting this. I understand that this is the result of a large garbage truck attempting to turn around on Mill Trace. Is that correct? We will have someone look into it and see what we can do.
I apologize, MM. We will check back into this one and let you know.
Our crew should have repaired this issue on 12/27/2012. Let us know if you are still having issues
We replaced the faded signs with new signs that have a greater reflectivity and therefore, a greater chance of being seen. Please let us know if you still experience issues with this location.
On 12/13/2013 we replaced the faded Stop and Stop Ahead signs. This should alleviate some of the issues reported. Let us know if there are further questions or concerns.
This sign has been replaced. Let us know if you have any further questions or concerns.
This was replaced on 12/17/2012. Let us know if there are any further questions or concerns.
This area has been approved for repaving in 2013. The repaving will repair the "buckled" asphalt.
The contractor has been instructed to clean up the debris as part of the final inspection for the project.
Thank you for the thoughtful suggestion. There really isn't enough room to add more than about one car length to the turn lanes without moving curbs. We will consider making the change when the road is repaved as it is very inexpensive to do so at that time. The city is also currently working on a signal retiming project for Tilly Mill and an intersection improvement at Tilly Mill and North Peachtree that will help improve traffic flow in the area.
Georgetown Square is a private street and the City has no liability. Have you tried contacting the property owner or HOA?
We are working with DeKalb on finding out who owns these plates. Thanks for reporting this to us. We will get it taken care of as soon as we can.
I have sent this to our crew to check on. I'll update later this afternoon with what they find.
Reporting it here is just fine. I've forwarded the request onto Georgia Power and they give a repair time of 3-5 business days weather permitting. Let us know if it is still out beyond that repair time.
We are currently working on installing pedestrian crossings at this intersection. We hope to begin work in the next few weeks.
This is on our work order list already. We will have it repaired shortly.