Lowell Ridge Rd Raleigh, NC - Raleigh Council District B
All of the entrances to Brighton subdivision have street signs that say "Illegally parked and unauthorized vehicles will be towed..." Also all of the stop signs have small signs affixed to the saying "no parking". These signs have been put there by the HOA. The streets in Brighton subdivision are not private streets so the HOA has no authority to put up or enforce any parking restrictions on what are city streets. Please have the HOA remove all such signs They do not have the authority to put them up and they do not have the authority to enforce them.
900 Block Of Lorimer Rd. - Five Points
Homeless man possibly living in woods at the end of 900 block of Lorimer Rd. My husband has noticed trash and back pack and a guy sleeping in a sleeping bag. Appears he is dumping trash there. The road is a dead end and the guy is in the woods, You have to walk in to see him.
1605 Fairview Rd Raleigh, NC 27608, USA - Five Points
Cars travel at a very high rate of speed at all times NB & SB on Fairview Ave, from Glenwood Ave. to Bickett Ave.
During school times (AM & PM) we are in need of speed limit enforcement at a minimum.
I recommend lowering speed limits at all times to 25 MPH... 15 during school commute.
Signage & Radius should be expanded.
This is a tragedy waiting to happen.
104 Duncan Street Raleigh, North Carolina - Five Points
There appears to be some sort of business (automotive repair or daycare) being run out of a residential home at 104 Duncan street. There is a constant inflow and outflow of people and cars at the house with cars parking on the wrong side of the street in front of the home and on the side walk. There is always someone fixing cars in the front yard as well. This is not appropriate for a residential neighborhood.
2132 Bellaire Ave. Raleigh, NC - Five Points
City of Raleigh Noise Ordinance sec 12-5007-prohibted noises.
(c)The playing of any radio,amplifier,tape deck etc in such a manner or with volume during night hours as to annoy or disturb the quiet or comfort of any person or persons in any dwelling,hotel,motel or any residence is unlawful.As I sit here on my bed typing this at 1.00 am on Thanksgiving night listening to the boom,boom,boom loud music coming from the night club quite a distance away I have yet to figure out why the City of Raleigh cannot enforce this law.I have been dealing with the RPD,city council,city manager etc on this issue for months and yet this club still plays there music too loud.RPD put a meter on the club and found out it was playing the music way too loud and gave them a citation, actually I was told they have been given several citations for loud music, the manager has been warned many,many times but after a couple of days they are right back at playing the loud music.This goes on 7 days a week from 10pm to 3.00am.My entire neighborhood has called 911 at some point and time about the loud music but yet it still goes on,it's as if the club is untouchable. It's unbelievable that a home owner has to put up with such a thing,ear plugs at night,turning the tv volume up etc. Waking up on a sunday night at 2.00am because of loud music is not a great way to live and I have lost my patience with this matter.I have suggested that the city inspector take a look at the place and suggest some kind of acoustic insulation,i'm sure this would help. Like I said before I have lost my patience and I will continue to fight this night club on this matter and I would appreciate any help in dealing with it.The club I am reffering to is the EL TUCANAZO BAR located at 2400 Paula st in Raleigh.
Thank you, John
3331 Capital Blvd Raleigh, NC 27604, USA - Raleigh Council District B
White male dog with a brown patch over right eye/ear & one on its rump. Has a collar but no tags had repeatedly wandered loose through Pine Knoll Townes before making its way back to the auto shop yard located at 3331 Capital Blvd, Raleigh, NC 27604, USA
3501 Capital Boulevard Raleigh, NC 27604, USA - Raleigh Council District B
Garbage & pallets are once again piling up behind Cici's pizza. The pallets from Backyard Leisure
3501 Capital Blvd
are stacked dangerously high & tends to attract additional dumping. Sadly this is a repeat offense. See SeeClickIssues #190851, #203466. One would hope the property owners, Spang Development
Billsco Inc, would take responsibility in addressing this issue.