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  • Sidewalk Repair Acknowledged
    24 Morton Ave Saugus, Massachusetts - Saugus

    My child almost got hit by a car driving down the street as he was avoiding the very deep puddle in front of my house. The side walk floods up to the top of my children's shoes. It ices over in the winter and we have had many people fall no matter how much I've melt we put down. I have 4 children and it is not safe for them to be walking out into the street to be able to get into the driveway to avoid the puddle.

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  • Fairmount Ave All Of It Saugus, MA - Saugus

    My wife and I just moved back to Saugus. Fairmount Ave, towards Lincoln Ave and especially gling toward Walnut St is horrable. My wife twice(2) driving back from work late at night got flat tiers. The road, or lack of it, makes it impossible for any one to pull over safely. To dangerous for anyone and especially when I have my kid with me. Both my wife and me called to report problem and no one has called us bck yet. Please fix it.

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  • 27 Wendell Street Saugus, MA - Saugus

    This house was abandoned for over 12 years. It is a Health Hazard , has wild animals coming & is an eye sore & where is the code enforcement?

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  • Graffiti Archived
    25 Talbot St Saugus, MA 01906, USA - Saugus

    Graffiti on the Waybright School

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  • 48 Bristow T Saugus, MA - Saugus

    and is unsafe to walk on. all sidewalks on Bristow St are not even up to code and have NEVER been replaced in the 39 years I have lived here. would like someone to advise me when my sidewalk will be replaced

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  • 2 Great Woods Rd Saugus, MA 01906, USA - Saugus

    Traffic light needed at intersection of Great Woods Road and Walnut Street. Extremely hazardous intersection! This intersection has potential for a very serious accident, if not a fatality!

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  • 177 Essex St Saugus, MA - Saugus

    My residence is located right next to a set of flashing lights, it seems that motorist have no concern for the safety of residence and constantly drive at 50 plus miles per hour.

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  • 69 Lincoln Ave Saugus, MA - Saugus

    The tree stump roots are causing sidewalk heaving & cracks...hazardous condition.......

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  • 539 Lincoln Ave saugus, ma - Saugus

    Please resurface road, large potholes, difficult to drive. Thanks!

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  • Main St At Vine Street Saugus, MA - Saugus

    The traffic light at Main and Vine St in Saugus MA favors Vine Street too heavily. During periods of heavy traffic this causes up to 1/2 mile of back-ups on Mains St on either side of the light. A slight adjustment of the timing, making Vine St traffic wait just a bit longer for green, will save time and fuel for thousands of drivers every day.

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  • 260 Walnut St. Saugus, MA - Saugus

    This house has been abandoned and boarded up for years. There is a huge hole in the roof, and the foundation is rotting away. The town did clear some of the junk and vehicles from the lot more than a year ago, but people consistently dump items in front of the lot and its driveway, and rats have recently been seen in the area. Something needs to be done to rebuild or clear the lot. Owner or bank needs to be accountable.

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  • Central St. And Webb Pl Saugus, MA - Saugus

    Mr. Attubato, I work at the MBTA Safety Department. One project I’m working on is to remove railroad protections at railroad crossings no longer being used, thereby reducing rear end collisions of buses, school buses and Haz Mat trucks required to stop at these inactive railroad tracks.

    At 335 Central Street there is an old Crossbuck that is left over from a rail bed that traversed the street. State law requires buses to stop when these protections are seen. Although drivers who use this road regularly most likely don’t stop, the new or incidental driver may brake when the sign is spotted causing a rear end collision.

    Is it possible to have sign removed so as not have these commercial vehicles required to stop and therefore reduce possible rear end collisions? Any help you could provide would be great.

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