500-650 N. Kingsley Dr Los Angeles, CA 90004, USA - Mid Wilshire
Ice Cream Vendor: Diana’s Ice Cream
9523 Avalon Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90003. License # 8K66972.
Truck frequently operates outside of ordinance 176830 which states:
(c) Hours of Sales. No person shall dispense any item, including food,
from an ice cream truck on a street during the following hours: From 8:30 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. during the months of April through October and from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. during the months of November through March.
It is November and this truck is currently on the street at 7:50pm on 12/10/10
Driver frequently forgets to stop music while parked to serve ice cream. This is also against noise ordinances. It is not uncommon to hear this truck's music through windows and walls over 1/4 of a mile away for 30 minutes straight.
Los Angeles Health Department was contacted with apparently no solution rendered.
I believe they have the right to sell their fatty sugary laden crap to the poor people of this neighborhood, but must we be abused by the aneurysm inducing music because this driver refuses to follow the law?
1049 S Westwood Blvd Los Angeles, CA - Westwood
Along this stretch between Le Conte and Lindbrook are huge potholes in southbound traffic. Bicyclists unfamiliar with the area who leave a wide berth to allow for the door zone could hit these. The rest of us swerve to avoid them, which may aggravate car drivers.
1872 Glendale Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90026 - Echo Park
Glendale is absolutely @#$% on earth; dangerous, ugly, polluted, this is literally where the 2 freeway vomits onto the people of Echo Park. For those who do not drive, adjacent Alvarado street is the only convenient connector to Northeast Los Angeles for the majority of people living in Echo Park, Silver Lake basically everywhere southwest of the 5. There was city talk of removing parts of the freeway and calming traffic but no clue where that has gone beyond ridiculous development talks.
4548 Ambrose Ave Los Angeles, CA 90027, USA - Los Feliz
There is inadequate light at the very dark southwest corner of Ambrose and Rodney, half a block from the busy entrance to the Albertson's grocery parking lot. The high traffic volume makes it a dangerous place to cross the street for both pedestrians and drivers.
3100-3168 Future St Los Angeles, CA 90065, USA - Cypress Park
Rocks and dirt from vacant lot has fallen down onto the street and has now piled up in several places. It forces traffic going uphill to drive on the wrong side of the road and since there is a blind curve, this is quite dangerous - I experienced an incident the other day.
8001-8049 Oakwood Ave Los Angeles, CA 90048, USA - Mid City West
There have been numerous near accidents because cars travelling on Laurel cannot adequately see the oncoming traffic on Oakwood. Adding a stop sign for the Oakwood drivers would fix the problem and make it much safer.
3658 Grand View Blvd Los angeles, CA - Mar Vista
I have been concerned about the placement of a stop sign at Victoria and grand view blvd in mar vista since day one of its installation. Since I'm gardening during the summer months, I am very aware of the danger it creates for drivers and pedestrians alike.
Going north on grand view is not an issue as it is clearly marked and most drivers actually stop. Going south is the danger. Though there is the warning sign for upcoming stop sign, the placement of the actual street lines is hard to observe from a distance as it is just under the descending hill. Perhaps a middle of the street stop sign would help?
Something needs to be done. Most drivers either go through it or do rolling stops.
I would say that one car every 10 minutes slams on brakes , and usually too late, so they just go through it. Some never even see it. This is not a matter of positioning a ticketing police officer. It is really a matter of poor line placement, an unobservable line on the street at a diagonal intersection.
Yesterday there was a collision at this intersection attributed to the reasons above...
Please help me solve this problem ASAP.
608 N Kingsley Dr Los Angeles, CA - Mid Wilshire
Property manager allows vehicles to stop and run their engines in a driveway that connects the apartment complex parking lot to the street. Cars willingly block the confined area for up to 30 mintes releasing toxic carbon monoxide into surrounding apartments. Cars also honk almost every morning waking surrounding residents on different schedules.