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  • 2707 E. Marshall Street Richmond, VA - Church Hill

    The brick sidewalk at the corner of 27th and Marshall is in bad shape. A tree root as tore up most of the walkable part between the bakery and the bike shop. There are approximately five businesses on this corner. Lots of foot traffic in the area. Is it possible it can be repaired?

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  • 3200 E. Marshall St Richmond, VA - Chimborazo

    In May of 2012 (see http://seeclickfix.com/issues/182470), I reported that the metal wire trash cans had gone missing at the bus stop at the corner of E. Marshall and E. Broad St.. These trash cans were never replaced and this corner (close to two convenience stores and a well-used bus stop) continues to be a huge problem. Bottles, cans, plastic bans often end up on the sidewalk, in the street, and on adjacent properties. Periodically, neighbors place city super cans, bags for the trash, plastic trash cans and people use them. This suggests to me that a trash can would be used and better still a recycling can/trash combo. I understand that the city did not want to replace the metal can as it was probably stolen by recyclers, but it's an important and well-used corner. How about repurposing an underused solar compactor (the one at 25th and E. Broad comes to mine)?

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  • 521 N 24th St Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill

    Every time it rains, our corner -- the sidewalk, the street, our yard -- floods because the sewer on the corner (Leigh Street + 24th Street) doesn't drain properly. It's actually been repaired once before, but only cosmetically. We still have this problem; in fact it seems worse.

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  • 100 North 28th Street Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill

    The stretch of brick sidewalk on the west side of 28th Street just north of Franklin has become pocked by missing bricks and tree roots. One person has already broken a leg because of this.

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  • 1901-1999 U Street Richmond, Virginia - Brauers

    One of the two toddler swings is missing.

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  • 305 N 26th Street Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill

    This afternoon, I witnessed Romeo LLC owner William R Jones III putting up improper signage in the alleyway next to the mentioned building that states it's a "private alley" and that "violators will be prosecuted".

    Mr. Jones has been told numerous times by local residents and police that the alleyways adjacent to his property is in fact not private and is a public way owned by the City of Richmond.

    The signage is both harassing to local dog owners and illegal per Sections 38-111 through 38-116 of the city of Richmond among other Code sections.

    Please force the removal of the signs immediately.

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  • 807 N 24th Street Richmond, VA - Union Hill
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  • 401-499 North 24th Street Richmond, VA 23223, USA - Church Hill

    The storm drain is clogged on the south east corner of Clay Street and 24th Street in Church Hill North. The street is flooding.

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  • 3400 E Broad St VA, USA - Chimborazo

    Speeding in and around park area, unsafe for pedestrians, children.

    Ideas:
    - Run radar at E. Broad between N. 32nd and and N. 36th Streets.
    - Install STOP signs somewhere along this stretch to slow traffic.
    - Lower speed limit to 10-15 mph around park.

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  • 3310 N Street Richmond, Virginia - Chimborazo

    Two days after the last real rain, the alley is still flooded in a area stretching behind four yards. There is a swampy smell, part rotting leaves and maybe part sewer. This will be mosquito @#$% in 2 or 3 months. Neighbors say that the water does not dissipate.

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  • 2803 E Grace St Richmond, Virginia - Church Hill

    There has been junk on this corner for years. They call it the "Fairy Garden" but it is really just a bunch of trash.

    Please remove immdeiately it makes the whole block look junky!!

    It is against there follow city of Richmond code:

    DIVISION 2. - POSTING OF SIGNS

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    Sec. 38-111. - Definitions.

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    The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this division, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning:

    Fixture means a pole; streetlight; tree; tree box; tree stake; fire hydrant; fire alarm box; trash receptacle; stand; wire; rope; public bridge; railroad trestle; drinking fountain; life buoy or any other lifesaving equipment; standard serving as a base or support for a directional sign, traffic regulation or control signal, sign or device; and any other fixture or structure, whether publicly or privately owned or whether permanently or temporarily placed in, on or over a public way. But the term shall not include a fixture permanently attached to a building, structure, pole or standard on private property serving as a base or support for a sign and projecting over a part of a public way installed and maintained in accordance with law, provided that it is used only for advertising the enterprise of the occupant of the premises.

    Informational sign means banners or signs placed on or across the public right-of-way temporarily to provide directions or information regarding an event.

    Public way means a street, sidewalk, alley, road, highway, bridge, viaduct, subway, underpass, park, parkway, playfield, playground and any other similar place in the city opened to and used by the public.

    Sign means a sign, placard, banner, flag, bulletin and any other device of any kind or description used for advertising, promotional or solicitation purposes or for any other commercial, noncommercial, or political display or visual communication purposes.

    (Code 1993, § 19-21)

    Cross reference— Definitions generally, § 1-2.

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  • 3113 E. Broad Street Richmond, VA - Church Hill

    3113 . Broad Street continues to be a nuisance to the neighborhood. two months ago the owner had the front decking ripped up and then put up a piece of plywood with a no trespassing sign. This is completely ugly. the falling apart deck looked better. This appears to be an attempt by the owner to make the city think they are doing something with this house. this house has been vacant and boarded up for at least 10 years. can the city not do any thing about this house. There are plenty of people who would love to buy and do something with this house. picture attached.

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