The Regional Water Authority is the public drinking water supplier for 15 communities in south central Connecticut.
1425 Quinnipiac Ave New Haven, Connecticut - Quinnipiac
Please help us set up armed patrols in the 1425 Quinnipiac area. There is a large amount of drug activity from the New Haven public housing authority (Saint Anthony 1, 2, and the Rowe Houses beginning on 1378 Quinnipiac Ave) as well as Quinnipiac Terrace owned and managed by Trinity Management Company. We've been complaining to the NHPD, Sgt. Anastasio and previous district managers with absolutely no progress. People have been complaining to the police dept and after reviewing comments here on Seeclickfix it has been an ongoing issue since 2010! In 2011 the condo association got together with a petition which was sent to State Senator Martin Looney, Mayor Destefano, Rosa DeLaura, Police Chief Esserman, Sgt. Anastatio, Gov. Malloy, Senator Blumenthal, and US Attorney Stein. We did not receive a response back from any of these individuals to comment on our concerns. We have 2 foreclosures in our condo because the owners could not take the crimes committed and rapid drug dealer in our complex with no response from our police department, so they just give up and let their condos go. Our unit owners are scared to let their children play outside due to the fear of the rapid drug dealing and the quality of life. NHPD has abandoned the residences of Quinnipiac Ave and let the drug dealers deal drugs with complete immunity. If anyone would like to help to start an armed patrol or have the contact for the Rabbi in Westville that started an armed patrol there a few years ago, it would be appreciated. The only way to get our community back is if we take it back!
350-400 Foxon Blvd New Haven, CT 06513, USA - Quinnipiac
A month ago it was reported that people were selling drugs around 1361-1363 and 1423 - 1425 Quinnipiac Avenue. It is still happening and we don't see police in the area. The seller(s) live in the Housing Authority buildings at 1435 Quinnipiac Avenue and also come from the projects on Eastern St. to peddle drugs here.Calls are made to the NHPD but no one responds.
210 Willow St New Haven, CT 06511 - East Rock
Formerly a dry cleaning business, the building is in extremely unsafe condition: leaking roof, broken windows, rotting floor, rear door unsecured. There is old dry cleaning equipment, probably dry cleaning chemical contamination and waste, asbestos from a rusting boiler, and the building's foundation is rotten and open to the elements creating a rodent problem and allowing rainwater to enter and possibly contaminate groundwater and the surrounding soil with pollutants.
Valley Road Bethany, CT - Bethany
Valley Road has been torn up for well over six weeks now as part of a reconstruction project. It should not take this long to tear up old pavement, regrade, install storm drains, and repave. The entire Russell Road project was done in half this time, and included major widening and rock removal. In addition, Valley Road runs through water company property and there are no erosion control measures installed. If the town doesn't get this done - and soon - I intend to send the First Selectman a bill for the damage done to the tires and suspension on my car.
1055-1079 State St New Haven, CT - East Rock
The State St. Bridge, over the Mill River, is now going on two years past its completion date. The city engineering department claimed that they would start working on a plan, in December 2011, to solve the water pollution issue, which has delayed the bridge reconstruction. Any progress on that plan?
Because State St. is closed, and Trumbull St. is now only one way, heading West, Willow St. has become a traffic nightmare and a public safety issue.
On Tuesday evening, because of the city's poor planning, the usual evening traffic jam, on Willow St. caused a major public safety issue, when two New Haven police cars, heading West (on Willow), and two New Haven Fire trucks, heading East (also on Willow), were stuck for at least five minutes, while car commuters totally blocked both lanes, preventing anyone from moving. Willow St. cannot handle thousands of cars per day. The noise pollution, air pollution, speeding, traffic jams and blocking emergency vehicles needs to stop.
The city needs to get its @ss in gear and fix the State St. Bridge.
177 Lexington Ave New Haven, CT 06513, USA - Fair Haven Heights
The residents of 177 Lexington Ave. have a pit bull out on a short chain. This dog barks, howls, and cries for hours at a time. Sometimes the dog has no water bowl, or the water bowl is empty. During the colder months the dog is often kept in the shed behind their house. My neighbor went over to bring it water once, and she said the shed was filled with feces. This has been going on for years and Animal Control has been called several times, yet the dog remains in their "care" and continues to be neglected.
68-94 Pine Street New Haven, Connecticut - Chatham Square
Dirt bikes all over Clifton, Atwater, and Front Street this afternoon. Yes, we have legislation in Hartford to increase 20 fold the fee for reclaiming confiscated dirtbikes. But still no word on increased e ffort by NHPD to crack down on dirtbikes. Seems they are operating without impunity. Would be nice if NHPD said something publicly (hello Chief Esserman?) about the situation. Frustration building....
2-598 East Shore Parkway New Haven, Connecticut - Annex
Motiva terminal is a critical infrastructure as it serves as a supply point for trucks picking up gasoline and diesel fuel. Potholes on the road leading to the terminal are deep and wide, and pose a hazard to the trucks picking up fuel. These are heavy trucks carrying petroleum products, a hazardous material, and these potholes pose a safety risk to them. Pictured is one pothole out of perhaps a dozen, some four feet wide, and very deep, which is hard to see since they're filled with water. CEMA, representing the petroleum industry, is filing this report on behalf of Motiva.
228 Elm St New Haven, CT - Downtown
Whenever it rains, a puddle forms in the roadway on Elm Street at the the southwest corner with High Street (right in the crosswalk). I believe the puddle results from a depression in the roadway that prevents the water from draining into the nearby storm drains. The puddle is large and right near where people must stand while waiting to cross the street. When drivers (especially buses, who have little room to maneuver) drive right through the puddle, they send up a wall of mucky water that splashes all over pedestrians.
DPW, as soon as the weather dries out, could you please layer on a few more inches of asphalt here to prevent this puddle from developing in the future? Thanks!
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53-111 Twiss St Meriden, CT 06450, USA - Meriden
There is a brook/stream that runs from what I'm told from Harbor Brook to Broad Street. The stream is basically underground. By Twiss street it is in open air. Two PLUS years ago we reported to the city that Bicycles/.Lawn Chairs etc were preventing the FLOW of water. They replied they are too busy with emergencies to come out. Repeated calls had one person show up (two years ago) and he stated he has been sitting behind his desk for six months. I used my truck, Chain, Muscle and whatever and cleaned out the stream as far as I could. This stream backup causes house basements and Road to flood during heavy rain All the time. Because of this the road has deterioated under the pavement thereby providing no support. This pavement issue was also relayed to the city. This will cause another emergency