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4 Street Between Bowery And Lafayette Manhattan , NYC - Central Park
The construction noise everyday day of the week including Saturdays at 7:30 am is intolerable even with ear plugs and has made living here an absolute nightmare.
I hear this construction will be going on for years. Is there a way to put in a request at least for them to start construction on Saturdays at a more reasonable hour like 10 am?
Reported from my mobile device
511 East 80 St New York, NY 10075, USA - Upper East Side
511 East 80th ST
The building owner lives in the building and didnt like the noise the heater was causing in the builidng and decided to have it shut off. This was sub 40 degree temperature at night. We have no heat and no one knows when it will be back on. This is ridiculous
205 West 107th Street Manhattan, NY - Upper West Side
Contractors with work permits are gutting out old lead-painted apartments without using safe work practices generating huge clouds of lead dust in the alleyway right near my windows in the building next door at 203 West 107th Street. I have an 11-month-old son. I fear that there is so much lead dust that, even though we didn't open the windows during the fury, the air is extremely toxic in this alleyway and in this first floor apartment. We are staying here temporarily while our ninth floor apartment in the same building is being abated for lead (to protect my son). I believe our temporary refuge is, actually, much more dangerous as a result of this toxic renovation. According to one source, the Landlord of 205 W 107th did not even wet down the debris to control the spread of dust because then it would have been heavier and would have cost more to haul away. When I arrived home from work on Thursday, April 4, at about 4PM, I witnessed a worker loading unwrapped large debris onto a truck in front of my building and banging an old baseboard on the street. The Department of Environmental Protection responded to my 311 complaint, but by the time they arrived on April 9, the most dangerous activity was finished (for now). They reported that no violation was given and they do not appear to have investigated what had gone on the week of April 1 or to have bothered to view the alleyway I have photographed (see comments below). In Bloomberg's New York, the Department of Health and HPD are just as inept, complacent, and complicit in looking the other way.
980 Columbus Ave New York, NY 10025 - Upper West Side
The large tree beds on the West side of Columbus Avenue are in the process of being systematically destroyed - reduced from approx 4' x 8' of green space to about 2' x 3'. Needs to be stopped immediately before more damage is done, and the cement in place must be removed