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46th Ward Chicago

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  • 920 West Wilson Avenue Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 46
    Standing water on the curbs and half way into the street makes it difficult to get to cars and especially difficult for those in wheelchairs because the ramps are flooded.
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  • 1229 W. Foster Avenue Chicago, IL - Chicago Ward 46
    Manhole (square) cover on north side of street (westbound lane), directly in front of building at 1227-1229 W. Foster Ave., makes a loud clanging sound when cars drive over it.
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  • 4700 N Beacon Ave Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 46
    Behind the building, there is a frequently leaking pipe that spills into the alley. It causes major problems with ice buildup. There are also pipes that leak right onto the Leland sidewalk, which also ices up. This causes problems with people and cars. There are slips and falls, and people with disabilities have a lot of trouble.
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  • Clarendon & Lawrence Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 46

    Can we get Big Belly or twin garbage/recycling like at Millenium Park here? No recycling option, chronic overflow.

    Threw the garbage from the top into own trash again, but can insert needs to be lifted & area below it cleaned out.

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  • Graffiti Archived
    4509 North Malden Street Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 46
    A lot of graffiti had been put up on the mall (Sunnyside mall) between Montrose and Wilson/ Magnolia and Beacon.
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  • 4500 N Clarendon Ave Chicago, IL 60640, USA - Chicago Ward 46
    Potholes
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  • 816 W. Lakeside Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 46
    Dumpsters at this address often overflow. Recycling, construction remnants, and garbage mixed. Concrete chunks thrown onto property of neighboring building to east.
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  • 4505 North Malden Street Chicago, IL 60640, USA - Chicago Ward 46
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  • Pine Grove And Irving Park Chicago, IL - Chicago Ward 46
    +Very dangerous at school crossing times AM & PM
    +Crossing to multiple schools of Clarendon Corridor
    +Cars enter intersection and move ahead at will when traffic moves, regardless of pedestrian signals
    +High traffic access point to lakefront, also for individuals with limited mobility
    +Pedestrian buttons don't work consistently
    +Flooding on southwest corner in particular
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  • 4430 N. Sheridan Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 46
    Two largest holes located on the east side of Sheridan immediately south of Agatite make very hazardous driving. The entire block north of Agatite is filled with potholes, so bad that cars are constantly dodging into on coming traffic to avoid breaking an axle.
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  • 1022 W Leland Ave Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 46

    Manhole cover cave in & Street Flooding South side of street
    Note most of the man hole covers are not draining on Leland Ave Between Sheridan and Winthrop Ave. Cars get frozen into place after snow and ice melt and refreezes cars then have to be towed out of the ice. Addresses with problems

    1022 Leland South Side of street
    1047 Leland North side and south side of street and back up drain at center of street are not draining.

    Drain covers have been cleared but will not drain.

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  • 1200 West Lawrence Avenue Chicago, Illinois - Chicago Ward 46
    The City continues to allow the " tent cities" to break a multitude of city codes that were created to protect the health and welfare of the general public. We have 100 plus people who " have chosen" to live in the park and viaducts rather than move to a shelter that is not located in the area of choice. As a result we have aggressive homeless wandering the area, over turning garbage carts , drinking and drugging in the park and blocking public access to sidewalks and viaducts. Lawerence and Wilson need to be cleaned and rodent baiting done on a weekly basis. One questions the mental stability of any individual who would choose to live in a viaduct in a Chicago winter rather than a shelter. I would guess the primary reason is that shelters are generally " dry". You can not drink and drug in the shelter thus you refuse to go. City codes must be enforced for the welfare of the community. Contact the mayor of Chicago via " Chicago Mayor Feedback Form.
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