91st Street Goodhope To Capital Milwaukee WI 53225, USA - Vogel Park
91st street down and around timmerman airport to 92nd capital road is horrible with pot holes and has been for over 2yrs. BUT THEY HAVE STARTED LANDSCAPING THE MEDIAN AND ADDING FLOWERS SO WHEN YOU GET ANOTHER FLAT YOU'LL HAVE SOMETHING TO LOOK AT WHILE YOU WAIT FOR A TOW
815 E Locust St Milwaukee, WI 53212 - Riverwest
Loud music you can hear inside your house half a block away, patrons who are loud and disruptive when coming and going - hanging out by their cars, shouting across the street & talking very loud outside (often vulgar), illegal parking by patrons AND staff. Litter all over the 800 block of Locust including liquor and beer bottles, "blunt wrapper" & cigar packages, bar napkins, broken glass (bar glasses or ashtrays), fast food garbage. Fighting & bumping car stereos outside, hanging out after hours (outside AFAIK), speeding & reckless driving, and who knows what else. Staff has been unresponsive and sometimes rude if confronted on these issues.
I don't mind what sort of music they play, or what clientele they cater to as long as they are respectful to the neighborhood - so far it's NOT the case.
2687-2775 Wisconsin 38 Trunk Milwaukee, WI 53207, USA - Bay View
the potholes on chase street is an eyesore. people on bikes have a hard time riding down this street, the potholes leads from oklahoma ave. to lincoln ave... the loose rocks could hurt someone when a car runs it over.
2403 N Booth St Milwaukee, WI - Riverwest
Recently reported to DNS, complaint description: UPPER UNIT IS USING ELECTRIC SERVICE FROM LOWER UNIT. BROKEN WINDOW, RAW SEWAGE IN BASEMENT, BROKEN RAILING ON FRONT PORCH, GUTTER ABOVE FRONT PORCH IS MISSING, NO HEAT IN BATHROOM
Owner is PRO-TOUCH REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS LLC based in New Jersey. Local operator is ANNE M COLLINS, 9449 N 49TH STREET #102, BROWN DEER WI 53223
ANTHONY MAHER and SIPHO SIBIYA appears on DNS owner record. PO BOX 025654 KANSAS CITY MO 64102-0000
This looks like a serious candidate for a growing nuisance property. Help nip it in the bud by reporting relevant issues to DNS and MPD.
1655 S 1st St Milwaukee, WI 53204, USA - Clock Tower Acres
DUE TO THE CONSTRUCTION ON 1ST & MITCHELL , CARS ARE SPEEDIND AROUND THE CORNER AND I PERSONALLY ALMOST GET HIT. I WAS CROSSING THE STREET WHEN I HAD THE WALK SIGN AND A CAR SPED RIGHT IN FRONT OF ME, WHEN I WAS CROSSING TO GET TO THE BUS STOP. THIS NEEDS TO BE TAKEN IN CONCERN FOR EVERYONES SAFETY.
800 E. Locust St. Milwaukee Wi - Riverwest
I have seen at least 3 rear-end accidents in front of my store on the 800 block of E. Locust, traveling west just before the stoplight at Fratney. Either people can't see the light, don't know it's there, or simply don't pay attention. When traffic slows or stops before that intersection - POW ! People get rear ended.
Two of the recent accidents were back to back, one day after the other, then another the next week.
There was another near Holton the other day where the 2nd car ended up ON TOP of the first car !
I don't know how to solve this really, aside from widening the street so that it's 4 lanes from the bridge all the way to Hopkins, but that won't happen, nor would I want it to.
The speed limit is already 25, though no one realizes it and everyone goes 30+. Although I don't think speed is the problem as much as inattentive driving, and people not expecting traffic to stop at a minor intersection.
If they took out the light at Fratney, it would probably just move the accidents closer to Holton, and result in more speeding on Locust.
Warning signs would probably not be noticed or ignored. A flashing yellow light with a sign might help.
I think the only solution that would really work would be to replace the light at Fratney with a larger, more visible light - the kind that hang over the intersection.
One of the accidents the other week, the car hopped the curb. They didn't get too far - the right wheel was only about a foot over the curb.
There are a lot of pedestrians on Locust - including kids and the stores on this block are pretty close to the street. How long before a car hits someone on the sidewalk, or crashes into a storefront trying to avoid an accident ?
I doubt they'll replace the stoplight, but we at least need a "slow - stop ahead" sign or something.