Issues: blighted property
5925-5929 Andersonville Rd Waterford Township, MI 48329, USA - Waterford
no one take care of it no one lives in it you see people stop an put stuff in the house it is vacant last i heard is its a historicle house its very ugly cant someone atleast make the owner paint it
5493 Clinton River Dr Waterford Township, MI 48327, USA - Waterford
If your looking to buy a used car this guy is selling it. He is selling so many used cars from his dealership outside his house hes using the vacant home across the street to store his cars. Awesome!!! So glad the city has allowed a re-zoning of the neighborhood to accomodate this guy.
17 VotesFix it! Voted!2200-2298 Summit Dr Waterford, MI 48328, USA - Waterford
I have grown up in this area, I was around when Summit Place Mall was thriving and full of stores and traffic. Not long ago a stop sign appears for both directions on Summit Drive near the "Target" store, Now let me ask all of you who travel this road regularly, Why was this sign put up long after the mall became 99% vacant? The only reason I can see is so the Police who sit in the mall's empty lot can pull people over vehicles that disregard that sign or simply don't see it (I ran it on a daily basis for 2 weeks when it went up, it was in such an odd spot I'd forget about it). Now, I'm not some person who is angry I got pulled over due to that sign, fact is I have NEVER been pulled over because of this sign but I feel sorry for those that have, the sign just has no REAL reason to be there, I have never seen a safety issue in that spot. That sign should be taken down.
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4 VotesFix it! Voted!4350-4398 Pontiac Lake Rd Waterford, MI 48328, USA - Waterford
Yes Pontiac has moved into this area, If you you want to see urban blight look across the street from Meijers parking lot, trash everywhere!
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3 VotesFix it! Voted!2350 W Walton Blvd Waterford, MI 48329, USA - Waterford
This retaining wall along Walton is a mess. It's worn out and breaking up and infested with ugly weeds. Because of the heavy traffic on Walton, the homeowner can't safely maintain it and it's an eyesore in an area with $300,000 -$1 million dollar homes. When Walton was rebuilt a few years ago, the OCRC ignored this wall and fixed smaller retaining walls in the area that were not in as bad of shape.