Please pick up tree brush
This request has been received and submitted to the City agencies for review and appropriate action.
By STEWART, ROSALIND: 3/22/2014 10:36:14 AM
NOT OUT, DK, 3/21
This ticket is closed in the City's Work Order system.
Please pick up bulk items
This is the same as 1804 Mechanicsville TPKE is the city going to clean it up?
By STEWART, ROSALIND: 3/22/2014 7:38:12 AM
COMPLETED BY DK, FURNITURE, 3/20
BULK TRASH PICK UP LOCATED IN THE ALLEY BOXES & CHAIRS
By STEWART, ROSALIND: 3/22/2014 7:37:08 AM
COMPLETED BY DK, HOUSEHOLD DEBRIS, 3/20
IN THE FRONT OF THE PROPERTY.
By STEWART, ROSALIND: 3/21/2014 9:21:16 AM
COMPLETED BY WT, FURNITURE, BRUSH, 3/19
BULK TRASH PICK UP
By STEWART, ROSALIND: 3/21/2014 9:14:36 AM
COMPLETED BY WT, BRUSH, FURNITURE, 3/19
The Property Maintenance Division for the City of Richmond has received your complaint; however it appears that this request is actually a bulk pickup request so we have forwarded this case to the Department of Public Works for resolution; you may wish to contact them for further information regarding this issue at (804)646-0999. Thank you.
By STEWART, ROSALIND: 3/21/2014 9:13:25 AM
COMPLETED BY WT, BRUSH, FURNITURE, 3/19
The people that continually hang out on the edge of the property are constantly throwing trash on the ground including but not limited to beer bottles in the road and alley way.
YOU have the MEANS to call the Police Commissioner and request for a tighter force presence at this location. CITY needs to request a presence while City Workers are present, thus security is given while labor is being performed.
This behavior will repeat itself until it is broken and the squatters, dealers, and gamers are incarcerated.
I wonder how many Tickets are given for littering in this area. Or arrest made for public intoxication. Request for fine for littering signs have been dismissed at the council woman's office, and i was referred to http://www.richmondgov.com/CommissionCleanCity/AdoptSpot.aspx for community clean up. Thats a nice thought if it wasn't for the fact that every day we are already picking up trash that are thrown on the ground by foot traffic. there needs to be a something in place to make the change. Since our jails are over run lets put some of the people to work and get them to pay back there community with trash pick up. Having regular guarded convicts cleaning the city streets may keep one or two people from following there path. And fine sign with enforcement would maybe get people to stop throwing trash on the ground and keep there children from learning the same bad behavior.
We absolutely should have Convicts' Community Clean-up Crews.
Would enhance the community through cleaner and safer streets by having ONCE AGAIN our Convicted Criminals pay back society through community work.
Place a few armed guards from Richmond City Sheriffs Department, to over see the work of our prisoners.
Would be nice if we could abolish the Dept. of Public Works "workers" and replace them with convicted criminals, they would have to work to earn a wage.
Penn-State has Prison industries making everything from raincoats to shoes. While NC Prison Agriculture grows food for the farmer's market and makes furniture. Alabama State Prisoners work to clean and repair roads, they have the nicest roads of the US.
Richmond City Should Allow our caged Inmates the privilege to enjoy fresh air, excersise, and community service.
3/18/2014 - Thanks for communication Crash. These are matters that need to be reported in real time and also signage and things of that nature can be handled through Clean City Commission
We appreciate your communication that helps us in “Building The Best Richmond” together – rtt
couch and chair located in the back of the home.
By STEWART, ROSALIND: 3/17/2014 11:28:49 AM
COMPLETED BY KB, CHAIR, 3/14
BOX SPRING AND HEAD BOARD
By MAHONE, TAMMY J: 3/13/2014 7:48:46 AM
Duplicate request see original request SCF962204 CW 223207 still open
room divider, sofa chair, book shelf.
By STEWART, ROSALIND: 3/10/2014 9:48:26 AM
COMPLETED BY KB, 2 CHAIRS, CABINET, 3/7
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