uReport

City of Bloomington, Indiana – John Hamilton, Mayor

closed: Resolved #169080

Excessive Growth:

Web Form: Tick heaven. There is no. It is nothing but invasive honeysuckle and weeds. I have to keep cutting it back on my property line because it continues to infringe. There are 5 children living in that house. That's their business to run the run of lyme disease and West Nile, but I don't like it being a spawning ground near me. And now the CDC has released a report about these "kissing bugs." The City code refers to "noxious weeds." They got 'em.

Assigned to
Jo Stong

Most tickets of this type should be closed within 9 days, although some cases may be longer. 5 days have already passed.

History

6/27/2019 11:37:59 Closed by Jo Stong

Will continue to monitor until in compliance.

Sent notification to Jo Stong, Anonymous
https://bloomington.in.gov/crm/tickets/view?ticket_id=169080 Closed by Jo Stong Will continue to monitor until in compliance.

6/27/2019 11:28:40 Jo Stong followed up on this ticket

Spoke with homeowner. They will get rid of brush piles, trim near road, along property line.

Sent notification to Jo Stong, Anonymous
https://bloomington.in.gov/crm/tickets/view?ticket_id=169080 Jo Stong followed up on this ticket Spoke with homeowner. They will get rid of brush piles, trim near road, along property line.

6/27/2019 11:28:22 Changed location from 805 N Oolitic Dr, Bloomington, Indiana, 47404 to 777 N Oolitic DR

6/21/2019 14:40:00 Eric Sader assigned this case to Jo Stong

Sent notification to Jo Stong, Anonymous
https://bloomington.in.gov/crm/tickets/view?ticket_id=169080 Eric Sader assigned this case to Jo Stong You can use the link to follow progress on this case.

6/21/2019 14:39:45 Eric Sader commented on this case.

777 N. Oolitic St

Sent notification to Eric Sader, Anonymous
https://bloomington.in.gov/crm/tickets/view?ticket_id=169080 Eric Sader commented on this case. 777 N. Oolitic St

6/21/2019 13:57:12 Anonymous assigned this case to Eric Sader

Sent notification to Eric Sader, Anonymous
https://bloomington.in.gov/crm/tickets/view?ticket_id=169080 Anonymous assigned this case to Eric Sader You can use the link to follow progress on this case.

6/21/2019 13:57:12 Opened by Anonymous

Sent notification to Eric Sader, Anonymous
https://bloomington.in.gov/crm/tickets/view?ticket_id=169080 Opened by Anonymous Dear Constituent: Thank you for submitting information to us via uReport. We value your input and hope that we will be able to address your questions and concerns. HAND neighborhood compliance officers will inspect the property and determine if the weeds, grass or plants are in violation of the Bloomington Municipal Code 6.06.070 (a). In the event of a violation, the neighborhood compliance officer will issue a Notice of Violation (NOV) to the property owners via first class mail and by placing a copy of the notice of violation on the property. The original Notice of Violation may be a warning or may include fines with a graduated scale from $50.00 - $150.00, and will be issued in accordance with Bloomington Municipal Code 6.06.070 (a). If the property is a rental property and it is the tenants' responsibility to maintain the lawn, the landlord must provide a copy of the signed lease to HAND during the initial seven days following the issuance of the NOV, otherwise the Landlord will remain responsible for paying the fine. After the Notice of Violation is issued, the property owner and/or tenant has seven (7) days to bring the property into compliance. If the property is not brought into compliance within the initial seven (7) days, the inspector may go to daily tickets. Please be mindful of this process while we work with your neighbors to resolve this issue. Thank you, HAND staff

777 N Oolitic DR

CityBloomington
StateIN
Zip47404
Latitude39.174057006836
Longitude-86.553909301758
Neighborhood AssociationCrescent Bend
TownshipBloomington

Other cases for this location

StatusCase DateCategory
open7/1/2022Water Utility Problems
closed5/31/2020Abandoned Vehicle
closed5/31/2020Excessive Growth