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City of Bloomington, Indiana – John Hamilton, Mayor

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open #180450

City Performance

110 W 6th St, Bloomington, IN 47404, USA

Case Date:
6/28/2022

100 W 6th St, the double yellow lines have been faded causing some drivers thinking it’s a one way street or not being in the correct lane causing some traffic issues. Please address before IU students come back.

closed #180419

City Performance

205 E 14th ST

Case Date:
6/25/2022

I had previously submitted ureport 180261 complaining about the state of E 14th St. It was closed out with a vague message that it'd be resurfaced "later this month". I realize it is still June and it may still get repaired, but the road has just continued to get worse and worse. The dust is ridiculous. I'm not sure if anyone at the city understands that days matter. Even if it is resurfaced next week, it is still several weeks past due. Has anyone at the city even driven down it??! I also happened to read that the same developer that turned 14th St into a gravel road is now the same developer who has messed up the intersection of 17th and Walnut. I can hardly believe that anyone would allow them to do more work on city roads when they clearly don't care at all about repairing other work they've done.

open #180414

City Performance

Case Date:
6/24/2022

Just wondering if there is actually an Erin Hatch that works for the city?? I noticed including my ureports that were assigned to her way over a month ago about city tree trimming has not been addressed. So I'm not sure if she doesn't work for the city and it's not being assigned to no one. Or someone isn't really doing their job. Thanks for your time.

closed #180366

City Performance

Case Date:
6/19/2022

I want reparation from Moron Biden / Clinton / Obama Voters

closed #180346

City Performance

401 N Morton ST

Case Date:
6/17/2022

City trash truck #938 has a passenger side headlight out.

closed #180298

City Performance

Case Date:
6/13/2022

I have been threatened on Clear Creek trail before. It does not feel safe, especially when alone. I am an advocate for those unhoused but to have a camp with individuals experiencing significant instabilities next to a remote trail with little police presence is unsafe. There are connections between safety and those who are not stably housed, so location matters as to where camping should be allowed in a way that can be monitored better than the current "wild west out-of-sight approach" of the present City Administration. Strangers are more likely to be victims of crimes committed by homeless individuals than rates from housed perpetrators. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/7641002/ Beyond the unhoused, in general a greater safety presence on trails would be appreciated. Call boxes for emergencies for instance and other options are fine beyond standard law enforcement. Even just public safety "parks patrol" non-LEO would honestly be even better than LEO.

closed #180279

City Performance

Case Date:
6/10/2022

I just wanted to write a thank you to everyone who responded to my request for help with need to get old utilities pole down in my backyard and repairs to ground cover/shrub, grass. Duke Energy came immediate this Monday to survey situation. AT&T took down the old pole this week, too. Now Duke Energy needs to return to fix grass/ground cover/shrub issue. They said they would and I have a call into them. Many thanks to all for the speedy work.

closed #180260

City Performance

Case Date:
6/9/2022

The city owns land near tri north at the round about and fails to keep the grass maintained. However the city also fines land owners for doing so. It shouldn't be ironic land owners and contractors get fined and the city are able. Please make it right by clearing the high grass and understanding a relationship of notice and engaging is a better solution. Just like residences are giving the city a warning. Thank you for taking your time to read.

open #180198

City Performance

1002 S Walnut ST

Case Date:
6/4/2022

Today I was driving on Walnut Street headed south around 11:30am. A white City pickup truck was stopped in the road with its hazard lights flashing. The City employee was picking up bags of trash and other junk that some careless person had lost on the road, creating a hazard for traffic and cyclists. This City employee should be thanked or rewarded in some way for going above and beyond. I don't know if he was sent there to get this trash. To me, it looked like he was driving along and saw it and decided to stop and do something about it. He was in a white Ford Super Duty pickup with a lift gate on the back. I think it was truck # 936. This was 11:30am on Saturday, June 4, 2022, on Walnut heading south in the area of about W. Allen Street or so. Please, find this City employee and give him a high five, some extra time off, or whatever you can do to thank him for doing a great job.

closed #180169

City Performance

Case Date:
6/2/2022

Iu good carts and similar constantly go on tenth dangerously without required slow moving vehicle and other signage. Please talk to IU and rectify. Constant blatant defiance.