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open #187398

Scooters, Bike-share and Related Issues

405 1/2 S Walnut ST

Case Date:
2/22/2024

I let you know there scooter laying on sidewalk near chocolate mosse

open #187219

Scooters, Bike-share and Related Issues

Case Date:
2/7/2024

why dont the stop at stop signs.

closed #187193

City Performance

Case Date:
2/5/2024

If you can “like” post, 187191 would have thousands of likes!!!!! Along with all the post about the city being passive towards the homeless camps, trash, shopping carts, bike parts, etc… and other issues involving the transient population in town!

open #187186

City Performance

Case Date:
2/5/2024

See tix 187165. Local merchants don’t flood the community with criminals, mental health patients, and drug users that are responsible these carts being abandoned all over town…the city does!! Like all the other issues in this town, local government passes the blame on others (property owners)….hard working tax paying citizens and employers! Stop accepting state money for rehabilitation of all the states delinquents! I highly advocate for people to lawyer up take action against this city with answers like that!!!!

closed #187100

City Performance

Case Date:
2/1/2024

Between the dog park in switchyard and tapp street on both side of the b-line there is nothing but homeless camps. Several had active fires when I was walking by. There are 30-40 stolen shopping carts and dozens if not hundreds of bicycles and bicycle parts. There is trash everywhere including the creek bed. I can only assume there is feces, drugs, and needles leaching into the ground and nearby ground streams. This has progressively gotten worse over the years. I’m praying the new administration does something about this problem not only here but all throughout town!

closed #186801

City Performance

Case Date:
1/18/2024

The city of Bloomington needs to repeal its 2010 boycott of Arizona's SB 1070 on illegal immigration and join the state of Texas and defending America by making a public announcement that the city repeals its acts of constructive treason to support and invasion just like the late dirtbag judge roll via the rancher case and his unconstitutional support for open borders to support invasion

closed #186800

City Performance

Case Date:
1/18/2024

After the city bloomington's 2010 sb107 0 boycott of Arizona and its ability trying to stop the invasion of illegals why doesn't the city step forward and repeal that unconstitutional order to back constructive treason and join the efforts of Louisiana to defend America

open #186786

City Performance

Case Date:
1/16/2024

We live just a few blocks north of Bryan Park. At 4:09AM Saturday, Jan 15 my family was woken to what sounded like 8 gunshots, followed by two more a few minutes later. These noises sounded like they originated only a couple blocks south. Then there were 2 more shots (much fainter) at about 4:19AM. I never heard any sirens. Anyone have any insight into this occurrence? What is going to be done about the current state of affairs in regards to violence and drugs in the city of Bloomington? My wife and I have been increasingly concerned with the general state of "health" in Bloomington for the last few years. We have had random weapon-bearing tweekers and would-be thieves wander/stumble into our yards and onto our porches, we have had packages stolen from porches and mailboxes, we have had items stolen from our vehicles and property. My wife even witnessed a man masturbating in public! We now have cameras set up on our property to monitor 24/7 and I have a baseball bat next to my bed that I have already had to use once to run off a potential thief. We are two productive members of the community who pay our taxes and contribute to the local economy. But, we are considering moving due to the eroding quality of Bloomington. We know many others who feel the same way. In the last week alone we have heard of at least one stabbing death and one gunshot death. And upon a bit of reading of the Bloomingtonian it appears that Bloomington is doing rather poorly overall in this category. According to BPD Chief Mike Diekhoof, from a March 2023 article in the Bloomingtonian, in 2022 in Bloomington a gun crime occurred every 2.77 days. And someone shot at someone else every 5.2 days! And this is an upward moving trend. What the hell is going on here!? The previous mayor seemed to care little about this. Is the new mayor working with you to do something about all this? What do you plan to do about it? thanks. Ian Miller

closed #186687

City Performance

Case Date:
1/6/2024

Where is the salary study data that is now also outdated? A large sum was spent on this and there has been no transparency, no data results shared, and certainly no equitable response to non-union employees.

open #186685

City Performance

Case Date:
1/6/2024

As much as I appreciate the efforts recently with the taking down and clean up of the homeless encampment, I still have to urge the city to do something about the stolen shopping carts throughout the town. In the video with the major cleaning up the camp you can see several stolen shopping carts. Even pictures of the homeless using them and moving them to their new location is shown. They are all over town from multiple different tax paying merchants. The homeless freely use these carts and abandom them at will without any repercussions. You can see city workers and police officers not even acknowledge them when they are seen (from advice from the city). I hope this changes with the new administration!