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open #180455

Trash

902 S Maxwell TER

Case Date:
6/29/2022

Dumpsters at complex are full and overflowing. Rats have been sighted

open #180454

Excessive Growth

Case Date:
6/29/2022

This yard has been reported several times and nothing has been done to clean it up. It is unsanitary for homes around it.

closed #180453

Excessive Growth

2225 S High ST

Case Date:
6/29/2022

2225 S High Street hasn't been mowed all year.

open #180452

Blocked Sidewalk

Case Date:
6/29/2022

Lineal Contractors have staged and parked construction vehicles/materials on the High Street side path, just south of Queens Way.

open #180451

Trails

Case Date:
6/28/2022

Many of the newly planted oak trees are showing signs of stress as the leaves are yellowing and browning. Will the City water these trees during this dry time? Several people are trying to water them with buckets, but it seems that there would be a better way to keep these trees healthy after investing so much in planting them.

closed #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.

open #180449

Trash

3771 S Claybridge DR

Case Date:
6/28/2022

open #180447

Unsafe Buildings

727 W 2nd ST

Case Date:
6/28/2022

I work in the Hunter school building across from the old hospital demolition. I am concerned about the dust coming from the site as they tear it down. I am curious if the City can do a check into the safety of us breathing the dust when walking in and out of the building.

closed #180446

Illegal Discharge (Storm Sewers)

1020 S Woodlawn AVE

Case Date:
6/28/2022

On May 4th, 2022 I was taking a walk through the park when I noticed a chemical-type smell lingering near the stream that flows east to west through the middle of the park. When I went to investigate the source of the smell, I was alarmed by an opaque milky white substance contaminating the flowing stream. It also seemed to be the source of the smell. I followed the contamination upstream and traced it to a white PVC pipe that appears to originate from the Bryan Park pool facility. There was also particulate settling in the water where the pipe drains into the stream. Immediately after that I walked to the pool facility and confirmed with two city workers that the pool does indeed drain directly into the park's stream. They also told me that they were directed to power-wash the pool area and the resulting material was discharging directly into the stream via the PVC drainage pipe. Further, other city workers have confirmed with me that the pool water itself gets drained into the stream annually. I am not sure if this is legal - and if it is legal, it is certainly not environmentally sound. The material that is draining into the stream is very likely environmentally harmful.

open #180445

Parks & Playgrounds

704 W Graham DR

Case Date:
6/28/2022

The grass and weeds have not been cut for several weeks. The trash has been bagged up but not removed. I picked up trash from the playground. some of it had been there for some time. Please pay more attention to this small neighborhood park!