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closed #171264

Potholes, Other Street Repair

3725 E Brownridge RD

Case Date:
12/19/2019

On Sunday there was a break in a water pipe that necessitated digging up the street in from of our house and mail box.The work was left unfinished, I assume due to the snow fall. Is it possible t repair and finish now that the weather has improved. It is difficult for the mailman to deliver mail.

closed #169242

Potholes, Other Street Repair

501 N Morton ST

Case Date:
7/1/2019

Hello! I'm writing to request repaving of Uppington Court in Sherwood Oaks. We've had a water main break several months back and now a layer of pavement is chipping off and causing debris where our children play. The condition of Uppington Court can be improved and made safe for our children to scooter and ride bikes by repaving. There is also a person who parks his trailer on the street over where the water main burst and is just filled in with rocks and no curb. It would be best if he could park his trailer and truck on his own property and so that this repair/repaving can be done. Thank you for considering this project! The children in the cul-de-sac (and parents!) would very much appreciate the repaving update.

closed #169018

Potholes, Other Street Repair

3801-3999 S Indian Creek Dr, Bloomington, Indiana, 47403

Case Date:
6/18/2019

On Leonard Springs Road along the Woodland Springs Apts. and across from a large land for sale sign is a deep hole! I'm sure it isn't supposed to be a deep hole and I know it is a drain as water sat there in that area a lot. There are no bars across the top of the drain hole and any car that hits it is going to wreck badly. Please have someone take a look at it. Thanks

closed #168475

Potholes, Other Street Repair

2119 S Summerwood CT

Case Date:
5/10/2019

The Street Department came the first of the week and put down a beautiful new layer of street in my cul-de-sac (Summerwood Ct) but when it rained the water pooled on the side of the street as high as the curb. It was at least 5 inches deep at the curb and extended halfway across the street. Apparently there formerly was a storm sewer at that particular location, but it is no longer functioning which results in water, snow, ice accumulation at that point and the streegt will quickly deteriorate. Please help!