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City of Bloomington, Indiana – John Hamilton, Mayor

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closed #180920

Parks & Rec Buildings

1020 S Woodlawn AVE

Case Date:
8/7/2022

Lifeguard on duty lacks much focus on swimmers in the pool. For example, she has been thoroughly engrossed in her water bottle for the last 15 minutes: taking off the lid, gazing inside it, drinking from it, gazing inside it again, staring at the lid, taking another drink, etc. Fortunately, most lifeguards at Bryan Park pool are very attentive to their safety responsibilities.

closed #180843

Parks & Playgrounds

1607 S Rogers ST

Case Date:
8/1/2022

This is supposed to be a city park built for parents to take their children to be kids and have fun. I took my niece to the park the other day and found pills in one of the tunnels, needles in the bathroom and on the play area, powder on the ground in the water area (which the drugged up homeless said their buddy spilt his meth there). Then I found out that they are allowed to camp there. There are plenty of places for them to sleep and leave their remnants that isn’t in the path of innocent children. You’ve been mayor since 2016 and you know the homeless has become a bigger problem every year. We can’t go to a park in Bloomington without someone drugged up and laying across the tables, walking around cussing and threatening anyone walking by. Homeless at every stoplight claiming to be veterans. The parks are the worse and I will make sure that everyone hears what is going on at the parks and our Mayor is allowing this to go on. My comments involve the parks, restroom, picnic areas, playgrounds and water areas.

closed #180467

Parks & Playgrounds

Case Date:
6/30/2022

The drainage issue near the water station is getting swampy in the big dog area. Removal of the plastic pools may help until the standing water can be renediated.

closed #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 #180394

Trails

245 W Grimes LN

Case Date:
6/22/2022

The grass on the city side of the ditch is waist high, last time this was cut the city threw a rock into the Storage Express window and I really don't want that to happen again. Can a crew get out to the ditch and trim it before we have another flood and the water has no where to go?!!!

closed #180380

Street Trees

715 W 13th ST

Case Date:
6/20/2022

Last year the City replaced a dead tree in the tree plot with a service berry. However, the service berry is now more than half dead, including the main trunk. Can you replace it with something else? The City did water it all last year so I don't know what happened. Thanks.

closed #180359

Parks & Playgrounds

Case Date:
6/18/2022

The water fountain on the west side of the park runs continuously and has for weeks since they turned it on. It needs to be fixed.

closed #180148

Parks & Playgrounds

3421 E Longview AVE

Case Date:
6/1/2022

Water fountain is not turned on, it had some teenager damage from last year, perhaps there is a work order in on it? I tried replying to your email last time, no go, and for some reason, I could not find a staff directory on the city's website.

closed #180145

Parks & Playgrounds

Case Date:
6/1/2022

Water fountain needs service, we get a lot of kids, runners and bikers stopping by.

closed #180108

Trails

4226 W Doyle AVE

Case Date:
5/30/2022

The pedestrian bridge over the creek {Early History Trail} RCA Park has a massive blockage of trees limbs etc. Heavy rain creates a massive pool of water the eventually releases down stream, affecting property down stream. Please remove. Thankyou