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closed #186983

Potholes, Other Street Repair

904 N Woodlawn AVE

Case Date:
1/28/2024

Complex, long-standing problem: water pools and has nowhere to drain to on Woodlawn just north of 12th Street and up against the south side of the RR tracks. This isn't such an issue when the temperature is reasonable, but when it freezes it poses a sliding risk when the train is approaching. Major accident just waiting to happen.

closed #186982

Potholes, Other Street Repair

110 E 12th ST

Case Date:
1/28/2024

Maybe a complex problem, but there is often standing water (rain or shine, but especially when it's been raining) on the sidewalk and the street in the block just east of Walnut on the south side of 12th Street. .

closed #186890

Potholes, Other Street Repair

126 S Clark ST

Case Date:
1/25/2024

The asphalt on South Clark was recently repaired (I assume because of a recent water main break), and the new asphalt has sunk in somewhat. It's not clear that it's safe. This is on the street at the end of a driveway between 126 and 128 South Clark Street.

closed #179744

Potholes, Other Street Repair

625 W 7th ST

Case Date:
5/5/2022

Large hole in street that takes up most of the westbound lane ever since water main repair on March 23. It was filled with rock but is getting worse each day.

closed #176278

Potholes, Other Street Repair

517 E Kirkwood AVE

Case Date:
6/20/2021

the street storm drain behind the Von Lee building was clogged on Friday night and Saturday morning 6-18 to 6-19-21. This caused water to not flow into the drain and considerable damage to cars and property in the surrounding area. On Saturday morning at around 7:30am I was able to unclog the drain. At the time water was up to just below my knee which is about 20 inches. A car was abandon by the drain and later towed by a local towing company. My property which is 507 east Kirkwood Ave. sustained damage as well as the IU business lobby just east of the drain in the von lee building. This drain should be change to a more clog proof type. This has happened in the past and will in the future