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City of Bloomington, Indiana – John Hamilton, Mayor

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closed #165128

Trash

106 W 6th ST

Case Date:
7/12/2018

Litter, water overflow, dumpster overflow in alley behind.

closed #125280

Unsafe Buildings

1210 S Walnut ST

Case Date:
3/14/2012

Gentleman said the owners of 1210 S Walnut are allowing a lady to live in a camper on their property. He said that she does not have water or restrooms and this is unsafe.

closed #125916

Excessive Growth

1310 S Woodlawn AVE

Case Date:
4/27/2012

5 gallon buckets w/water in yard, attracting mosquitoes, yard not mowed this year, grass at knee height

closed #125186

Trash

2400 E Boston RD

Case Date:
2/27/2012

Accumulation of trash and various items in a neglected water-filled swimming pool and surrounding pavement area.

closed #158373

Trash

4445 E Moores PIKE

Case Date:
3/6/2017

Resident at 4445 E. Moores Pike called to report neighbor's yard waste that piles up next to her property. It's a small pile of brush right now, but in the past has been very large and attracting wasp nests, etc. Neighbor places yard waste next to the old water pump station.

closed #155749

Potholes, Other Street Repair

620 E University ST

Case Date:
9/20/2013

He reported this as a storm sewer issue at first and Tony E. told him all we could do is build up the berm to help keep the water from running into his garage. Mr Mcconnaughy called me and said that's not what he wants. He says the street dept. keeps patching the asphalt in the alley and now it is too high and that causes the water to drain into his garage. He wants the asphalt lowered from University St to his garage (he said about 20') so the existing rock berm he already has will keep the water out of his garage. I told him I would refer this to Street Dept.

closed #134327

Potholes, Other Street Repair

620 E University ST

Case Date:
9/20/2013

Customer has a drainage problem Rain water running down the alley and going under his garage door.

closed #164501

Trash

823 W 7th ST

Case Date:
5/22/2018

Sent Monday, May 21: "I have been to your office to complain about the mess at 823 w. 7th street. The front porch is covered with trash that has been accumulating for 15-20 years. The back and side yards are overgrown and contain litter and receptacles that can fill with standing water. The property is a breeding ground for mosquitos, rats, and other pests. I and several neighbors believe it poses a risk to public health. Your enforcement officer took a look, but told me that nothing was ticketable. I respectfully disagree. While the overgrown vegetation is not “turf grass”, it is a menace and eyesore. The garbage on the porch attracts human as well as animal pests. It invites others to litter and dump on the property. Although I was at your office, I was not given a complaint form to sign. Nor was I able to submit a complaint on your website. (I don’t know why unless it was my iPad) I definitely want to file an official complaint and have it kept on record. I also ask you to reconsider and help us to clean up this blight on the neighborhood. Thank you."

closed #172885

Excessive Growth

911 N Maple ST

Case Date:
6/29/2020

Yard waste, claims "poison" being poured on the area where excessive growth. Concerned about "poison" getting into other yards, being near children and the safety of the water supply.