Reader Poll: How Did September Move Week Go?

The end of Labor Day weekend also marks the end of another busy September 1 move in the Boston area. Those of us who stuck around the North End / Waterfront the past few days saw the streets packed with new faces, moving trucks and trash piles. Hopefully, these pointers helped alleviate some of the stress for movers and residents.

So, did everyone make it through the weekend? Tell us how it went in the poll and add your comments below.

Note: Web polls are not scientific, representing only those readers who choose to vote.

6 Replies to “Reader Poll: How Did September Move Week Go?

  1. Got a ticket for someone else’s trash and Inspectional Services said ‘Oh, well. That happens. And you are responsible for the trash and the ticket.’

  2. Those residents that know the lease ends on Sept. 1 should start preparing ahead of time & start getting rid of
    their trash little by little each week. The absentee landlords could careless as to what is going on in the
    neighbohood & their tenants take on the same attitude. The City should step up to the plate & make sure
    all landlords do not allow their tenants to move in any buildings after 7 p.m. at night. These people
    moving in have no regard for those who have to get up for work at 5 a.m. People only get away with what
    you allow them to get away with. Plain & simple. Like it or not, these are the facts. Endicott St. resident
    that got the ticket that they didn’t deserve, fight it & call your city councillor & anyone else up City Hall
    who can help.

  3. Our North End streets and sidewalks are so filthy most of the time, its an issue I wish we could resolve better! —

  4. In my opinion the landlords should get tickets if their tenants leave trash on unscheduled days. Every single day someone leaves the trash/furniture/boxes on Salem street when they know the trash days are Mondays and Fridays.

  5. Tileston St. Resident, No truer words were ever Spoken. The Absentee Landlords are the biggest culprits and
    this is why our sidewalks & streets look like this. They look at their properties as Cash Cows with no regard
    whatsoever for those of us that live here. This is an old story & it doesn’t seem to have an ending yet.

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