Welcome back to our weekly update that highlights some of the cases appearing on 311 in the North End/Waterfront neighborhoods. All 311 cases are public information and can be found at 311.boston.gov.
Overflowing Trash Can at De Filippo Playground
This 311 user says, “Full trash barrel in lower level of the North End Dog Park 02113.”
The original 311 post can be found here. The post was submitted and opened on Sunday, October 20, 2019 and was closed on Monday, October 21 with the following note, “Closed with status: Case Resolved. Barrels emptied.”
Protestors at Battery Wharf
This 311 users says, “Amazes me how the protesters can step up to a 70 year old woman’s car and make threats… and yet here they are again this morning, marching around doing whatever they please…. charges have been made but it will take a miracle for someone to finally stand up to them and say this is not right. Stand up to non-peaceful protests and protect the residents of the north end!”
The original 311 post can be found here. The post was submitted and opened October 21, 2019 and remains open as of October 22, 2019.
New Sign, Crosswalk or Marking at Intersection Of Causeway St & Lomasney Way
This 311 user writes “Type of request: Sign | Details: caller commutes each day from the North End and currently there is a “no right on red” sign on Lomansey Way here. She requests that this be changed to “Right on Red” so travellers can access Storrow Drive.”
The original 311 post can be found here. The original post was submitted on September 21, 2019 and was closed on October 21, 2019 with the following note: “Closed with status: Case Noted. Thank you for contacting the Boston Transportation Department. In a recent review we discovered that your request has been open for an unusual amount of time and we’d like to confirm that the issue you identified has been sufficiently addressed. If the issue remains a concern, kindly send a new request via the Boston 311 system and BTD will review. We appreciate your contribution and thank you for your attention to this matter.”
Remember, to report a claim with 311, you can call 311, go to the 311 website, tweet at 311, or download the app. What do you think about these 311 cases? Follow our “What’s The 311?” tag to see past week’s postings!
*Become a Patron (Rewards!)* or *Make a One-Time Contribution*
4 Replies to “What’s the 311? Battery Wharf Protestors, Right on Red at Causeway St. & Lomasney Way, Overflowing Trash at DeFilippo Playground”
I once sped up at some AT&T protesters who wanted too stop my car. I drove a standard shift back then, but the engine rev scattered them.
This is concerning behavior. It sounds like you should have your driver’s license revoked.
With all due respect to city Council Edwards, she really does not care about the residents of the North end. In fact, if you remember just a few weeks ago she came out and supported this protest. What does that say?
Stop the Protesters, I beg to differ with you. Lydia does care about the No. End Residents & is
entitled to her own opinion, just like the rest of the world. I am hoping & praying she is our next
Comments are closed.