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What’s the 311? Rodent Sighting on Commercial St. & Lewis St., SUV Blocking Hydrant, Broken Sidewalk on Salem St. & Prince St.

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.

Rodent Sighting at Commercial Street & Lewis St

This 311 user writes, “Rat tracks in the snow- cars damaged by many rodents in this area-health hazard- please exterminate.”

The original 311 post can be found here. The post was submitted and opened on January 19,2020 and remains open as of January 21, 2020.

Illegal Parking at 341 343 Hanover St

This 311 user says, “Black infiniti SUV parked in front of fire hydrant. Total disregard towards allowing access to fire hydrant. The north end neighborhood needs more patrolling to reduce illegal parking which is an issue. Suv completely blocking hydrant.”

The original 311 post can be found here. The post was submitted and opened on January 20,2020 and remains open as of January 21, 2020.

Broken Sidewalk at Salem St & Prince St

This 311 user writes, “The yellow pads at the corner of Salem and Cooper both have holes in them as well as the pad at Prince and No. Margin.”

The original 311 post can be found here. The post was submitted and opened on January 15, 2020 and remains open as of January 21, 2020.

Remember, to report a claim with 311, you can call 311, go to the 311 websitetweet 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!

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5 Replies to “What’s the 311? Rodent Sighting on Commercial St. & Lewis St., SUV Blocking Hydrant, Broken Sidewalk on Salem St. & Prince St.

  1. I think we ALL know, if they are rat tracks, that is a never ending issue that will never ever end, ever. Not the way the garbage is put out in the N.E. Garbage spilling out of the bags, overflowing city barrels, food discarded By outsiders and temporary residents. It’s a shame, but you’ll never see resident barrels in the N.E. There is no room for them on the sidewalks. And those older Italians who use to keep the front of their houses clean are sadly gone long ago.

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