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What’s the 311? Tree Request on Copp’s Hill, Commercial St. Light Out, Dead Animal on Library Roof

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.

New Tree Requests at Intersection Of Copp’s Hill Ter & Commercial St

This 311 user writes, “Our North End Girl Scout troop would like some trees here. One of our Girl Scouts lives next to this park. We would like – a American elm – and a ginkgo – and a black Tupelo – but any trees would be appreciated.”

The original 311 post can be found here. The post was submitted and opened on Monday, January 27 and remains open as of Tuesday, January 28.

Street Lights at 500 Commercial Street North End

This 311 user writes, “There is a pendant-style street light out directly across from 500 Commercial Street in the North End. Thanks.”

The original 311 post can be found here. The post was submitted and opened on Sunday, January 26 and remains open as of January 28.

Dead Animal Pick-up at 25 Parmenter St

This 311 user says, “Dead animal on roof of North End Library.”

The original 311 post can be found here. The original post was submitted and opened on Saturday, January 25 and remains open as of January 28.

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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4 Replies to “What’s the 311? Tree Request on Copp’s Hill, Commercial St. Light Out, Dead Animal on Library Roof

  1. Very sweet request from the Girl Scouts. Slye Park is bare since 2 or perhaps 3 large trees were lost.
    Let’s hope City Hall responds.

  2. I’ve made a bunch of tree requests through 311 and a page on the City website. Never heard anything back. Hopefully they are responsive to the Girl Scouts. But we’ve never had a tree that’s been lost replaced… Am I wrong? I also wonder if statistics exist on how many 311 requests go unanswered.

    1. Maybe they can sell some cookies and finance trees. Any one loose a cat? Go to the North End Library and pick it up.

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