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Watching issues created after: 2011-02-18

This is our Harbor Watch - The Schooner Quinnipiack ventures out in the sound each season from April through October.

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  • Forbes Ave New Haven, CT 00 - Annex

    Be very careful crossing the tracks on your bike. Go slow and cross perpendicular to the rails. Signage is desperately needed. See


  • Tomlinson Bridge New Haven ct - New Haven
    Cars are constantly blocking sidewalk.
  • Kimberly Avenue Bridge Between West Haven And New Haven - US Congressional District CT3
    The Kimberly Avenue Bridge connecting West Haven and New Haven is extremely dangerous and makes traveling between the cities by bicycle very difficult. The east-bound traffic heading for the I-95 on ramp treats the right lane as part of that ramp and routinely accelerates to 50+ mph. There is no shoulder, cars cut each other off to gain position, the lane is often littered with broken glass and in the winter, the sidewalk goes uncleared, forcing pedestrians into the road.
  • 200-298 Cove Place New Haven, Connecticut - East Shore
    hard to get to beach
  • speeding Archived
    Greenwich Avenue New Haven, CT 06511, USA - City Point
    Another accident last night, car going 60 mph or higher! Why don't the police hide on 4th street with a speed trap? The mayor would be able to pay for the christmas tree! Cars constanly racing from stop sign at 2nd to 5th, and vice versa - it's nice out and it will be a tragedy for a child to get hurt/killed!
  • Greenwich Ave & Howard Ave. New Haven, CT 06519 - City Point
    now that school is out, kids are constantly riding up and down
    howard and Greenwich on gocarts, dirt bikes, all-terrain vehicles, etc. The noise is deafening. Why is this allowed?
  • Cove Place (Cove Street New Haven, CT 06511, USA - East Shore
    The business located here cleans the beach every week and dumps the trash on the public right-of-way. Why isn't that illegal dumping on city property? it's disrespectful to the community
  • 40 Sargeant Drive New Haven, CT - Long Wharf

    the comments posted on most of the stories i've read are incredibly offensive on the registers articles. many do nothing to promote dialogue and only attempt to attack people. it is mostly anonymous and negative ranting. it is far from constructive.

    many online news sources require that comments are reviewed by a moderator before they are actually posted.

    does the register not believe that they are responsible for the way that commenters use their site?

  • 2-26 James St New Haven, CT 06513, USA - Fair Haven
    The playground surface covering in Criscuolo Park, which is meant to be a soft, absorbent material for the safety of children, is falling apart. It is in extremely poor condition, especially under the swings, slide, and other play equipment. It is becoming a hazard as children can trip, fall and potentially injure themselves on this unsteady surface. It should be repaired/replaced to ensure the safety of park visitors.
  • 2-598 East Shore Parkway New Haven, Connecticut - Annex
    Motiva terminal is a critical infrastructure as it serves as a supply point for trucks picking up gasoline and diesel fuel. Potholes on the road leading to the terminal are deep and wide, and pose a hazard to the trucks picking up fuel. These are heavy trucks carrying petroleum products, a hazardous material, and these potholes pose a safety risk to them. Pictured is one pothole out of perhaps a dozen, some four feet wide, and very deep, which is hard to see since they're filled with water. CEMA, representing the petroleum industry, is filing this report on behalf of Motiva.
  • 2 Waterfront St New Haven, CT 06512, USA - Annex
    Thick smoke appears to be coming from the ship docked at the oil refinery (or maybe the refinery itself) and blowing into New Haven. It seems to be intermittent but incredibly foul smelling.
  • South Water St And Sea Street New Haven, CT - City Point

    There has been excessive drug dealing on Sea Street and South Water St, (often done behind the Sound School buildings, dumpsters, etc.) Many residents have observed this on various nights and have called police with car descriptions (and eventually a license plate number, see the SeeClixFix issue entitled "NHPD Dispatch Refuse to Dispatch Officers" for more on this).
    On one night that an officer did respond, he told the resident that called it in that there is nothing he can do "unless the Sound School posts a 'No Trespassing' sign, since it is public property." I am told that the officer then left without getting out of his car.

    While I find this assertion hard to believe, I'd like to request that the city or the school posts appropriate "No Trespassing" signs so that the residents who live here might receive a better police response.