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This receptacle was serviced on 5/9. It was full of yard waste, junk mail and shipping envelopes from the next door neighbor. I talked to the refuse crew and they said it is like this every time they service the Park. We separated the trash from the yard waste and removed the trash. Yard waste cannot be disposed of with trash so it was left and was picked up by the crew Monday. Staff will continue to monitor and if this continues we will get RPD involved.

Issue Acknowledged
15.05.2014

Thanks for reporting. I have referred this to the City’s Housing and Environmental Inspections Division. When the inspectors have had a chance to investigate I will post an update.

Issue Acknowledged
15.05.2014

Thanks for reporting. I have referred this to the City’s Housing and Environmental Inspections Division. When the inspectors have had a chance to investigate I will post an update.

Issue Acknowledged
15.05.2014

I've referred this to our Public Works Department. When the staff has had a chance to respond I’ll post an update. Thanks for reporting.

Issue Acknowledged
15.05.2014

Thanks for reporting. I have referred this to the City’s Housing and Environmental Inspections Division. When the inspectors have had a chance to investigate I will post an update.

The City of Raleigh Public Works Department conducted a left turn study for the location of Chapanoke and Wilmington Street. This study included examining current traffic volumes, crash history, and performing field investigations.

There are two main reasons for installing protected left turn signals at an intersection; (1) to correct a crash problem and (2) to reduce delay. This intersection did not meet the guidelines from the Institute of Transportation Engineers’ most current edition of the Traffic Control Devices Handbook which are generally accepted by NCDOT.

Crash history shows that for the last 3 year study period from 2/01/2011 thru 2/01/2014 there have been four reported crashes at the intersection of Chapanoke and Wilmington Street, which might be considered correctable by the installation of left turn signals. The most recent twelve month study period shows there have been two reported crashes that the installation of a protected left turn signal may have addressed. This location does not meet the crash warrant criteria for consideration of a traffic signal, which are 4 or more crashes from the same approach in a recent 12 month study period.

Traffic volumes were studied and found that the intersection of Chapanoke and Wilmington Street did not meet the cross product threshold lower limit for the installation of protected left turn signals. Based on the traffic signal study, the Public Works Department can not recommend protected left turn signal be installed for this location at this time. However, The City of Raleigh will monitor this intersection and adjust current traffic signal timings, if needed, which may help resolve these issues.

Issue Acknowledged
15.05.2014

Thanks for reporting. I have referred this to the City’s Housing and Environmental Inspections Division. When the inspectors have had a chance to investigate I will post an update.

Per Public Works, we will add this to our list for our contractor to do this summer.

Issue Acknowledged
15.05.2014

Thanks for reporting. I have referred this to the City’s Housing and Environmental Inspections Division. When the inspectors have had a chance to investigate I will post an update.

Issue Acknowledged
15.05.2014

I've referred this to our Public Works Department. When the staff has had a chance to respond I’ll post an update. Thanks for reporting.

Issue Acknowledged
15.05.2014

I've referred this to our Public Works Department. When the staff has had a chance to respond I’ll post an update. Thanks for reporting.

Issue Acknowledged
15.05.2014

Thanks for reporting. I have referred this to the City’s Housing and Environmental Inspections Division. When the inspectors have had a chance to investigate I will post an update.

Issue Acknowledged
15.05.2014

Thanks for reporting. I have notified our Public Works Department and will update this issue when they have responded. You can also enter pothole or pavement repair requests directly using our online pothole inbox:

pothole@raleighnc.gov

We will follow-up with Solid Waste Services.

We will follow-up with Inspections.

Issue Closed
15.05.2014

We try to notify NCDOT of requests we receive, but to ensure your request is logged into their work order system, they suggest their online form be completed.

Issue Acknowledged
15.05.2014

Thanks for reporting. I have referred this to the City’s Housing and Environmental Inspections Division. When the inspectors have had a chance to investigate I will post an update.

Issue Closed
15.05.2014

We try to notify NCDOT of requests we receive, but to ensure your request is logged into their work order system, they suggest their online form be completed.

Issue Acknowledged
15.05.2014

Thanks for reporting. I have referred this to the City’s Housing and Environmental Inspections Division. When the inspectors have had a chance to investigate I will post an update.

Issue Acknowledged
15.05.2014

Thanks for reporting. I have referred this to the City’s Housing and Environmental Inspections Division. When the inspectors have had a chance to investigate I will post an update.