Per Public Works, effective July 1, 2014 per the university all NCSU GoPass holders are required to show their ID in order to use the GoPass. The City of Raleigh website has been updated to reflect this new policy. Bus operators have been made aware of the new policy. CAT Operations staff was notified about the service and experience that your received. If you would like to contact us at 919-996-3942 we will be glad to follow through with you directly.
Zoning Inspectors have checked the areas in question for illegal signage. The areas are clear now.
Thanks for alerting us that was still open, closing it based on the post above.
This road is maintained by the North Carolina Department of Transportation. We have notified the District Engineer. NCDOT does not track See, Click, Fix inquiries. If you'd like to follow up on this issue with them, please contact Jason Holmes at (919) 733-4768 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Based on comment above, closed this one.
Closing this one based on the comment above.
We will ask them to check these areas as well.
Thanks for the information, closing this item.
We will alert Solid Waste Services and ask for a follow-up.
Per Raleigh Police, we have charged the driver in this case. We also alerted the manager again and he knows that we charged the driver and considered charging the manager. I hope this will solve this repeat issue.
Per Raleigh Police, the area has been checked, the vehicle has been removed.
Per Zoning, the signs at the corner of Spring Forest Rd. and Falls of Neuse Rd. have been picked up. There are no signs at the corner of Strickland Rd and Creedmoor Rd that are in the City of Raleigh’s jurisdiction. The bags of trash at both exits of I-540 and Creedmoor Rd are also not in the City of Raleigh’s jurisdiction, NCDOT has been alerted. If the bags are still there, please contact Jason Holmes at (919) 733-4768 or via email at email@example.com.
Per Zoning Inspector, I have spoken to the homeowners and there are no signs of any business operating at the residence, the commercial vehicles are the homeowners from before he retired, and there has been no front yard parking violation. Homeowner states that the only time the vehicle has ever been in the yard is if he was moving something in our out of the house. Thank you.
Per Zoning, the sign that was located in the Right-of-Way and in the Site Triangle blocking the view of motorists has been moved.
An inspection was conducted on 09/03/2014 at 12:30 pm at 121 Fayetteville Street. Upon arriving at the property I noticed small speakers mounted onto the façade of 121 Fayetteville Street. The tenant in this space has recently opened as Tasty 8’s. The music was barely audible and could not be heard until I actually came to the store front of Tasty 8’s. As stated in Raleigh Code Section 12-2118 “background music systems operated at a low amplification and not intended for entertainment shall not be deemed amplified entertainment”. In any case, if this was a noise violation, or if the premises were in violation for not having an outdoor amplification permit, it would have to be enforced by the Raleigh Police Department. If at anytime you think the music is too loud and may be considered a noise violation, please contact the non-emeregncy police number at 919-831-6311 and an officer will be sent to investigate.
Per Public Works, graffiti was removed on 8/19/14.
Per Public Works, this graffiti was removed on 8/13/14.
Per Public Works, the graffiti was removed on 8/21/14.
Per Public Works, the graffiti was removed on 9-4-14.
The Downtown District has spoken with the management of this business about this noise situation. Downtown District officers will continue to monitor this location for further issues.
Please contact the Downtown District Station at 919-996-3855 if you have further information in this matter.