Updated Jun 10
Anyone know who owns this car. The alarm has been going for 9 hours now. Half a dozen people called the cops, but all they do is blast by with their lights on. Also, no sticker or street permit. Maybe a nice ticket would catch his attention.
From the Chicago Tribune:
"Using Gompers Lagoon on the city’s Northwest Side as an example, Cooper said the small path around the water currently had three stand-alone water fountains around a paved, circular path about a quarter-mile long. Currently, one of those three fountains falls in the group of 500 that do not have a problem with lead in the water. As of this weekend, it was being flushed; the two other fountains were turned off—and by Monday, had been removed.
Records show some fountains at Gompers Park registered lead levels of 75 and 50 ppb at testing."
There's a lot of traffic through the park; why not let the water run continuously to avoid the contamination?
Apr 11 2016
Updated May 14
Last fall the tree in our neighbor's parkway came crashing down in our yard during a storm. When we looked at the remaining stump we saw that it was dead and rotten straight through. The city removed the debris, but did not assist with our claim as the neighbor had never reported a tree problem to the city.
We have a similar tree on our own parkway that we have concerns about. Based on how it looked last fall, it isn't dead but it isn't terribly healthy either. Does anyone know how to go about getting the city to do a "wellness check" on a tree?