Post Number: 4
|Posted on Friday, June 01, 2007 - 08:51 am: |
Trash and debris continues to be dumped at the dead-end intersection of Teel and Carraway, south of Lebanon.
In addition to the trash and debris, graffiti is now also appearing on the pavement as well as on the dead-end fencing. This area is an attractive nuisance that invites this type of illegal dumping because it is poorly lit at night and is not very well traveled because it is a dead end street.
Also of concern, this particular location is used by off road enthusiasts to access the green belt area to the east of Teel. Four wheel drive vehicles, motorcycles, ATV’s, etc are driven in this area all the time.
A map of the area I am referring to can be found at the URL below from Google Maps:
I have two questions:
1. Can the owner of the property to the east of Teel be asked by the City of Frisco to take responsibility for the use of their property and abate the nuisances described above?
2. If the owner has already been contacted by the City of Frisco, what are the next steps towards enforcement of the demand for the owner to abate the nuisances?
This situation has continued to deteriorate over the past year. We need action on behalf of the owner of that real estate to prevent the continued misuse of that property.
Thanks in advance for any assistance or comment.
Curt Balogh, Spec. Asst. to the City Mgr
Post Number: 402
|Posted on Friday, June 01, 2007 - 01:33 pm: |
Code Enforcement previously received nuisance complaints regarding this street location and adjacent property. The property owner abated violations when reported then installed gates to help deter trespassers from entering the property.
The Street Department is being ‘copied’ to request removal of graffiti markings on the street pavement. To discuss illumination (street lights) at the intersection, you may contact the Street Department at (972) 292-5800.
Environmental Services is being ‘copied’ to request installation of ‘No Dumping’ signage to deter illegal dumping and removal of debris located within the public right of way in the location provided. You may contact Environmental Services at (972) 292-5900.
Residents who observe illegal dumping ‘in progress’ may contact Police Dispatch at (972) 292-6010.
To report a code-related violation, contact Code Enforcement at (972) 292-5302 or via e-mail to email@example.com.