|cave-in on Greenwood Avenue and E. 3rd Street|
When I noticed this cave-in at Greenwood Avenue and E. 3rd Street two weeks ago, I reported it to 311 Online. Today, I heard back from them that "The City inspected the condition you reported and asked the Department of Environmental Protection to address the issue." I guess a hole in the street has to wait its turn.
A cave-in is a hole that has a deep void. It's usually caused by a problem with the underground infrastructure. Some of the pavement falls into a deep empty space that doesn't have a solid bottom.
The Department of Transportation inspects cave-ins that are reported to 311. If they determine that it's a problem, they send their report to the Department of Environmental Protection or another utility to make a repair.
A quick resolution will be appreciated before the cave-in gets any bigger.
Today's report from 311 Online:
|SERVICE REQUEST #:||1-1-1292822601|
|08/15/2016 8:45:54 PM|
|INCIDENT ADDRESS:||GREENWOOD AVENUE AND EAST 3 STREET|
|The City inspected the condition you reported and asked the Department of Environmental Protection to address the issue.|
|08/29/2016 8:59:06 AM|
|Closed - No Further Updates|
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