[Fosc] Seen any place else that looks like this?

Granieri, Krista granierik at smccd.edu
Mon Jan 27 18:57:45 PST 2014

There must be an issue with that, because the street sweeper goes though my neighborhood and actively avoids the storm drain. They make a big swerve to avoid it, and the crud piles up unabated until I or a neighbor, clean it up. I've lived here eight years and this is how it's always been. Why? Does anyone know? I have always wondered about this.
From: fosc-bounces at lists.sausalcreek.org [fosc-bounces at lists.sausalcreek.org] On Behalf Of Karen Paulsell [kpaulsell at pacbell.net]
Sent: Monday, January 27, 2014 5:28 PM
To: fosc at lists.sausalcreek.org
Subject: [Fosc] Seen any place else that looks like this?

Check out the storm drain in this photo, another excellent example captured by Semper Viligans on SeeClickFix.  Public Works needs to send the street sweeper up this hill, and suck up all this debris before it totally clogs the storm drain, and costs 10x as much to fix. Will they?  Can they?

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the link: http://seeclickfix.com/issues/913501?poi_token=792a727c3d4cc5ba88c60370edba5a659bf1c5a0&utm_campaign=poi-notice-email&utm_content=issue-card-header&utm_medium=email&utm_source=poi-email&utm_term=issue-image

If you see something similar do report it!

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