So Public Works thinks it can get all huffy and tell East Boston residents to shaddup and bitch to their slobby neighbors rather than trying to get the city to do something? Think again. An outraged citizen complains about slobby neighbors on Marion Street:
Any chance owner can be sited for unsanitary conditions outside the house? No one cleans up anything around here. And don't give me a hard time for posting this complaint, as should I be a Beacon Hill resident, no one would think twice about sending in a complaint! I clean up a outside my house and nearby tree pits, but I am not responsible for the whole neighborhood. Is there a way to make building owners/absentee landlords more responsible for the conditions outside their property?