Most people file their complaints with the city and move on. But some try to spur the city to action by bringing up other neighborhoods where the complainer is sure the city wouldn't need to be prodded. Some recent examples:
The residents who actually care about this neighborhood want action now. in all your care for Southie and East Boston and Downtown, how about some constructive attention to Dot?
"Condor Urban Wild" conservation land is a complete dump and has been for some time. Trash, broken glass, graffiti, weeds overgrowing, poorly maintained throughout etc... If this was some north end / south end park it would be in pristine shape but since its East Boston there's little to no work put into keeping it nice.
Why can't Parks REMOVE downed branches from open areas of Franklin Park. They'd never leave a branch like this anywhere else. Equity!
This construction staging ground has been a huge source of air and sound pollution. It needs to stop. You wouldn't get away with having this in the Back Bay for 3-4 years like you have here. People walking by getting face full of dirt. Slamming metal plates at 4AM.
Broken glass, construction/tree limb debris and new wood chips needed at Flaherty Playground. Love the swimming pool improvements, but I wish this playground - or any of them, really - got half the attention of the JP and WR ones.
JACK HAMMERING AT 12:30 IN THE MORNING!!???? $100 bucks this wouldn't go on in Beacon Hill!!!!! WTF!!!
Illegal parking ignored in southie Boston you don't see parking like this in any other Boston neighborhood. Why?