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Joy E Weeber

Rank: Civic Crusader Civic Points: 375
  • 2615 Fitzgerald Drive Raleigh North Carolina - South
    Tree at abandoned house blocking the light from a working street lamp that should illuminate Elm St and Euclid St. this dangerous corner. The underbrush is so thick that cars cannot see pedestrians and dogs being walked.
  • Pell St And N Bloodworth Raleigh, North Carolina - North Central
    the present curbcuts DO NOT acknowledge that a wheejchair user would be coming down the sidewalk towards the curb cut. The curbcut is ONLY designed for wheelchair users crossing the intersection straight on and therefore has a very dangerous slope for wheelers coming down the side walk from N Person. A new 12 to 1 slope could be installed by removing the next flat section of sidewalk on both sides of Pell prior to reaching the curb cut and a less dangerous slope would make the curbcut safe and in compliance with the ADA. And , YES I do use that route from N Person to N Bloodworth!
  • 530 N East St Raleigh, North Carolina - North Central
    No curb cuts across street intersection, force wheelchair users to go over sunken granite gutter stones and into speeding traffic coming out N Person!
  • W Corner Of 600 Blk Of Elm St & N Boundary Raleigh, NC - North Central
    There is a curbcut at the East St & Bouhndary end of this sidewalk, but there is not one at western corner of Elm * Boundary...forcing wheelchair users to go out into the street in order to get to the curbcut on the sidewalk towards Watauga St.
  • N Person St & E Jones St Raleigh, NC - Blount Corridor
    There is NO "category" above that addresses ADA compliance as a critical issue of civil rights and safety