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Streetlight at 89 Columbia St

Park light in Coolidge Park is not working. (This is a different light than in the report just submitted.)
COMPLETED 4 months ago #23438
Streetlight at 89 Columbia St

Streetlight at 123 Brook St

The streetlight/electric pole at the SW corner of Billy Ward Park is leaning significantly. Not sure if it has been hit or damaged, but wanted to notify before it gets knocked down completely.
COMPLETED Pole is ok. - 4 months ago #23463
Streetlight at 123 Brook St

Streetlight at 89 Columbia St

Park light in Coolidge Park is not working.
COMPLETED 4 months ago #23437
Streetlight at 89 Columbia St

Streetlight at 904 W Roxbury Pkwy, Chestnut Hill

Car mirror appears to have hit streetlight. Chunk of concrete dislodged and on sidewalk next to lamppost.
ROUTED TO EVERSOURCE The request has been forwarded to DCR for repair. - 4 months ago #23387

Streetlight at 771 Boylston St, Chestnut Hill

Button does not activate walking light on the North side. Wire box is open.
COMPLETED 4 months ago #23286
Streetlight at 771 Boylston St, Chestnut Hill

Streetlight at 42.34 N 71.12 W

Walking from Washington square to Coolidge corner, none of the pedestrian hands were in sink withe the red/green lights.
COMPLETED 4 months ago #23088

Streetlight at 2–26 St Marys St, Boston

Pedestrian signal broken, shows "do not walk" when all directions vehicles have red
COMPLETED 4 months ago #23316

Streetlight at 1–9 Kent St

Pedestrian walk signal too short crossing Kent, there is a >40-second interval when there is no conflicting vehicle traffic but "do not walk"
COMPLETED 4 months ago #23317

Streetlight at 128–136 Mountfort St, Boston

Cross walk signal is damaged & facing wrong way on a very busy street
COMPLETED 4 months ago #23308
Streetlight at 128–136 Mountfort St, Boston

Streetlight at 72 Linden St Central Village

Streetlight is out.
COMPLETED 4 months ago #23372
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