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Damaged Sign at 155 Newton St

bike lane bollard down and someone put it a tree. please replace these fragile things with concrete barriers
WORK ALREADY COMPLETED Work on this request has already been completed. - 9 days ago #SR-97926
Damaged Sign at 155 Newton St

Damaged Sign at 30 Gardner Rd

Detached sign
RECEIVED This request has been received by the Town of Brookline, MA - 12 days ago #SR-97858
Damaged Sign at 30 Gardner Rd

Damaged Sign at 59 Somerset Rd

No sign for Somerset Road at intersection of Somerset and Welland
RECEIVED This request has been received by the Town of Brookline, MA - 12 days ago #SR-97852

Damaged Sign at 543 Washington St

Part of a sign left sticking out of the ground, major trip /injury hazard on a street with lots of pedestrians
RECEIVED This request has been received by the Town of Brookline, MA - 12 days ago #SR-97848
Damaged Sign at 543 Washington St

Damaged Sign at 310 Woodland Rd, Chestnut Hill

Speed sign appears to be displaying an error code
WORK ALREADY COMPLETED Work on this request has already been completed. - 15 days ago #SR-97781

Damaged Sign at 84 High St, Brookline 02445

Broken crosswalk sign. Lying on the ground on sidewalk.
WORK ALREADY COMPLETED Work on this request has already been completed. - 15 days ago #SR-97742

Damaged Sign at 86 Greenough St

Leaning pole is unsafe for pedestrians
WORK ALREADY COMPLETED Work on this request has already been completed. - 15 days ago #SR-96773

Damaged Sign at 21 Whitney St, Chestnut Hill

Whitney/Meadowbrook street sign pole bent badly
WORK ALREADY COMPLETED Work on this request has already been completed. - 15 days ago #SR-97738
Damaged Sign at 21 Whitney St, Chestnut Hill

Damaged Sign at 86 Greenough St

Sign pole is bent making it difficult to walk on the sidewalk
NO WORK REQUIRED This request has been marked resolved by the Town of Brookline. this will be done tue 4/2 - 17 days ago #SR-96729

Damaged Sign at 205 Chestnut St

Stop sign needed for cars approaching Pender rotary on Chestnut St because they routinely do not yield or stop. Instead they just speed right into the rotary. Incredibly dangerous and unsafe.
NO WORK REQUIRED This request has been marked resolved by the Town of Brookline. Wil have l the transportation dept look into - 20 days ago #SR-97660
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