|#||Date ||Priority Code (See KEY below)||COMMENTS, CONCERNS AND ISSUES||Any Updates or Milestones?||1||1/5/2021|
|Maintenance and Landscaping | trash, dead leaves are accumulating along the sides of the path (gutters)... | Reported?- no||2||1/5/2021||Maintenance and Landscaping | Brick pavers are missing by the W. Newton St. section and cold patch has been used to fill in the holes. This is very unsightly... | Reported?- No||3||1/4/2021||Maintenance and Landscaping | There is a long-time drainage problem in the area along the tracks along Lawndale Street. The water (and ice) make it hard for park users to walk, run, dog-walk, etc., along this pathway. ... | Reported?- Yes - via PMAC and DCR.|
5/21/2021 8:39:26 AM | | | As an interesting landscape and engineering question -- here is a link to an old map of the Stony Brook drainage area, showing perhaps a tributary stream into Stony Brook.
5/21/2021 8:22:38 AM | | | The park manager has asked that this drain cleaning be prioritized. Meanwhile, we are learning more about the causes of the drainage issue (slope, water-table-level) and recognize that it is more than a drain-cleaning issue. This area is widely used, but was not designed as a pathway and has some features that make the water/ice/mud a common issue. A thought to consider -- is a rain garden or other strategy feasible and worth considering? (NOTE: This is rated a "2" in the last criteria because while drain cleaning is a first step, other things like a rain garden could be considered.
1/8/2021 11:43:28 AM | | | There was discussion about this issue at the Jan. 5th 2021 PMAC meeting. DCR has a drain cleaning contractor who is stretched across multiple parks; DCR is aware of our concerns.
|4||1/3/2021||Maintenance and Landscaping | Johnson ball field has drainage issues.... | Reported?- PMAC meetings.|