Case #47725

  • Other/Miscellaneous
  • 1806 N Peoria Ave
  • closed: Invalid
  • 2022-05-10
  • 2022-05-12
  • 2022-05-12

History

2022-05-10 Open

2022-05-10 Assignment

Utility pole on one side of driveway makes it impossible to enter or exit without hitting it. To get in to his driveway, caller-resident must pull 3-4ft in to neighbor's yard--these neighbors started putting wooden stakes in yard to stop this. The caller-resident eventually hit one of these stakes so the neighbors stopped putting them out but now they complain about caller-resident having to pull in to their yard to get in to their own driveway and are showing aggression to caller-resident. There is no parking on street. Caller-resident has spoken to Ameren about getting the Utility pole moved but they refused. Caller-resident is at a loss and asking for help from code enforcement and possibly zoning to figure out what can be done.

2022-05-11 Assignment

2022-05-11 Assignment

2022-05-12 Closed

Public Works inspected the location of the pole. Ameren has been contacted and has refused to relocate the pole. Due to the pole being on the Right of Way Ameren has the final say of where the pole is located.

Associated Issues

Details:

Utility pole on one side of driveway makes it impossible to enter or exit without hitting it. To get in to his driveway, caller-resident must pull 3-4ft in to neighbor's yard--these neighbors started putting wooden stakes in yard to stop this. The caller-resident eventually hit one of these stakes so the neighbors stopped putting them out but now they complain about caller-resident having to pull in to their yard to get in to their own driveway and are showing aggression to caller-resident. There is no parking on street. Caller-resident has spoken to Ameren about getting the Utility pole moved but they refused. Caller-resident is at a loss and asking for help from code enforcement and possibly zoning to figure out what can be done.

Additional Location Information

  • Peoria
  • IL