Why did State Representative Kelly Cassidy comment on The Case Of The Missing Driveway? The only logical answer is that she lives close by. Actually she lives next door.
Day in and day out motorists block the driveway of 7632 N Ashland with no response or action from Ms. Cassidy. Would that be the case if Joe Moore lived next door?
Kelly Cassidy's solution to the trash disposal situation was not to make sure that the driveway was free and clear. Her answer was to call Streets and Sanitation to have the garbage can removed. Since then a couple more garbage cans have been placed there by this writer. The garbage cans keep disappearing.
Update - 2-28-14 10:25 am - This problem was discussed with Wayne Frasier at the alderman's office.
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This writer knocked on the door of the State Representative to see why this lawless car was allowed to block a hundred year old driveway.
The house sitter answered the door and said that he would let her know about the situation when she got home the next day.
A car with no identification is blocking the State Representative's neighbor's driveway unquestioned. Does this make you feel safe? Shouldn't Jarvis and Ashland be benefitting from extra attention when a politician of this stature moves in?
Can anyone imagine this happening in our neighboring city to the north; Evanston, Illinois?
911 was called. Ward 49 and Streets and Sans will be called as well. The fight to have trash service for 7632 N Ashland will continue. After all littering of the adjacent area doesn't stop just because someone moved out.