There are 3 "DWP Water" caps in the street directly adjacent to the shifting concrete. The DWP has been digging up and replacing the same concrete for a very long time. At the very least, they should have some warning signs up on this very narrow segment of the street for unsuspecting drivers. If it shifts under my body weight, a big truck might cause damage not only to the concrete, but the water lines below. The DWP seems to be negligent here.
A few houses north, at 2508 Lake View Ave, the street is completely buckled with the number of times its been dug up and put back. Its crumbling horribly.
As far back as 2009 & 2011, there were promises of repaving & geotechnical studies & excuses by then City Councilmember (now Mayor) Eric Garcetti's staff. We've contacted City Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell's staff on today's conditions. We'll keep you posted.
See earlier posts:
Urgent Repairs Needed: Nov. 29, 2011
Needed Paving More Than 25 Years: Nov. 30, 2011
Hazard Repaired: Nov. 30, 2011