Park Slopers have noted a number of street re-pavings in the last week, some of which, according to neighborhood observers, didn’t quite seem in need of a new coat of tar. So how to figure out what’s going on? One way is to check out the city’s resurfacing schedule. If you want more detail on what your neighbors have been complaining about, see Everyblock.com’s new street conditions site. On the Park Slope page, for instance, it shows a failed street repair on Park Place: “Utility cut no longer level with the surrounding street surface. Utility cuts are usually square or rectangular in shape.” It’s like virtual neighborhood watch, for macadam.