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Re: Rats Jumping From Sinking Ship?
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Can at Mercer and Jersey Ave also removed about a month ago. Seems like most cans in the area, including VV Park, are overflowing more often than not. Would be nice to see our councilpersons address this...

Posted on: 2013/6/26 12:24
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Someone probably complained, and they probably removed the can -- problem solved, right? It's like a doctor shooting his patient in the face to cure an infection.

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There used to be a trash can at the corner of 8th and Manilla that's gone. What's up with that?

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There used to be a trash can at the corner of 8th and Manilla that's gone. What's up with that?

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Anyone else notice the slower trash pick-ups in city parks? Also 8th Street between Marin and Manila looks like a landfill. Have city workers gone AWOL?

Posted on: 2013/6/26 10:03
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