Wednesday, July 29, 2015

The trash goes into the cans, not next to them

An observant visitor to Columbia River Park submitted this photo of a bag of trash that was deposited next to the trash cans there. Trash is to be deposited into the cans, not next to them. Even so, this location is not a drop-off for one's household trash.

6 comments:

  1. the Boro ALREADY has an ordinance that allows them to FINE anyone who tears up the street within 5 or 10 years of it being repaved. for NOT using flowable back fill. doing any work without required permits. AGAIN they are ALREADY ON THE BOOKS...HOWEVER, THEY MUST BE ENFORCED! what a blatant waste of money. you can tell Norms back.

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  2. Oh trust me with the return of NORM,,,
    The specials,,,, will continue to have things their way

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  3. What does this post have anything to do with repairing streets and/or flowable fill????

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  4. Hopefully the use of the security cameras can identify the person responsible and provide a means of prosecution. Otherwise, just do the unfortuante old school dirty work and go thru the trash....these people are stupid, they undoubtedly is some piece of paper with identification/address within the bag. I did this for years at a local contruction dumpster.....when we figured out who the trash belonged to, I would bag it back up and re-deliver it to their front door.

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  5. Best guess it was some dirt bag coming off of their river cabin. Easy dump off.

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  6. Mmmm on no that couldnt be true?????
    Lol lol make those island dwellers park elsewhere!!!
    KP. MW. JUST A FEW!!!
    Glad the Boro have the land to the cottage owners ,,,
    NOT!!!!
    Personal agendas that now will cost the rest of the tax payers

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