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7/18/2010 1:02 PM

Come on, folks.  We live in a pretty decent area.  Can't we throw our garbage in receptacles?   I see beer cans, newspapers, plastic bags, candy wrappers, empty cigarette cartons all over the streets and sidewalks.   Is it too difficult to throw them in a garbage can?   One day last week I saw a man throw an empty water bottle along the curb.  There was a garbage bin a few yards away.    Practically every block along Cross Bay Boulevard has one.  On the residential streets, can't you carry the refuse and wait untiul you get home or to a place that has a receptacle?  All it takes is a little work and care.

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